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N E W S  &  E V E N T S​

Free Concert

Saturday 22 June

11.00 am

Salisbury Market Square

Salisbury Chamber Chorus at Salisbury Market Square

Simon McEnery director

John Cuthbert piano
 

As Salisbury emerged from lockdown ... see more

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Saturday 29 June 

7.30 pm

The Medieval Hall

Salisbury SP1 2EY

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A Festival Of Operetta

Simon McEnery conductor

John Cuthbert piano

This must surely have a good chance of being the most entertaining concert you’ll hear... see more

Tickets £15 from ticketsource.co.uk,

or on the door, under-18s free

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A Festival Of Operetta

Simon McEnery director

John Cuthbert piano

Saturday 29 June 

7.30 pm

The Medieval Hall

Salisbury SP1 2EY

Tickets £15 from ticketsource.co.uk, or on the door (under-18s free)

This must surely have a good chance of being the most entertaining concert you’ll hear in this
summer’s Salisbury concert season. Salisbury Chamber Chorus brings its inimitable style to this
frothiest of classical forms, with selections from favourite composers Johann Strauss II,
Offenbach, Gilbert and Sullivan, and Lehár, celebrated shows like The Merry Widow, The
Mikado, Orpheus in the Underworld, and The Student Prince. There’s even a brief detour into
the world of Zarzuela, Spain’s homegrown version of operetta.


The concert will be sung in English, and the solos taken by members of the Chorus who,
between them, have ratcheted up many successful stage performances with a range of opera
companies, as well as awards.


This festival of masked balls, romantic waltzes, drunken reprobates, and defiant lovers takes
place in the perfect surroundings of the Medieval Hall, and is one concert not to be missed.
There is only one performance and a limited number of tickets, so early booking is
recommended.

Salisbury Chamber Chorus at

Salisbury Market Square

Simon McEnery director

John Cuthbert piano
 

Saturday 22 June

11.00 am

Salisbury Market Square

 

Free Concert

As Salisbury emerged from lockdown, choirs were thrilled to be able to perform again, and audiences to hear them. One of Salisbury Chamber Chorus’s most memorable  performances of the last few years was its concert in the Market Square, when only singing outside was allowed.They gathered quite a crowd (around 200), and apparently could be heard as far away as the Cathedral Close.Now they are returning for another visit with a mixed bag of their current repertoire - Johann Strauss, Offenbach, Wagner, Fauré, Haydn and Handel. All welcome - bring a garden chair, grab a coffee (or bring a bottle!), and settle in.

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