Musical generations

A fundraising concert on Saturday 18 May for Breast Cancer Now by Concordia ladies’ choir and Bewdley Concert Band will now be joined by students under the tutelage of Concordia’s Beverley Wightman. Bev, who is raising money for the charity in honour of friends and family members who have come through the disease, says, “Every year I enter a student choir into the Much Wenlock Live Arts Festival, and this year, as in previous years, they won a gold medal for their performance.”

The grown-up Concordia choir will be performing a range of songs from the genres of musicals, classical, jazz, and pop, while the youth group will perform two contrasting songs.  Bewdley Concert Band will also perform a range of material, with the band and choir joining together at the end for a rousing finish.

The concert takes place at 7.30pm at Community Hall, Low Town in Bridgnorth. Tickets are available from Bridgnorth Library. If you’d like to join the choir, which meets on Thursday evenings at Morville Village Hall, give Bev a call on 07733 316992 or just turn up at 7.30pm.


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