More than one hundred members of a choral society in Chipperfield are celebrating after a "record season."
Chipperfield Choral Society is looking forward to the new season, which starts in September after what one of their members described as a "record season" and upcoming highlights include the Christmas concert at St Paul’s Chipperfield, The Common, on Wednesday, December 31
Last season, the society were left celebrating after a number of "sold out concerts and wonderful music making," which culminated with the summer concert. "Songs and Cries of London Town" in June.
During the year, the choir also performed the Mozart Requiem at St John’s, Station Road, Boxmoor over the Easter Period.
John Morrish, from Chipperfield Choral Society, said: "The new season begins on Thursday September 4th and we look forward to welcoming members and potential new members to the first meeting of the season.
"If you would like to join the choir and cannot make September 4th, please come along any Thursday evening to Chipperfield Village Hall at 7 30pm where you will be assured of a warm welcome and some great singing.
"In the new season, we will be performing the usual Christmas Concerts and then, at Easter, one of the most magnificent choral works in the repertoire: Mendelssohn's Elijah which promises to be the highlight of the local choral year."