The one-hour concert is on Sunday 24 September at 2.30pm
— On the back of a triumphant 30th anniversary concert at Bradford Cathedral in July, Chordiality have now been busy preparing for their next performance at the Cliffe Castle Museum in Keighley (Spring Gardens Lane, Keighley BD20 6LH) later this month.
Admission to this concert is free for all who attend and the choir will be joined on the day by guest artists, wind and saxophone quartet, Notability.
At the Cathedral concert in July, when Chordiality performed with the National Festival Orchestra Strings, a collection on the night raised £500 for the Bradford Baby Bank, the choir’s current adopted charity.
The Baby Bank supports vulnerable families across the Bradford area by helping the frontline services that witness the ever-present difficulties faced by new parents who are struggling at the current time.
On a daily basis, the charity is approached to help young families by supplying such items as baby clothes, cots, mattresses, fire guards, soft toys as well as essentials like nappies, toiletries and baby milk.
The Baby Bank will benefit again from a retiring collection at the Cliffe Castle concert, where singers and musicians will put on a free one-hour show in the Museum’s art gallery, the Bracewell Smith Hall – entry into Cliffe Castle is also free and parking is available.
The concert programme will comprise a selection of well-known choral classics and contemporary showstoppers with highlights including Handel’s Hallelujah Chorus and a fantastic finale medley from Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom Of The Opera.
For further information, email Chordiality on email@example.com or contact a member of the choir.