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St. Mary’s College Festival of Music

Please note this show has been cancelled. We are currently contacting all ticketholders.For the 22nd consecutive year, St. Mary’s College is mounting another showcase of the musical talents of its pupils.

The concert will feature over 250 musicians from a range of different musical ensembles from the College and its Preparatory School, The Mount. They will include the College’s award-winning Symphony Orchestra, Symphonic Wind Band, Stage Band, Baroque Consort, Show Choir, Chamber Choir and Mount Concert Choir, as well as a number of gifted soloists.

The concert will take the audience on a musical journey from Bach to Britten, as the talented young musicians perform pieces from a wide range of styles and genres. Highlights will include Bach’s Magnificat, ‘Fate’ from Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5, ‘The Grand March’ from Wagner’s Tannhauser, and music from the big screen by John Williams.

Compered by BBC Radio Merseyside’s Roger Phillips, the evening will be conducted by Director of Music Andrew Byers and assisted by Colin Johnston.

8% per ticket administrative fee applies for online & telephone orders, this includes all costs and postage is free. More information about booking fees.