Join us at Cliffe Castle Museum for a FREE music performance, which will take place from 2pm on Sunday 24 March 2019.
Established in 1856, Bradford Festival Choral Society is one of the oldest and most exciting choirs in the North of England. Performing at least four concerts per year, they have a fascinating past and a vibrant future. Throughout the society's illustrious past they have worked with outstanding musicians of the day including conductors Edward Elgar, Charles Parry, Charles Halle, Malcolm Sargent, David Willcocks, Richard Hickox and Peter Maxwell Davies as well as composer John Rutter. Their soloists have included such legends as Kathleen Ferrier and Peter Pears.
Admission is free and there is no need to book, you can just turn up and enjoy.
Seating is limited and we do advise that you arrive early to ensure a seat if you require one. You can also enjoy the music from the balcony area of the Bracewell Smith Hall, however that is standing space only.
Donation boxes can be found throughout the museum and donations are always welcomed and appreciated.