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Enjoy parts of Haydn's Creation

PUBLISHED: 10:14 29 May 2008 | UPDATED: 14:33 14 July 2010

TURN up and sing, or just go along and enjoy, when a performance of selected parts of Haydn's Creation is performed on Sunday.

Historic Kimberley Hall is again the setting for an open performance of a choral music classic by an enthusiastic gathering of volunteers from across the area.

TURN up and sing, or just go along and enjoy, when a performance of selected parts of Haydn's Creation is performed on Sunday.

Historic Kimberley Hall is again the setting for an open performance of a choral music classic by an enthusiastic gathering of volunteers from across the area.

Conductor of the unrehearsed performance will be David Storey, and there will be local soloists as well as accompaniment from a string quartet, organ and harpsichord.

Anyone interested in taking part can just turn up at the hall at 5.30pm ready for the performance to start at 6pm. There are limited copies of the score available if you don't have your own.

Audience members are welcome. Tickets are £8 on the door, including a glass of wine and light refreshments in the interval.

More information from Mr B C Davies on 01603 453674.

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