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PUBLISHED: 00:16 21 January 2012 | UPDATED: 15:35 20 February 2013

London based quintet Onyx Brass

London based quintet Onyx Brass

A round-up of Christmas concerts

Christmas Concert


St Mary's Church, Old Amersham, December 2


Christmas Concert, festive readings, carols and music from the High Wycombe Concert Band, The Beacon Boys choir, and SV2G Steel Band among others. Proceeds to Scannappeal's Cancer Fighting Fund for Wycombe Hospital. Tickets:


01494 727752.


Newbury Christmas


Cancer Concert


St Nicholas Church, Newbury,


December 6, 7pm


Traditional concert with proceeds shared between Macmillan Cancer Support and The Newbury and District Cancer Care Trust. Tickets: 01635 200874.


Festival of Carols


Wycombe Swan,


High Wycombe,


December 7,


4.30pm and 8pm


Annual community celebration of Christmas, featuring the Wycombe Orpheus Male Voice Choir, Wycombe Philharmonic Choir, Marlow Town


Band and local school and adult choirs.


Tickets: 01494 512000.


Christmas Charity Concert


St Mary's Church, Old Beaconsfield,


December 19


Wycombe Philharmonic Choir in aid of Cancer Research. Tickets:


01494 716427.


Festival of Christmas trees


Wokingham Methodist Church,


December 12,13 & 14


Forest Singers Christmas Concert, 7.30pm. Supporting The Alexander Devine Children's Cancer Trust.


Christmas Concert


All Saints Church, Marlow,


December 13, 7.30pm


Christmas music and carols for choir and audience featuring Vaughan Williams' Fantasia on Christmas Carols. Tickets: 01628 672457.


Carol Service


St Paul's Church, Reading Road, Wokingham, December 14, 6.30pm


Carols and mince pies. Proceeds for Alexander Devine Children's cancer trust. Tickets: 0118 9792122.


Windsor & Eton Choral Society Family Carols for Christmas


Windsor and Eton College School Hall, Eton, December 14, 2.45pm


Traditional carols for audience and choir in aid of The Musicians Benevolent Fund.


Tickets: 01753 833372.


The Holly and the Ivy


South Hill Park, Bracknell,


December 14, 7pm


Thames Voyces presents a Christmas celebration with carols, audience


participation and readings for all the family. Tickets: 01344 484123.

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