AchieveAbility fundraising concert December

03/12/2018, 02:12 pm

AchieveAbility bringing Christmas spirit to Mirfield with Handel’s Messiah concert
AchieveAbility is set to bring festive cheer to Mirfield with a charity performance of Handel’s Messiah by a talented local choir.
Taking place at Trinity Methodist Church, Mirfield, on 8 December from 7.30pm, the concert will raise vital funds for AchieveAbility.
AchieveAbility is a charity that promotes opportunities in education, employment and training for people with autism and dyslexia. Barry Sheerman, MP for Huddersfield, is president of AchieveAbility, having played a key role in education policy and debates.
Barry Sheerman MP for Huddersfield and president of AchieveAbility, said: “Hallelujah! It’s the Mirfield Messiah concert, a chance to hear the ultimate Christmas music performed by a brilliant local choir, and every ticket sold will go to the remarkable charity AchieveAbility.”
The concert will feature vocals from talented local choir, with soloists: soprano, Rhianydd Beaumont; mezzo soprano, Sally Perkins; counter tenor, Ruairidh Pattie; tenor, David Heathcote; and baritone, Jamal Deacon. Gordon Balmforth BEM will be conductor, and Ian Abbott will be organist.
Tickets are available at:
For the latest updates on the concert, follow @AchieveAbility1 on twitter, or like the facebook page: #HandelsMessiahMirfield

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