Hitting the right note at Kenninghall
CHOIR fans have the chance to experience the passion, fun and excitement of seeing their local community choirs singing their hearts out in a special Kenninghall Koncert at St Mary's Church on Saturday (7.
CHOIR fans have the chance to experience the passion, fun and excitement of seeing their local community choirs singing their hearts out in a special Kenninghall Koncert at St Mary's Church on Saturday (7.30pm).
Local singing group Kenninghall Singers are joining forces with Attleborough-based Cowshed Chorale under the baton of their new musical director, Chrissy Parsons-West, to perform a selection of their repertoire of African songs, spirituals and pop arrangements.
In the second half of the programme Chrissy is bringing Hearts & Voices, her popular community choir from Norwich, to air their own particular brand of vocal harmonies in everything from an ancient Polynesian chant to a jazz show tune
“With the huge degree of interest generated by the TV programme, this seemed like a good time to showcase the choirs” said Chrissy “ and to show everyone in this area of Norfolk that the same kinds of choirs are live and kicking right on their doorstep!”
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The ticket price, £5/ £3, concessions, includes a light buffet supper.
All profits from Saturday's concert will be donated to help St Mary's Church with the purchase of their new piano.
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For tickets contact 01953 453101.