Heal­ing notes for hospice

South Waikato News - - ENTERTAINMENT -

Te Awa­mutu Rose­town Cho­ris­ters are back to put their har­monies to per­fect use in Pu­taruru to raise funds for hospice.

The choir will per­form a ben­e­fit con­cert called Flo­ral Notes at the St Ai­dan’s Pres­by­te­rian Church on June 30 at 2pm.

Cho­ris­ter Helen Putt in­vites the com­mu­nity to ex­pe­ri­ence the power of mu­sic.

‘‘The theme is flo­ral notes so all the songs say some­thing about flow­ers, trees or na­ture. The pro­gramme will be­gin with Ev­ery­thing’s Com­ing up Roses, and The Last Rose of Sum­mer. Other songs in­clude Where Have All the Flow­ers Gone?, The Ash Grove, By Cool Siloam’s Shady Rill, Edel­weiss,The Road to the Isles, A Branch of May, Early One Morn­ing, In a Monastery Gar­den and the fi­nal song is What a Won­der­ful World.’’

The Te Awa­mutu Cho­ris­ters also have five mem­bers from Pu­taruru Ad­mis­sion is $10, and un­der 16s are free of charge.

BACK FOR A CAUSE: The Te Awa­mutu Rose­town Cho­ris­ters are back to per­form a ben­e­fit con­cert for hospice.

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