"Colours of Winter" - 30 November 2019 @ 7pm - Christmas Concert

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Seasonal Splash from Trio of Choirs

Returning to Addlestone Community Centre after their sell-out concert success at the venue two years ago, the hugely entertaining and impressive Elmbridge Choir and Elmbridge Ladies Choir will be back with a colourful splash this Christmas, this time proudly sharing the stage with their newly-formed sister choir, Surrey Rainbow Choir.

Taking place on Saturday 30th November at 7pm, “Colours of Winter” promises a gentle lead-in to the Christmas season with a programme of joyous and heart-warming seasonal songs.

“We’re really looking forward to another great concert in Addlestone, and in particular to be introducing Surrey Music’s newest group, Surrey Rainbow Choir, to the public”, says Cliff van Tonder, Founder and CEO of Surrey Music. “We are so proud of our shiny new choir and can’t wait for their first performance – it’s going to be fab-u-lous!!”

Surrey Rainbow Choir is the third choir founded and formed by Surrey Music, and the first and only LGBTQ+ choir in Surrey. Launched just weeks ago with almost 100 signed up members, the choir promises to deliver a cohesive and compelling performance under the musical direction of Christopher Wray.

The concert will support Elmbridge CAN, a charity providing grants and services that foster social inclusion and well-being for refugees and asylum seekers in Elmbridge. (For more information about the work of the charity visit www.elmbridgecan.org.uk)

Surrey Music’s concerts are known for the sheer joy and entertainment they bring to the audience; the songs are delivered with a generous mix of humour and passion.  With three fantastic choirs performing a varied programme, there’s no doubt that this year’s Christmas offering will deliver festive cheer in abundance.


Tickets priced at £12 (adults), £5 (under 18) are available now from www.wintercolours.co.uk

Elmbridge Ladies Choir performing as part of BBC Music Day

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On Saturday 28th September, Elmbridge Ladies Choir will open the show at this hugely varied evening of musical entertainment.as part of BBC Music Day, in support of Spelthorne Dementia Support.

Mayor of Spelthorne, Cllr Mary Madams, will be in attendance, and the presenter and Concert Director for the evening will be Jonathon Brosnan.

As well as our fabulous ladies, there will be a whole host of performances from a wide variety of acts including Beth Sherburn (Country), Jeff Drazio (Shadows tribute guitarist), Margaret Watson (International Artist with The Golden Harp), Whitney G Jones, Take Two Duo Contemporary,  Jazz with David Funnel (Saxophone), The Everly Others (Rock /Pop), Terry Gleed, Musical Theatre, Frothy Pop and Stephanie Drake (classical/soprano West End musicals).

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