Book tickets now for the June concerts

Chordiality will be travelling far and wide for their two June concerts.  Supporters can hear the singers at venues in Clifford, North Yorkshire, and Halifax, West Yorkshire. 

At each concert, a retiring collection will be held for the Bradford Metropolitan Food Bank, the choir’s current adopted charity, whose volunteers work tirelessly to help the many vulnerable people in Bradford.

Rehearsals have been going well as the singers put the finishing touches to a brand-new programme for 2024.

With music for all tastes, Chordiality will hit the heights with tour-de-force performances of Haydn’s Te Deum and Carl Orff’s O Fortuna from his famous cantata Carmina Burana.  No high or low will be missed and choral dexterity will abound.

Vocal beauty to sublime settings has become Chordiality’s signature. This beauty will shine forth in Eric Whitacre’s Covid inspired composition Sing Gently, Ola Gjeilo’s The Rose, taken from Christina Rossetti’s poem of the same name, and American Baptist minister Robert Lowery’s famous How Can I Keep From Singing, written in 1868 and based on the words of Psalm 96.  Chordiality will be singing an arrangement by Russell Robinson.

The choir will also be offering a taster for their Bradford Cathedral 2025 Gala Concert and will perform the Libera Me from Fauré’s famous Requiem in D minor before launching into a bit of 80s rock, folksong and gospel.  On the blocks will be Toto’s Africa (arranged by Roger Emerson), John Farnham’s You’re The Voice (arranged by Timothy Allen) and The Rhythm of Life from 60s musical Sweet Charity.

The singers will be raising the roof with one of the top ten gospel songs of all time, Richard Smallwood’s Total Praise, before whisking their audiences off to Cornwall, because there’s Nothing Like Pilchards For Saving The Soul.

Hear Chordiality in June…

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