Bradford Festival Choral Society, Yorkshire
Bradford Festival Choral Society, Yorkshire Bradford's largest choir and one of the North of England's longest established choral societies with roots dating back to the first Bradford Festival in 1853. With a current singing membership of around 80 voices the choir perform all the major works in the choral repertoire at St George's Concert Hall and other venues in the Bradford area under the direction of their Chorus Master, Michael Baker. We welcome applications from new singing members. The choir enjoy a busy season of concerts including major programmes in November and early Spring, concerts in the summer and at Christmas as well as Bradford's traditional Christmas performance of Handel's Messiah. The Society has a series of lively social events throughout the year as well engaging in fund raising activities to help maintain the quality of their musical output.