Wokingham Choral Society welcome Christmas


           On Saturday I enjoyed my evening with the Wokingham Choral Society at All Saints. From the opening strains of In dulci Jubilo to the closing bars of “We wish you a merry Christmas” the choir put in a spirited seasonal performance.

             Benjamin Woodward, the organist, and Alexander Chaplin, the Conductor, performed an amusing duet, with Benjamin having to perform one Christmas piece in the spirit of Wagner and Alexander another in the mode of Bach.

             The Church was full to hear the concert, and the retiring collection was for three excellent local charities. I would like to thank all involved for a great evening.

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