Tuesday, 25 March 2014


St. Edmund's Choir presents

Something for Everyone

an evening of religious, popular, operatic and show music

7:30pm, Friday 23rd May

St. George's Hall Concert Room, William Brown Street

Tickets £10 (plus booking fee)


St. Edmund's Choir returns to St. George's Hall after a spectacular Christmas Concert. Something for Everyone includes music from many different genres from Operetta to The Beatles to John Rutter, and includes pieces such as Skyfall and Verdi's Hebrew Slaves Chorus. 

As always, the Choir will be under the baton of Musical Director, Martin O'Boyle, who recently became an Associate for the London College of Music, and they will be accompanied by Ann Dickinson MBE. 

Joining the Choir will be former Phantom of the Opera Roy Weissensteiner, who wowed audiences at our Songs from the Silver Screen concert performing Music of the Night and Crosby's very own soprano, Kendal Bradshaw, who will graduate in Opera this year from Birmingham Conservatoire.

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