Feel good concert with uplifting songs for all the family set to return - The Redditch Standard

Feel good concert with uplifting songs for all the family set to return

Redditch Editorial 25th Jun, 2018   0

A FEEL good concert with uplifting songs for all the family returns on July 3 at the Redditch Palace Theatre.

‘The Perfect Remedy Choirs Connected Summer Concert’ is back for its second year, but this time with special guests Charlie Mackenzie and the Elite Choir.

The Elite Choir formed in October 2017 and is made up of 11-18 year olds with bags of talent.

Maria Brannelly, Choirs Connected music director, said: “The choir are absolutely amazing, they will show everyone how brilliant they are on performance night.

“We are constantly looking for more people to join but you have to be serious about singing to the highest standards because only the best are selected after their initial audition process.

“It’s set to be a really magical night for all the family.”

Choirs Connected is a non-profit business from Redditch for Redditch, founded in September 2016 by Maria.

The event starts at 6.30pom and tickets cost £4.50 from the Palace Theatre.

For anyone interested in auditioning for the choir visit the Choirs Connected facebook page.

Choirs Connected gratefully receive support and funding from Church Hill Big Local Partnership.

Details of photo:

Hayley Price, Board Vice Chair of Church Hill Big Local Partnership, with Maria Brannelly, Music Director of Choirs Connected, and Choirs Connected Elite Choir wearing their new choir T shirts provided by Church Hill Big Local Partnership.


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