Voices across the Water – charity concert given by US and UK youth choirs

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Date(s) - 17/03/2019
12:00am - 4:00pm

Church of St Wilfrid, Harrogate

Duchy Rd


Newsome Chorus from Florida, USA combines with Brackenfield Choir in Harrogate to perform a programme of songs from both sides of the Atlantic. Two award-winning youth choirs will join together on Sunday 17 March 2019 at 3pm to perform a concert of choral delights in the glorious surroundings of the grade 1 listed, St Wilfrid’s Church in Harrogate.
A programme of songs from Yorkshire to Africa will be performed
The programme includes :
The Rhythm of Life/I Got Rhythm
Medley for Yorkshire
Memories of the Great War
Songs from Stage and Screen
I Sing Because I’m Happy – Arr.Rollo Dillworth
Indodana – Arr. Michael Barrett
Down to the Water to Pray – Arr. Larry Harris
Sleep – Eric Whitacre
Tshotsholoza – trad. Nguni Song
The Isle is Full of Noises – Bob Chilcott
Amavolovolo – Arr. Rudolph de Beer

Tickets for the concert cost £10 (under 16s free) and are available on the door, or in advance from St Wilfrid’s Parish Office between 9.30-1.30pm Tel: 01423 509971
All proceeds will go to support two charities – St Wilfrid’s Church Development Fund and Home Farm Trust, a national which supports those with learning disabilities.

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