Healing notes for hospice
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.