Saturday 20th June at 7.30pm, Colston Hall, Bristol
A concert with 200 singers and professional symphony orchestra celebrating the young and those who are young of heart. City of Bristol Choir is joined by Exultate Singers, Bristol Youth Choir, choristers from Westbury-on-Trym Parish Church Choir and the Bristol Ensemble.
Marking his 70th birthday, the celebrated composer John Rutter conducts his Mass of the Children, in which traditional texts are interspersed with settings of poems celebrating youth and life. The choirs and orchestra will also perform Jonathan Dove’s There was a child, a work which celebrates a life filled with vitality, energy and spirit. Singing the roles of Mother and Son are soprano Erica Eloff and the international star tenor Toby Spence. The concert is in aid of Wallace and Gromit’s Grand Appeal for Bristol Children’s Hospital.
Tickets are £40 / £30 / £20, with tickets for under 18s priced at £10 available online from City of Bristol Choir or from Colston Hall box office (with booking fee) by phone on 0844 887 1500, online or from the Colston Hall box office in person. The box office is open for personal callers from Monday to Saturday from 10am to 6pm