Sing-along session with Bristol Choral Society

PUBLISHED: 20:00 11 January 2018


An opportunity to sing along with one of the South West’s largest choral groups is on offer in Bristol next month.

Come And Sing Mass In Blue will be hosted by Bristol Choral Society at Tyndale Baptist Church in Whiteladies Road on February 10.

The society, established in 1889, is one of the leading symphony orchestras in the South West and has previously sung for organisations including the Philarmonic Orchestra and the BBC National Orchestra of Wales.

Around 180 singers are currently part of the choral society.

The event will run from 10am-4pm.

Booking forms can be downloaded here and sent to: Sarah Fernandes, 114 Abbey Road, Bristol, BS9 3QX.

Tickets, priced £7.50-15, are available from 01179 623223 or

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