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Kick off your holiday season with a night of music and song

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JOIN the Belfast Operatic Company as they kick off the Christmas season this year with their return to the Ulster Hall for ‘A Night of Christmas Music and Song’ on Saturday December 8.

Unlike other BOC concerts, this will be unique as they combine with the recently formed Belfast Pops Orchestra (led by Stephen Cullen) for the first time to bring you a phenomenal choral and orchestral sound delivered by some of the provinces greatest local talent.

Colin Scott, Musical Director for both the Belfast Operatic Company and the Belfast Pops Orchestra commented: “The Belfast Pops Orchestra are unique in that all their players are professional musicians who donate their time to raising money for charitable causes - musicians doing what they love for a good cause, something especially important at Christmas time. Combined with the unique choral sound of the Belfast Operatic Company, this will be a concert not to be missed.”

This captivatingly festive event is set to be the ultimate Christmas musical experience this year, brought to you by one of the provinces finest operatic companies.

Esteemed Director Wilfie Pyper, who will compere the evening, commented: “The Belfast Operatic Company have prepared yet another excellent programme for this years Christmas concert, ranging from traditional Christmas carols and other old favourites to contemporary Christmas show tunes, all of which are guaranteed to delight the entire family on a magical journey, evoking memories of Christmases both past and present.”

Of course it just wouldn’t be a real Christmas show without an opportunity for the audience to join in with some of the nations favourite carols.

With limited seats available, early bookings are advised for what will be a unique blend of Christmas magic for all the family, both young and old. Tickets cost £15 and are available from the Ulster Hall on 028 9033 4455 or you can book online at www.ulsterhall.co.uk.

 

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