The King’s Chorus is delighted to present its first concert since the Covid closures. There’s a great sense of anticipation and excitement amongst the singers to get back to, as they say themselves, making some joyful noise.

Under the direction of Gabriel O’Brien and organist Neil Cockburn, the King’s Chorus will perform Zoltan Kodaly’s Missa Brevis – a work it performed several years ago. Kodaly (1882-1967) is internationally known for his Kodaly method of music education. His Missa Brevis is a joyous and celebratory piece in a modern musical language with engaging rhythms and striking contrasts. Felix Mendelssohn’s majestic Te Deum in D will complete the program.

Tickets are available in advance ($10 to $45 plus fees).

They will also be available at the door ($15 to $50 plus fees) cash or credit card.