Tuesday, October 20, 2015
One of the UK’s leading male choirs will perform at Abbots Bromley School next Saturday October 31 at a charity concert.
Bath Male Choir reached the finals of the BBC’s Last Choir Standing popular Saturday evening television series with an audience of many of millions of TV viewers.
Since that time the choir have toured Europe and last year were invited to Japan where they performed as guests at the prestigious Bacchus Festival in Itami near Kyoto, receiving a standing ovation from the 3,000 people in the concert hall.
Founder conductor is Grenville Jones who is also the founder of the Goldies Charity that now runs its successful daytime singing and activity sessions for older people in Uttoxeter and Burton upon Trent. All proceeds from the concert will support the development of new sessions across East Staffordshire.
Sharing the stage will be The Heath Chorus led by Helen Clayton. Goldies leader in Staffordshire is Anne Griffiths who is a member of the Heath Chorus.
The concert starts at 7.30pm and is supported by East Staffordshire Borough Council.
Tickets are priced £10 from the Black Dog Jazz Café, Carter Street, Uttoxeter or call 01889 566660. Tickets will also be on sale on the door on Saturday October 31 from 7.00pm.
Press enquiries to Grenville Jones on 07778 282934.