Free fes­tive con­cert for se­nior cit­i­zens

Te Awamutu Courier - - News -

The an­nual Se­nior Cit­i­zens Free Con­cert is back for an­other year and prom­ises to be a mu­si­cal feast.

The va­ri­ety pro­gramme fea­tures three groups — Sil­ver Belles Ladies Choir, Beatrice Hofer and En­core and RD3 Male Quar­tet.

The Sil­ver Belles grew from the com­bined Te Ku¯ iti/O¯ toro­hanga Lyceum Choirs.

The group gath­ers weekly to prac­tise and pol­ish songs for per­for­mance.

Singers range in age from 50 to 92, prov­ing that you’re never too old to sing.

RD3 is a male quar­tet which per­forms for the joy of singing.

The group will present a sing-along of old-time favourites.

En­core is a group of Waikato singers led by ac­com­plished singer Beatrice Hofer.

Its singers come from many walks of life and are united in their pas­sion for singing. For many, les­sons are a re­turn to past mu­si­cal train­ing. Oth­ers have sung all their lives but never had the op­por­tu­nity for les­sons.

The an­nual Se­nior Cit­i­zens Free Con­cert is at Te Awa­mutu Bible Chapel on Tues­day, Novem­ber 27 at 1.30pm.

For more in­for­ma­tion con­tact Dave Jack­son on 872 7832.

Photo / Sup­plied

Sil­ver Belles Ladies Choir is one of the groups per­form­ing at Tues­day’s con­cert.

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