The Orpheus Choir...
The Wellingborough Orpheus
Choir is a mixed choir of some
50 voices. We
give several concerts each year and our repertoire includes major choral
works and light music.
We often invite guest soloists, young instrumentalists from local
schools, and brass and concert bands to join us for our concerts in and
New members are always welcome, particularly in the soprano, tenor and
bass sections. Rehearsals are held on Monday evenings at the
Park Junior School, Great Park Street, Wellingborough, Northants.
Watch our performances of
Listen to us singing
'Let all the World'; and
finale of our 2012 Christmas concert
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Next concert: Saturday 16th
December 2017: Afternoon Christmas Concert.
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