Following the recent departure of musical director Ben Goodson, the choir will be led by Oxford-based guest conductor Dr Tom Edwards.
The choral society is also delighted to welcome back former conductor Will Dawes as a baritone soloist.
Mr Dawes was Ben Goodson&rsquos predecessor and spent seven years in the role from 2006 to 2013. He is currently the conductor of Bath Choral Society and director of music at the church of St Mary Magdalen, Oxford.
For his part, Dr Edwards is the organist and director of music at St Barnabas Church, Oxford. He studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and graduated as a master of music from the University of Edinburgh, having been director of music and head of academic music at Lucton School in Herefordshire.
Looking ahead to the concert, which starts at 7.30pm, choral society spokeswoman Catharina Reynolds said: “The choir is really enjoying singing the summer repertoire with Tom, who provides inexhaustible encouragement and support.
Choral society chair Susan Edwards added: “I am thrilled with this beautiful French-themed programme we have lined up for our concert. The pieces are sublime and perfect for summer. The choir is looking forward to being reunited with former conductor Will Dawes, who will sing baritone solo with the choir he led for seven years.”
In recognition of the theme, a selection of delicious French wines will be served during the interval.
Tickets for the concert are priced £16 for adults and £5 for under-18s. To book, call Jan French on (01491) 572795, call in to Gorvett & Stone at 28 Duke Street, Henley, or visit www.henleychoralsociety.org.uk