Royston and District Choral Society concert this weekend

PUBLISHED: 13:18 27 June 2018 | UPDATED: 13:22 27 June 2018

Royston and District Choral Society. Picture: Jenny Leitch

Royston and District Choral Society. Picture: Jenny Leitch

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Royston and District Choral Society’s next concert is to take place in Barkway this weekend.

The concert features A Sprig of Thyme, a medley of English folk songs arranged by John Rutter.

There will also be Vaughan Williams’ tribute to Sir Henry Wood – Serenade to Music – and gospel choruses arranged by Ken Burton, familiar to BBC Songs of Praise viewers.

A spokeswoman said: “Join us in beautiful Barkway for a wander down a rustic memory lane, or to discover these melodies for the first time.”

It’s on Saturday at Bakway’s parish church at 7.30 pm. Tickets are £12 – or £9 for concessions, and £1 for school students – and are available from choir members, online at https://bit.ly/RCSJun2018, on the door or from Caroline Franks on 01920 822723.

The next open rehearsal for the choir is on Tuesday, September 11, at 7.45pm in Royston’s parish church – where visitors will not be asked to sing on their own.

For more information about Royston Choral Society contact chair Huw Jenkins on chair@roystonchoralsoc.org.uk or 07855 311192.

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