Help support us. Choose your gift:
Your donation has been added to your basket! Thanks!
Sorry, there was an error. Please reload the page and try again.

Queries, group & access bookings: 0333 130 0967
Phones 2-4pm | Counter sales 1-2.30pm
Tuesday to Thursday and one hour before each concert

Salford Choral Society

  • The Stoller Hall
  • £19 - £7

Performers

Soprano: Fiona Finsbury
Mezzo soprano: Emily Cobley
Tenor: Chris Why
Bass: David Cane

It’s time to start your Christmas celebrations in traditional fashion with Salford Choral Society and Handel’s much-loved masterpiece, Messiah. Soloists Fiona Finsbury (soprano), Emily Cobley (mezzo), Chris Why (tenor) and David Cane (bass) are joined by orchestra Baroque in the North, under the direction of Conductor Tom Newall.

Salford Choral have performed Messiah every year since their foundation in 1947, and only lockdown last year prevented a live performance. Not to be stopped, it was performed online with the same soloists!


We’re looking forward to welcoming you back to The Stoller Hall and have a range of safety measures in place. You can explore our See it Safely measures here.

All dates & times

No upcoming events

You may also like

  1. The Stoller Hall

    Chetham’s Symphony Orchestra & Chorus

    Fri 21 October 2022, 7:30pm

    Some of the UK’s most incredible young musicians perform, as the sound of Chetham’s Symphony Orchestra fills their home venue,...

  2. The Stoller Hall

    Professor Lightbulb’s Marvellous Inventions

    Sat 5 November 2022, 1pm

    Suitable for ages 3-12 Join musicians from the Chetham’s orchestra and be inspired by music, discovering some amazing inventions along...

  3. Baronial Hall

    Baronial Baroque

    Thu 10 November 2022, 5:30pm

    A unique concert split into two parts, with the first half in the 600-year-old Baronial Hall at Chetham’s and the...

  4. The Stoller Hall

    Brodsky Quartet

    Thu 24 November 2022, 7:30pm

    6.30pm – Pre-concert talk with Paul Cassidy (included in the ticket price) Plenty of teenagers dream about becoming a rock...