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Messiah Memories

by Simon Lindley It remains one of life’s profound mysteries that Messiah is widely regarded as the sacred work to perform during, or even slightly before, Advent in preparation for Christmas. But that is how things are! A comparatively small … Continue reading

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Messiah on the Move on Monday 2nd!

Sheffield Bach Choir’s December presentation of Handel’s “Messiah” (as usual, a complete rendition, from “cover to cover” as we say in Yorkshire) moves this year to the City’s Victoria Hall Methodist Mission just opposite the stage door of the Crucible … Continue reading

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Musicians Muster for Centenary

Musicians from all over the North of England and further afield head for Sheffield on Saturday 23 November, the weekend of the centenary of the birth of Benjamin Britten in Aldeburgh in 1913, for a gala concert of British Music … Continue reading

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Instrumental success in Sheffield

Sheffield Telegraph 26 August 2012 SIMON Lindley gives his now seemingly annual recital on the historic ‘Father’ Willis organ in what used to be known as Hallam Methodist Church on Thursday, September 13. It is still there, at Nether Green, … Continue reading

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