Be Merry!
Carols for All
Saturday 4 December 2021 at 4.00pm
 
 
  Date:  Saturday 4 December 2021
  Time: 4.00pm
  Venue:  The Old Savoy, Northampton, NN1 4AE
 
Tickets:  TBA   (subject to COVID-19 restrictions being lifted)
    Tickets will be available to purchase online using a Credit/Debit card.
  Ticket Information: For more information about seating at our principle venue and obtaining tickets, please see our ticket information page.

Additional Information:
The Cripps Theatre is wheelchair accessible and there is a toilet suitable for all mobility needs. There is a car park opposite the theatre, however, please allow sufficient time to park your car.

If you have any other queries regarding the concert please contact us.
  Disclaimer: We endeavour to supply full and accurate information but cannot be held responsible for changed circumstances which may necessitate the substitution of artists or changes to the programme.
 
Previous Concert
 
   
The Northampton Bach Choir are delighted to extend a welcome to Adele Hudson and Rushden Town Band for their second concert together, following their critically-acclaimed performance of Berlioz’s Grande Messe des Morts in June 2019.



The programme title, Be Merry! Carols for All, stems from the superb carol written by our former Musical Director (1971-74), Sir Stephen Cleobury CBE who passed away in November 2019. This carol will be included in the concert, alongside a carol arrangement dedicated by Sir Stephen to the Northampton Bach Choir. Four of the choir’s hallmark carols (from the pens of John Gardner, Christopher Tambling, and Malcolm Tyler) will be heard for the first time in arrangements for choir and brass band, alongside a number of your favourite Willcocks arrangements with the added pizazz of brass!



The programme will include works for brass band, for choir and brass band, and also for audience, choir and brass band together. Expect to be entertained!

Programme:

Northampton Bach Choir
Conductor - Lee Dunleavy

Rushden Town Band
Conductor - Adele Hudson