|Media||Sound bites||Photo Gallery||Contact us|
All our concerts start at 7.30pm and take place in St James's Parish Church, Church Street, Wetherby (by kind permission of the Priest-in-charge).
They will be conducted by John Dunford with Wetherby Pro Musica Orchestra.
17 November 2018
Karl Jenkins: The Armed Man
Howard Goodall: Eternal Light
A concert to commemorate the ending of the
First World War in November 1918.
Natasha Hendirckse-Welsh (Soprano)
Claire Filer (Mezzo Soprano)
Stephen Newlove (Tenor)
Fabian Langguth (Baritone)
15 December 2018
An essential part of the seasonal festivities.
Alexis Cooling (Soprano)
Claire Filer (Alto)
Matthew Palfreyman (Tenor)
Jack Holton (Bass)
13 April 2019
J S Bach: St John Passion
J.S. Bach’s telling of the trial and crucifixion
of Jesus Christ as given in the Gospel of St John
(Johannes-Passion, BWV 245). This dramatic setting
of the Gospel account and consequent spiritual responses
uses orchestra, four-part choir and six soloists.
Lottie Greenhow (Soprano)
Clare Filer (Alto)
Robert Johnston (Tenor)
Harry Bagnell (Tenor)
Edward Seymour (Bass)
22 June 2019
Haydn: The Creation
Joseph Haydn’s devout, celebratory Age-of-Enlightenment oratorio.
Natasha Agarwal (Soprano)
Austin Gunn (Tenor)
John Savournin (Bass)
Wetherby concert tickets for our 2018/19 season are £16 each (£17 for Messiah at Christmas), but free to those aged under 18.
Other ticket sources are Choral Society members, and usually at the church on the evening of the concert - unless they have sold out beforehand, of course.