On Thursday 4th July, senior Christ College musicians will take to the stage for the final time this academic year. You can expect to hear solo items and duets from several of our leavers, many of whom have contributed to music making at Christ College over the past seven years. There will also be a performance from the Senior String Quartet as well as the Chamber Choir and the Senior Wind Sinfonia. We are also hoping to be joined by some special Zulu guests!
The concert takes place in the Chapel at 7pm, with refreshments available in the Neuadd Foyer from 6.30pm. Tickets are free, but please do obtain a ticket through Ticketsource so that we know numbers for catering purposes.
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