Music Society welcomes new patron

March 01 2015

Local gallery owner and former England cricketer Jack Russell has become Patron of the Chipping Sodbury Music Society.

Jack Russell

Local gallery owner and former England cricketer Jack Russell has become Patron of the Chipping Sodbury Music Society.
“Jack has always generously supported us and as we move towards our 70th birthday celebrations we are looking forward to enjoying his patronage’ said Society Chair Michelle Cook.
Since its launch in 1947, by a group of music enthusiasts, the Society has developed into an organisation staging live music events offered to all at affordable prices.
In recent years the Society has extended its range of music and now as well as classical they include Jazz and Big Band. This year alone will see no fewer than seven concerts at Chipping Sodbury’s Town Hall.
Over the past few months’ music lovers have enjoyed a series of concerts, including the Del Mar Trio, the Emergence Sextet and Flercussion, an exciting, creative and quirky new duo from Scotland playing flute, marimba and other percussion instruments.
On March 10th ‘Men with Horns’ will perform a range of dramatic songs, stirring choruses and romantic horn quartets. Those that remember the concert given by Claire Jones, former harpist to HRH The Prince of Wales in 2012, may well be back at the box office to secure a place at the ‘4 Girls 4 Harps’ performance on Tuesday 7 April 2015. The Voice will keep you posted on all upcoming events. If you would like to book tickets to the upcoming Men with Horns or 4Girls 4 Harps concerts visit www.csmusicsociety.co.uk