Local children from Colerne C of E School will join the Bath Male Choir and Bath Chorus at the National Osteoporosis Society’s annual Christmas concert, Sing! on Wednesday 26 November 2014. The evening will take place in beautiful Bath Abbey hosted by former Liver Bird and veteran comedy star, Nerys Hughes, who is a patron of the charity.
Highly respected choir leader and musician, Grenville Jones, will conduct the Bath Male Choir and Bath Chorus in a programme of festive music and carols. There will also be performances from Bath’s 2013 Young Musician of the Year: Kirsty Chaplin, and local school choir Colerne C of E Primary School who will be singing their own specially written composition ‘Footprints’.
Claire Wynne Hughes, Fundraising Director with the National Osteoporosis Society said:
“ We’re very excited to announce our fourth annual Christmas concert, guaranteed to fill you with the festive spirit. As a charity born and based in Bath, it’s a privilege to be able to stage this very special event in magical Bath Abbey. The National Osteoporosis Society was founded 28 years ago at the ‘Min’ and ever since, has been at the forefront of the fight against osteoporosis. Sing! will enable us to continue to support the three million people with osteoporosis in the UK and the thousands of people affected by painful and debilitating broken bones every year. It also provides a wonderful chance for many for our local supporters and friends to celebrate together, so please come along and support us on this very special night.”
Tickets are available from Bath Box Office on 01225 463362 or online at www.bathboxoffice.org.uk . Ti ckets are priced at £20, £15 and £8 . Concessions are available.
All of the money raised will go towards the National Osteoporosis Society.