The choir’s second spring concert will see the singers return to St Columba’s Church in Halifax.
It will be two years since Chordiality last appeared at the church, but a warm reception and a large audience is expected.
The church opened in 1934 and was originally dedicated to St Columcille. The name was later changed to the more common form of the saint’s name.
Built in Haworth stone with a Welsh slate roof, St Columba’s offers a beautiful acoustic guaranteed to bring out the best in the choir’s new 2024 repertoire.
To hear Chordiality in Halifax, reserve your seats now via email at email@example.com or through a member of the choir.