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Get tuned up for Messiah

PUBLISHED: 18:16 19 March 2008 | UPDATED: 10:27 12 July 2010

THERE'S a chance over Easter to sing Handel's Messiah with the Pulham Orchestra.

Anyone is welcome who enjoys singing, accompanied by a live orchestra, or has always wanted to try.

THERE'S a chance over Easter to sing Handel's Messiah with the Pulham Orchestra.

Anyone is welcome who enjoys singing, accompanied by a live orchestra, or has always wanted to try. The performance will take place on Saturday at the Emmanuel Church, Bungay.

Just turn up for the rehearsal at the church at 3pm. The performance will feature selected items from Part 1, plus Parts 2 and 3. Participation is £7 per person, payable on the day.

Soloists are Judy Ball, soprano, Ann Moore, alto, Peter Leonard, tenor, and Alan Weyman, bass.

There will be a refreshment break between the rehearsal and the performance. Drinks will be provided but take your own food. The performance will take place at 6pm, and audience admission is £5.

The Pulham Orchestra celebrates its 25th anniversary this year.


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