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Portsmouth Baroque Choir will travel to Chichester to join specialist period-instrument ensemble The Consort of Twelve in a performance of Messiah tomorrow.

Soloists include the choir’s president, international bass Ian Caddy, as well as Sian Bibby-Hsia (soprano), Toby Forster (alto) and Adrian Green (tenor). The conductor will be the choir’s regular director, Malcolm Keeler.

Some of part one will be omitted, but parts two and three will be performed in full. It will be performed in St Paul’s Church, adjacent to the large Chichester Festival Theatre car park.

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