Saffron Walden's Choral Society since 1883
Patron: John Rutter | Music Director: Janet Wheeler
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Family Tickets :: Special Offer!

Category: SUTS

Family Ticket Special Offer!

Friends and supporters,

We have managed to arrange special family friendly tickets for Saturday’s Mozart Great C Minor Mass and Wheeler’s “I Sing and Ever Shall” concert on Saturday 7:30 pm. at Saffron Hall.

Family Ticket : Buy 2 Adult tickets and 2 children go free (use the promotion code SWCSOFFER)

Individual ticket prices:
    U-18 : now @ £5
    U-30: now @ £10 (use the promotion code: SWCSMARCH)

The first half has Janet Wheeler’s “I Sing and Ever Shall”; a joyful testament to the central role that singing plays in the human condition. Setting words by poets including Emily Dickinson, Rabindranath Tagore and Robert Herrick, this musical celebration, full of quirky melodies guaranteed to dance their way into the memory, is an exuberant love-song to song itself. The first half concludes with Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, Mozart’s ever popular ‘little serenade’- full of elegance, joie-de-vivre and romance, and very friendly to a younger audience.

There will then be an interval of 20 minutes, starting about 08:20 pm. Refreshments can be ordered in advance to save time.

The second half is the performance of Mozart’s Great C Minor Mass. For those less familiar with classical music, this is a very approachable piece. The music alternates between choruses packed with energy and harmony, and solo ensembles and expressive solos. It includes the wonderful soprano solo ‘Et incarnatus est’, written for and sung at the première by Mozart’s wife, Constanze.

The concert should finish about 9:45 pm.

We are delighted to be able to share this offer and hope as many of you as possible will take advantage. Access to Saffron Hall is easy with lots of free onsite parking. This is a great opportunity for our younger singers and their families to experience choral singing and the types of concert opportunities that are available through SUTS and the Chamber Choir.

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