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Halle Concert 16 April, Chester Cathedral

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We are very lucky in Tattenhall to have such a vibrant Music Society.

The season's concerts are well attended and offer splendid music in the Church, played by top-quality musicians.

Further afield, Chester awaits the opening of the much anticipated Performing Arts Centre later this year.

For classical music lovers, there are currently few opportunities to hear a professional symphony orchestra in action locally, usually around Music Festival time each June/July.

So it is worth noting that Manchester's famous Halle, which ranks among the UK's top symphonic ensembles, will be in concert on Saturday 16 April at Chester Cathedral, starting at 7.30pm.

There is a Beethoven overture, Mozart's Piano Concerto No 19 and Tchaikovsky's 2nd Symphony on the programme.

Tickets are available from the Cathedral shop or can be booked online HERE. Book early to avoid disappointment.

Why not take the chance of hearing the orchestra live and locally.

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