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Cheltenham Bach Choir performs with guests including HRH the Princess Royal

PUBLISHED: 14:37 23 November 2016 | UPDATED: 14:38 23 November 2016

HRH the Princess Royal greets guests (pictures by Glenn Parker)

HRH the Princess Royal greets guests (pictures by Glenn Parker)

Glenn Parker

Cheltenham Bach Choir gave a dazzling performance of Handel’s Dixit Dominus and Mozart’s Requiem on Sunday 20th November at Cheltenham’s grand Town Hall

The concert The concert

Cheltenham Bach Choir gave a dazzling performance of Handel’s Dixit Dominus and Mozart’s Requiem on Sunday 20th November at Cheltenham’s grand Town Hall. Audience members included Her Royal Highness the Princess Royal, who is patron for the choir. The concert was held as part of the 70th Anniversary Season celebrations and was conducted by David Crown with exhilarating solo performances from Kate Wolveridge, Llio Evans, John Savournin and Robin Bailey.

www.cheltenhambachchoir.org.uk

Soloists Kate Wolveridge, Llio Evans, John Savournin and Robin Bailey with conductor David Crown Soloists Kate Wolveridge, Llio Evans, John Savournin and Robin Bailey with conductor David Crown

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