Orchestra's Musical Feast

Listeners to Radio Clatterbridge will get the chance to hear a musical feast this Christmas.

The Wirral Symphony Orchestra return to the airwaves for a special concert as part of our festive line-up.

The Wirral Symphony Orchestra

The concert is the second time that the Orchestra, who are celebrating their 30th anniversary, will be bringing some festive music and cheer on Radio Clatterbridge.

Conducted by Jonathan Small, they are joined by St. Andrew's School Choir to provide a mixture of traditional Christmas classics and contemporary favourites.

The concert was recorded at the Floral Pavilion, New Brighton.

It can be heard on Boxing Day from midday.

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