The Hepton Singers are having a busy time of it with concerts in Manchester then Heptonstall in the coming few days.
The first at Manchester’s Portico Library (in aid of in aid of Freedom from Torture, the UK charity dedicated to the treatment and rehabilitation of torture survivors from any regime) takes place tomorrow (Nov 22) at 2pm.
Then a week later on November 29, in a programme that reflects themes of our time and especially the current season of remembrance, the choir, under guest conductor Graham Coatman presents a programme of choral music of timeless beauty and rich variety at Heptonstall Parish Church.
From a Yoruba chant, through classic Renaissance motets by Philippe de Monte, and a William Byrd setting of the text By the Waters of Babylon, and lots more.
Ticket information for the two concerts - The Portico Library, 57 Mosley Street. Tickets: £8, £5, £1 (under 18s).The Parish Church, Heptonstall (8pm)Tickets: £8, £6, £1 (under 18s). Both are available on the door or from heptonsingers.co.uk