Charlotte, Emily and Anne Bronte will be special guests at a concert in their honour on April 1.
Life-size sculptures of the three famous writers will greet the audience as they arrive to hear the Bronte Mass.
Diane Lawrenson’s bronze sculptures, entitled Three Sisters, will be at the Victoria Theatre, Halifax, from the previous day. The Bronte Mass, along with other classical pieces, will be performed by Halifax Choral Society, the Black Dyke Band and Sheffield Philharmonic Orchestra. The Bronte Mass was commissioned by Leeds Philharmonic Chorus in memory of its chairman John Brodwell, who was passionate about the Brontes.
Composer Philip Wilby set music to the poetry of the Bronte sisters and their brother Branwell.
Choir spokesman Tina Matthews promised a thrilling concert with astounding and “simply glorious” music.
She added: “The sound is expected to be absolutely amazing with upwards of 200 voices on stage.”
Tickets for the concert cost from £8 to £22 by phoning