Evening of choral music
Name of event: KEMS Choir and Orchestra concert. Where / when is it?: Saturday, November 7, St Michael’s Church, Macclesfield. What does it involve?: Three stunning works to launch the new season: A modern work inspired by the Boxing Day Tsunami, which is a dramatic piece for choir and orchestra. This is a work that makes people sit up and listen. One of Rutter’s most ambitious works for choir and orchestra: exalted, devotional and jubilant. can be assured that regular reviews and audits of the service will be carried out.
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A wonderfully effective orchestral depiction of London at the turn of the 20th century. Who is it suitable for?: All those that enjoy choral and symphonic music. Any other information?: Tickets cost £10 adults, £2.50 for under-18s. They are available from Margin Music, Macclesfield visitor centre information centre, by phone on 01625 430174, online at www.kems.org.uk, or at the door on the night. For more information?: Visit the KEMS website at www.kems.org.uk. NHS Trust, which runs the hospitals in Macclesfield, Congleton and Knutsford, and other providers of social care, mental health and cancer services across Cheshire.
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