I first had the pleasure (or honour?) of conducting Bach’s larger Passion work back in 2017, and will revisit it, this time with Wellington Choral Society and the Wellington Sinfonia, on 30th March 2019.
About the performance
Saturday 30th March 2019 at 7pm
St John’s Church, Wellington
Musical Director: Laurence Blyth
Evangelist: Nicholas Hawker (tenor)
Jesus: Tim Mirfin (bass)
Soloists: Emily Griffiths (soprano), Sebastian Field (countertenor)
Michael Gormley (tenor), Matthew Cann (bass), David McKee (bass)
PLEASE NOTE THE EARLY START TO THE CONCERT. (Doors open at 6.15pm)
Wellington Choral Society: an unauditioned choir in Somerset
The Society’s roots are in the nineteenth century with the Wellington Harmonic Society, which was established in 1871 by William Manley and continued until the 1930s. After a short break in activities it was reformed in 1940 as the Wellington Choral Society.
It is a friendly and welcoming choir incorporating a wide range of age and abilities. Membership is open to everyone with an interest in choral singing.