Kirbye Voices: Midsummer Concert – 4th July @ 7:30pm


Kirbye Voices, an established choir of around 30 experienced voices, specialises in unaccompanied choral music of all periods, both sacred and secular.  It is proud to be named after the madrigal composer George Kirbye, who lived and worked in Bury. and who most notably contributed to Morley’s Triumphs of Oriana in 1601. Kirbye is buried in St Mary’s Church, Bury where he was Churchwarden.

Kirbye’s repertoire is wide and varied, equally at home singing Byrd, Handel & Howells as Elgar, Sullivan & close harmonies in King’s Singers arrangements!  The programme will include music by Vaughan Williams, Holst, Elgar and Gershwin and there will also be instrumental solos on the ‘Cello, Oboe and Flute.

Ticket Price £10.00 – Bar available afterwards