Celebratory concert to mark ten years of music
AN ACCOMPLISHED Bristol chamber choir is celebrating ten years of music making.
The Exultate Singers are celebrating their tenth birthday with a celebratory concert in city centre church St James Priory this Sunday afternoon at 3pm.
Founded in 2002 by its conductor David Ogden, the choir has given more than 150 concerts, has appeared on BBC television and on Classic FM, BBC Radios 2, 3 and 4, and on the World Service.
Mr Ogden said: "I'm thrilled that over the past ten years Exultate Singers have gone from strength to strength, gaining recognition and a loyal following not only in Bristol and the South West but throughout the UK and internationally.
Dyson DC50i - Bagless upright vacuum cleaner - BALL Technology -...View details
Thisi is Dyson's smallest upright vacuum cleaner with the performance of a full size upright machine. The DC50i has Dyson's most advanced cleaner head technology and 2 Tier RadialTM cyclones.
Terms: LIMITED STOCK OFFER. FREE delivery to most UK postcodes - Next working day dispatch.
Contact: 01664 491439
Valid until: Monday, May 27 2013
"I'd like to thank all the people who have supported us over the years – first and foremost, the people who have come to hear our concerts here in Bristol, and the singers for their dedication and talent."
The choir is made up of 40 singers who travel from as far afield as Cornwall, Axbridge, Yatton and Bath to rehearse weekly in Bristol alongside singers who live in the city.
Sunday's celebratory concert will include a number of the singers' own favourite pieces that the choir has sung over the years. Tickets are available from Providence Music shop and will be available on the door at St James Priory from 2.15pm.
As well as beautiful choral music, the audience is also promised a slice of birthday cake.