With just a few weeks to go until our fifth Precious Moments Concert, Nikki – our Events Fundraising Manager – checked in with a couple of the choirs taking part to see how they’re getting on in rehearsals.
Take Twenty is a lively established jazz choir who has been meeting weekly in Camden for over 35 years. They have performed at some fantastic events and venues including The Alternative Miss World Contest, The London Palladium, The Marlborough Jazz Festival and were even category Finalists in the 2010 BBC Choir of the Year Competition. Performing for the very first time at this year’s Precious Moments Concert at Middlesex University, we are sure it will be another highlight to add to their portfolio!
Graham Behr from the choir says, “Take Twenty is putting together a jazzy little show for a very worthy cause. We are excited to be performing and hope we can contribute to a special evening for Noah’s Ark!”
The spectacular Noah’s Ark Choir is also back for another year and had their first rehearsal last week. Led by the amazing Viv Bellos, MBE, Music Director and Volunteer Receptionist extraordinaire, the choir features a number of our Fundraising, Care and Community staff.
“It was great to meet up and start practicing the songs we’ll be singing on the evening. I can’t wait to take part in another Precious Moments Concert – it’s such a magical evening,” says Becca Lowe, our Community Fundraising Coordinator.
As well as a fantastic array of school, youth and adult choirs who will be coming together for the evening to sing their hearts out for you, we will also have some amazing raffle prizes up for grabs and lots of delicious festive treats to warm you up on a winter’s evening. And, if that wasn’t enough, our Noah’s Ark seasonal greetings cards, designed by the extremely talented children’s illustrator Jane Ray, will be available for purchase and will include a brand new design.
Tickets are available now so don’t delay and buy today!
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