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Well hello there everybody! How are we all feeling in the run-up to Christmas? Keeping those cold and flu bugs at bay?? I’m trying my best, too!

So today I’ll be double-checking all the dots before our rehearsal tomorrow at, surely, one of the most glorious live music venues in the world – The Royal Albert Hall. We are so lucky to have a venue such as this in our capital City and it makes me brim with pride even when I walk past it!

We’ll be performing tomorrow with our good friend John Rutter as part of his Christmas Celebrations with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. The crowds will be treated to organ playing by Andrew Lucas and singing from The Bach Choir, and us, of course! There’s a matinee show, which starts at 3pm and then an evening slot too, which kicks off at 7:30pm. Keep an eye on all our social platforms for pics of our special day. We’ll be in Manchester doing the same concert on 11th in Bridgewater Hall as well, in case that’s any more convenient for you. PS Two compulsory things if you do come along – Christmas jumpers and singing along to the carols! Looking forward to seeing as many of you there as possible.

 

Toodle-oo for now….

 
 
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