Sing! Choirs summer charity concerts star Ely singers
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Sing! Choirs has announce its summer concerts which will happen this month in the West Road Concert Hall in Cambridge.
Sing! Choirs will give two performances, with the combined forces of all four Sing! Choirs, including singers from Sing! Ely, as well as those from Sing! Cambridge and Sing! Newmarket, plus the new choir for young people called Go Sing! which is also from Ely.
The concerts at 2pm and 5pm on Saturday July 18 will be in support of East Anglian Air Ambulance. The concerts will be a fantastic mix of pop and rock songs as well as songs from the shows and all accompanied by a live band.
Kathryn Rowland, Sing! Choirs Musical Director said: “I am really excited about the concerts at West Road Concert Hall. Over the past year we have sang in some amazing places including Ely Cathedral, Royal Festival Hall in London, and we are delighted to be coming to West Road Concert Hall – exciting times. We are also delighted to be able to support East Anglian Air Ambulance through our concerts.”
Tickets can be bought through Cambridge LIVE by calling 01223 357851 or via: https://www.cambridgelivetrust.co.uk/tickets/events/sing-choirs-summer-sing
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For more information about Sing! Choirs visit www.singchoirs.com or contact Kathryn Rowland on 01353 662022 or email email@example.com.
Sing! Choirs started in January 2012 and now has around 250 singers who sing each week in the various locations as well as the new choir for young people ages eight - 17 years.
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