Concentus line up an action-packed concert

With just 24 hours to go, Concentus Chorale is preparing to take you on a mystical world-wide journey in bringing yet another ‘action packed’ concert entitled A Musical Night at the Movies.

This well-established choir aims to thrill their audiences and is probably the only local choir which would dare to perform Pop, Rock, Opera and Musicals in one single concert.

Included in the varied programme will be challenging but exciting medleys from the hit films including the much-acclaimed James Bond, My Fair Lady, Grease and a mixture of Broadway Blockbusters, plus other well known music including My Heart Will Go On, the theme music to Mission Impossible, Moon River, Nella Fantasia, Nessun Dorma, One Fine Day and I’ve Got Rhythm.

Then in complete contrast the choir will recall magical moments of classics including, O Fortuna, Dies Irae and the William Tell Overture!

In a salute to the timeless films of comedy, the choir will lead the audience in singing Good-Bye-ee, Lambeth Walk and Wish Me Luck as You Wave me Goodbye!

The dynamic choir is once again being led by their Director of Music, Adrian White. The backdrop is the beautiful setting of St Saviour’s and St Peter’s Church, South Street, Eastbourne and will take place on Saturday, June 15, starting at 7.30pm.

Tickets cost £10 if purchased in advance (£11 on the door) and can be obtained from Bonners Music Superstore, 56 Langney Road, Eastbourne, (01323 636140) or Semantics Glass Engraving Studio, 33 Grove Road, Eastbourne (01323 646414). Light refreshments will be available during the interval.

On Saturday, June 22, the Chorale will travel to Seaford to perform this same concert in St Leonard’s Parish Church, Church Street, commencing at 7.30pm and tickets can be obtained from Newberry Estate Agents, 51 Church Street, Seaford.

Out of hours purchases for both venues and further information can be obtained by contacting Evelyn Smith on 01323 643358.

Once again Concentus Chorale is pleased to support and donate the retiring collection to the JPK Project - the choir’s chosen local charity for this forthcoming year.