From Fauré and Vivaldi to Mendelssohn and Rutter, the Prescot Festival Chorus (pictured) has given over a dozen stirring performances over the years, attracting an average of 100 sopranos, altos, tenors and basses each time.
The pandemic has brought a temporary halt to the usual Come-&-Sing concert, but last year many of our participants joined the Self-Isolation Choir online to sing Handel’s majestic oratorio Messiah.
If you’re missing the Prescot Festival Chorus, we encourage you to give the Self-Isolation Choir a go. They have a year-round programme of rehearsals and performances, and they’ll be singing Messiah again later this year, as well as Duruflé’s Requiem and works by Puccini, William Lloyd Webber and others. Find out more about how to participate at www.theselfisolationchoir.com.