Come and Sing: Beethoven's Mass in C - One-Day Workshop

Saturday 6th April 2019 - Beethoven's Mass in C

Worcester (venue tbc) 9:30am - 5:00pm

Calling all singers!

Join hosts Worcester Festival Choral Society and friends for our next exhilarating 'Come and Sing' one-day choral workshop in Worcester, on Saturday 6th April 2019. A chance to learn and enjoy the choruses from another choral classic: Beethoven's Mass in C. 

You’ll be joining around 150 singers of all kinds to either experience this work for the first time, or to brush up on a favourite choral gem. You don't have to be in a choir or have choral experience, but an ability to read music will enable you to get the most from the day. 

The ticket price of £20 for adults and £10 for full time students will include loan of a music score for the day, and free tea and coffee. You might also be tempted by our home-made cake or delicious packed lunches ... or eat at one of Worcester's many cafes nearby.

The venue is to be confirmed, but will be close to Worcester Cathedral, within a moment's walk of the lovely City centre.

Registration will be from 9:30am, with singing starting from 10.15am. The day concludes at around 4.45pm after an informal performance (which family and friends can attend free of charge) at the same venue.  

Watch this page for more details about the day, to be announced in early 2019! 


Photos taken at our April 2018 Come and Sing workshop,Verdi's Requiem - with conductor Piers Maxim:


Photos taken at our April 2017 Come and Sing workshop, Elgar's Dream of Gerontius - with conductor Christopher Allsop:


Photos taken at our April 2016 Come and Sing workshop, Mendelssohn's Elijah - with conductor Peter Nardone:


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