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‘Exquisite and magnificent choral attack’ The Oxford Times
‘The hottest young band around’ Sean Rafferty, In Tune, Radio 3
‘Outstanding talent’ Three Choirs Festival
Since 2006 The Blenheim Singers have performed highlights from Handel's Messiah at Blenheim Palace as part of the Palace's festive seasonal activities. Back by popular demand to take place in the elegant Orangery, they will be joined by the critically acclaimed International Baroque Players in a charity performance to raise money for Cancer Research UK. Guests will be able to enjoy traditional mince pies and mulled wine on arrival, and the performance will include Part I, and excerpts from Parts II and III. A silent auction of luxury goods will be held during the interval in aid of the charity.
Parking available at Blenheim Palace. Interval 30 minutes featuring a silent auction. Concert ends: 9.15pm
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Tickets: Unreserved £40 (AVAILABLE ON THE DOOR FROM 5PM)
Please note this concert is organised and promoted by the Blenheim Singers. Music at Oxford are the ticket agent and hold no responsibility for the event, its artists or the venue.