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Audlem Voices Christmas Concert

Audlem Voices Annual Christmas Concert will be held at 7pm on Friday 13th December 2019 in St James' Church. Our Musical Director Jenny Collis-Smith has selected a programme which includes a mix of traditional and contemporary Christmas carols and festive songs which you may know, but maybe set in a new way.

We will also have two guest soloists — our very talented friends Denise Leigh, the internationally acclaimed soprano, and her husband Stefan Andrusyschyn, an accomplished classical accordionist and pianist.

Tickets are now on sale at £8 each, available from Williams Newsagents, from any member of the Choir and on the door.

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