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Aylesbury Festival Choir's concert in our church on Saturday, 26 November at 7.30pm will cover four centuries of sacred music. From Bach to Rutter will be led by guest conductor Harry Ogg, with Daniel Moult on the organ. Daniel was a featured artist in this year's BBC Songs of Praise 'Big Sing' programme from the Royal Albert Hall. Watch out for him on your screens on Christmas Day as well. He is familiar with our church organ having played it superbly in May for our annual organ concert.
Tickets for the choir's concert are £13 on the door or £12 in advance from choir members or via their website: www.aylesburyfestivalchoir.net.

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