The Elgar Chorale at ‘The Firs’

Saturday 30th May 2020, at 10:30am

Photo of Elgar's Birthplace in Worcestershire
Elgar’s Birthplace in Lower Broadheath, Worcestershire

On Saturday, 30th May, The Elgar Chorale of Worcester, once again, visits the birthplace of composer, our namesake Sir Edward Elgar. We will be singing a programme of Elgar’s music in the Carice Room. Named after Carice, Sir Edward’s daughter, the name is a shortened form of her mother’s name, Caroline Alice Roberts. The Carice Room sets an intimate setting for the morning.

This concert is part of the annual Elgar Festival celebrating Sir Edward’s birthday on 2nd June 1857. The festival is now in its third year and there are a number of events over the weekend in and around Worcester.

Further details of the programme will be available here shortly. Tickets (£7 + booking fee) are available from:

Online from Eventbrite here

By telephone 01905 611427 or in person from:
The Worcester Live Box Office at
Huntingdon Hall in Crowngate Shopping Centre and is open 10am – 5pm Monday to Saturday.

In person from the Worcester Tourist Information Centre at: The Guildhall, High St, Worcester WR1 2EY.