WMC: March 2017
The newly established children's choir, 'Caritas', will give it's first concert (on it's own) on March 31st, in aid of Christian Aid, here at church.
You may have seen their debut in Opera Unmasked performance of Hansel & Gretel — in which they undertook to sing the parts of enchanted 'gingerbread children'.
Their first concert will take place at 7pm when they will sing a variety of children's choral music, interspersed with vocal and instrumental solos.
Come and hear songs about spooks, falling stars and Ol' Dan Tucker — together with a grand medley from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang!
Friday 31st March 2017 Wantage Methodist Church, 7pm
Tickets on the door £7 (kids free)
For enquiries email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Conductor: Sheenagh Dernie
Accompanist: Gill Skidmore
Deputy Accompanist: Jenny Smith
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