Spring concert – Friday 29 March 2019
Elijah is Mendelssohn’s intensely dramatic telling of the biblical tale of the prophet. First performed in Birmingham in 1846 it’s a firm favourite in the choral repertoire.
The work is justly popular. It has good tunes and beautiful harmonies, and the story it tells is highly dramatic. Elijah’s extraordinary life included a famine, a battle with priests of the god Baal, a miracle healing, a vengeful queen, a howling mob, an earthquake, much fire, and a manifestation of God as a ‘still, small voice’. We’ll be joined by a full orchestra. An exciting evening!
When: Friday 29 March at 7.30pm
Tickets on the door £12/£10 (children free)
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