A ROUSING chorus of The Rhythm of Life from the Broadway musical Sweet Charity will be sung by 250 voices as the finale of the Festival of Voices concert at Warwick Hall.
Leamington-based singing group Divertimento has organised the concert at the Warwick School concert hall, which will feature the combined voices of several local choirs, on Saturday October 7.
Divertimento director and concert organiser Sheila Koch, said: “This will be our third Festival of Voices and, once again, we will be bringing together a mix of choirs and music to this exciting new venue – Warwick Hall. Our previous concerts have been very popular with both the participating choirs and audiences and we are sure the audience, which will be attended by a number of civic dignitaries, will enjoy this evening’s concert as well.”
Divertimento chairman Andrew Mock added: “Warwick Hall is an exciting new venue for us, and gives even the smallest choral group taking part the opportunity to sing to a capacity audience of over 800.”
Singing at the concert will be Divertimento, the group of some 25 singers; Rock Choir with singers from Coventry and Warwickshire; Warwick-based Village Voices; Warwickshire’s Vocal Generation; Harbury Folk Club Choir; Warwickshire Choristers and the Royal Naval Association Male Voice Choir, based in Leamington.
Visit www.bridgehousetheatre.co,uk for tickets priced £10 (£5 children).