Saunderson House sponsors the Bar Choral Society Inaugural Concert

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4 June 2014


Saunderson House is delighted to sponsor the Bar Choral Society Inaugural Concert in the Temple Church on Monday 23 June 2014.

The talented soprano soloist Grace Davidson will be joining the choir which will be conducted by Greg Morris, music director, with the Society’s President the composer John Rutter CBE amongst the audience.

The concert features a series of pieces by Bach, Mendelssohn, Mozart and Handel. Commenting on the sponsorship, Timothy Dutton QC, Chairman of the Bar Choral Society said “Saunderson House has been a stalwart supporter of the professional and legal sectors for many years, and we are delighted that they are demonstrating their commitment to the Bar in this way”.

Details about the concert and how to buy tickets may be found here.

 



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