Choir first performance raises £1,400
ACHOIR made its first public appearance and raised over £1,400 for charity.
The Chess Valley University of the Third Age Singing For Pleasure Choir performed in the Broadway Baptist Church, The Broadway, Chesham.
The Chess Valley U3A Choir led by Kathryn Oxley sang a variety of pieces including the Hallelujah chorus from Handel’s Messiah and Kathryn Oxley sang The Magic of the MGM Musicals.
Debbie Fox, flautist, performed Musical Postcards, pieces from around the world and Daniel Hogan, pianist, played one of his own compositions.
They raised £871 from ticket sales before the event as well as the money raised at the event itself.
Co-ordinator for Scannappeal, Jilly George said: “I am absolutely delighted with the amount the choir raised at this event, we also collected £565 at the event itself. It will all go to the Sound Appeal to provide advanced diagnostic scanners for patients with hearing problems.”