Region’s performers combine for Messiah in Gulgong

TUNE UP:  William Moxey and members of the Cudgegong Choir conduct a workshop at the Uniting Church ahead of Handel’s Messiah at the Gulgong Prince Of Wales Opera House.
TUNE UP: William Moxey and members of the Cudgegong Choir conduct a workshop at the Uniting Church ahead of Handel’s Messiah at the Gulgong Prince Of Wales Opera House.

Over 100 performers will bring Handel’s Messiah back to Gulgong’s Prince of Wales Opera House on Saturday, November 11, 2017, at 3pm.

William Moxey will conduct a large combined choir consisting of the Mudgee-based Cudgegong Choir, alongside the Allegri Singers, the Willoughby Singers, and members of All Saints’ Cathedral choir with vocal soloists from within and beyond the Central West region, namely soprano Ayse Goknor Shanal, mezzo-soprano Nyssa Milligan, tenor Michael Butchard and bass Mark Brooker.

And the Bathurst Chamber Orchestra, which will be supplemented with four wind players, two trumpeters and continuo.

The last performance at the Prince Of Wales Opera House.

The last performance at the Prince Of Wales Opera House.

The Messiah performance – one of the best known and most frequently performed choral works in the western world - will be repeated at Bathurst Anglican Cathedral on Sunday, November 12.

If you would like any more information about the concert, please call Mary Mitchell on 0431 991 743.

Tickets are $30/25 for adults, $10 for children and are available online at trybooking.com or at the door.