Wokingham Choral Society at the Masonic Centre

Yesterday Wokingham Choral Society performed a great programme of Christmas music. Trying out the new venue for them in Winnersh, they sang us well known carols and more esoteric pieces of seasonal music. The choir trains hard and sings to a high standard. Some of the work was performed with the house lights turned down. Each singer had a small light attached to their music, which added to the atmosphere. Local children teamed up with the choir for Away in a manger which gave it some extra magic.

I would like to thank all involved in organising and all who did so well in the choir. It was a great evening.

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