Yorkshire Philharmonic Choir

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Handel’s ‘Messiah’ is probably the most famous piece of choral music ever written and is sung all over the world, usually in the build up to Christmas.
The Yorkshire Philharmonic Choir will be giving a performance of this great work on Saturday 28 November, 7.00pm, in the fine surroundings of Dewsbury Town Hall.  

‘Messiah’ tells the story of Jesus starting with the Old Testament Prophesies, moving through his birth, life, passion, death, resurrection and concludes looking toward the glory of his return. 

If you have never experienced ‘Messiah’ or maybe it is a long time since you did, this is your chance to do so and a performance on the eve of the start of Advent is the ideal time.

The choir has tickets for the centre stalls at £15 (£14 seniors), if you would like one please see Derek Howell in the next 2 weeks, as any unsold tickets must go back to the box office after that. Alternatively buy online at www.yorksphilchoir.co.uk or ring 01924 364862.

There are other priced tickets ranging from £9 – £22 for different areas, these are available directly from the Kirklees Box office on one of the following numbers 01484 223200/222444/324501.
The Town Hall is in the centre of Dewsbury and there is ample parking nearby.

Advanced Notice – The Choir’s popular Annual Christmas Concert will be held in Unity Hall, Wakefield on Saturday 19 December at 7.00pm. This is usually a sell out and tickets are already going quickly. To get your ticket (£16, £15 seniors, £5 under 16’s) ring 01924 364862 or go online at www.yorksphilchoir.co.uk 
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