Using the re-discovered four hands - one piano accompaniment of Carlo Czerny, the major choral work under musical director Malcolm Goldring will be the breathtaking Mozart Requiem K626.
Additional choral works are four different settings of the Ave Verum Corpus by composers Byrd, Mozart, Saint-Saens and Peter Stopford.
Professional pianists Beate Toyka and Gillian Bithel also play Schubert and Mozart piano duets on the 1929 Bechstein grand piano.
Show starts 7.30pm, doors 6.45pm. Tickets £9 full, £8 concessions, £4 under 16s from The Crossing welcome desk or call 01909 475421 to book and pay on the night.
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