Rhapsody – a charity concert
Join us on 21st September for an evening of glorious music at the Sir Jack Lyons Concert Hall. Featuring performances from an array of local choirs, singers and choruses this promises to be a spectacular evening of music, merriment and fundraising.
The charity concert is to help us to raise funds for our community hub providing services to local people with sight and hearing loss to help them remain as independent as possible for as long as possible (part of our new state of the art accessible development off Tadcaster Road).
7:30pm – 10pm
Tickets are £10 or £8 for concessions. Tickets for the charity concert can be bought from the Wilberforce Trust in Huntington or Visit York in the centre of town.
Tickets are also available online through eventbrite (additional fees apply to online bookings)
We are grateful to the following for their time and support in performing at the concert:
Main Street Sound, Paula Ryan and Sarah Dean from Soundsphere, Jacob the Yorkshire Tenor, 4 on Demand, Bedlam Boys, Barbarellas, Clerkes of All Saints and the Southbank Singers.
The concert will include songs written by Sting, Vaughan Williams, Stevie Wonder and Bob Dylan.
Sir Jack Lyons Concert Hall is situated on the main (Heslington) campus of the University of York. The hall is equipped with a full lighting rig and recording capabilities for concerts and recitals, and houses a full-sized organ and two Steinway grand pianos
Car parking is free after 6.30pm and there is a regular bus service from the station and the city centre.
There is a labelled disabled entrance and you can be dropped off just next to it.