BOLSTERSTONE Male Voice sings tomorrow (July 12) in Denby to help a local church.
It will be the first time that the choir has sung at the church of St John the Evangelist in Denby and proceeds from the concert will go towards much-needed repairs to the church tower.
The choir, which will celebrate its 75th anniversary next year, has grown from its village choir roots to its position today as an award-winning regional chorus.
In 2002, its singers won the male voice choir section at the Llangollen International Eisteddfod and earlier this year, won the male voice choir class at the Bangor (Northern Ireland) International Choral Festival, beating off challengers from South Wales, Scotland and the Republic of Ireland.
The choir is led by musical director Francis Wells with deputy musical director John Kenyon and accompanist Lorraine Pearson.
Tomorrow’s concert begins at 7.30pm and tickets are £8 including a glass of wine.
And if you would like to join the choir, which rehearses at the village hall in Bolsterstone for two hours every Monday night, then contact chairman Alan Hobson on 0114 288 3643 or choir secretary Graham Walsh on 01484 865277. Bolsterstone also has a website at bolsterstone .email@example.com.
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