The Sheffield Bach Choir and the National Festival Orchestra performs The Creation by Haydn.
Formed in 1950, Sheffield Bach Choir, one of the longest-established choirs in a city profoundly rich in terms of cultural heritage was founded to revive public interest in the music of Bach. They return to Sheffield Cathedral this Autumn to perform Joseph Haydn's masterpiece The Creation together with the National Festival Orchestra, considered to be one of the UK's leading concert orchestras.
Simon Lindley, conductor
Alan Horsey, organist
Kristina James - soprano
Paul Dutton - tenor
Quentin Brown - bass
Tickets £16. Concessions £13. Students £6 on the door only. Under 16 and accompanied by an adult - Free.