On Sunday afternoon, the Pro Nobis Singers performed their second concert of the season in Holy Trinity and St George Catholic Church in Kendal.

Entitled 'A Choral Pilgrimage,' it was a varied programme with music by composers such as William Byrd, Brahms, Purcell and Caldera.

A particular highlight, according to attendees, was Brahms' 'Geistliches Lied,' and, although depleted by four sopranos, the singers still managed Caldara's 16-part motet with ‘panache’.

The choir was joined by the soprano tones of soloist, Faye Bowness, and a string ensemble led by Pam Redman. The organist throughout was Andy Plowman, who played ‘expressively and sensitively’.

The choir's conductor, Clive Walkley, introduced each item, wrote the programme notes and did everything behind the scenes, in addition to conducting the choir.

The Pro Nobis Singers' next concert is on Saturday, July 16, in Cartmel Priory.

Listeners can expect music from Vaughan Williams and Cecelia McDowall.