Saturday 12 March at 7.30pm
Presented by Cleveland Philharmonic Choir and The Mowbray Orchestra
International baritone Alan Opie stars in the title role of this dramatic retelling of the story of a prophet with the power to bring down fire – or rain – from the sky.
Distinguished tenor Nathan Vale, singing the role of Obadiah, has a voice to melt hearts, and the quartet of soloists is completed with soprano Sinead O’Kelly and mezzo soprano Charlotte Heslop.
Cleveland Philharmonic Choir, over 100 strong and noted for excellent performances, provides the chorus, sometimes reverential, sometimes baying for blood! They are partnered by The Mowbray Orchestra – high quality players drawn from all over the north of England.
The conductor is John Forsyth MBE – an outstanding choral trainer.
An unmissable evening for anyone who likes the sound of a big choir, music with great tunes – or just a good story!
Tickets - £15 adults; £13 concessions; £2 children/ students + booking fees