The Golden Jubilee Concert held by Maidenhead Choral Society saw the choir celebrate 50 years of making music.
The group chose their most popular pieces from the ones they have performed since they began to make up the programme.
The concert, performed in St Luke's Church in Norfolk Road on November 23, included Mozart's Ave Verum Corpus, Faure's Cantique de Jean Racine as well as the first part of Handel's Messiah.
The choir was accompanied by organist Ben Giddens and pianist Gillian Salmon, and was directed by George Badacsonyi.
Soloists were Rachel Chapman, Angharad Lyddon, Nick Madden and Andrew Thompson.
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