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A Conning Musical Event.


A Conning Musical Event. Our musical readers are reminded that the annual oratorio concert of the Eben- ezer Choral Society takes place during the forthcoming week, the precise date being Thursday, February 24th. It will be noticed that the concert is (for the first time) to be held at the Judge's Hall, Trealaw, which having regard to the larger space and greater facilities, should enhance the enjoyment and success of audience and performers. The works to be performed are Sir Edward Elgar's "The Banner of St. George and Mendelssohn's Hymn of Praise." The soprano part will be taken by Miss Bessie Jones, a young lady well known in Mid-Rhondda, who is now pursuing a course of study and training at the Royal College of music, and who is an artiste o" much promise. Mr. Cynlais Gibbs. whose reputation and popularity is ever increasing, and who is in great demand, has been engaged as tenor; while the bass parts are in the safe hands of that old favourite, Mr. David Hughes, who never fails to delight his hearers. There will also be a miscellaneous programme, when choice vocal and instrumental items will be rendered by the artistes. The orchestra will be under the leader- ship of Mr. W. F. Hulley, of Swansea, who, we believe, makes his first appear- ance in that capacity in Mid-Rhondda. We iurnderstand that there has been a brisk demand for seats, and those who have not already secured places, are urged to do so without delay. Further details appear in our advertising columns. Our readers should note that there will be no Saturday performance as in past years, so early booking is advisable.

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