Surrey Hills – Family Summer concert

This year’s Surrey Hills summer family concert will take place on Saturday 1st July at 6pm at Cranleigh Village Hall. The concert features the Surrey Hills Singers (Mum’s choir) , Young Voices and Training Choir and promises to be a fantastic evening with a programme suitable for all the family. The choirs will perform a mix of styles and favourites include Cups, Hakuna Matata, Flashlight, Singing in the Rain, Skyfall, A Thousand Years, I got Rhythm, Linden Lea and many more. We don’t perform hiding behind folders, but sing from memory so we can share the emotion of each song and engage directly with you, our audience.

We will make you smile, laugh, cry and applaud with the choice and delivery of songs and quality of singing. Some songs are choreographed to add even more entertainment value, as well as being lots of fun for the singers to learn at rehearsals! You may not know any of the performers, but do still join us for a wonderful evening of great singing. You won’t be disappointed. Refreshments are included in the ticket price and are held after the concert with the performers. All three of these choirs are un-auditioned and new members will be welcome in September. Our ladies choir (Surrey Hills Singers) rehearse Monday mornings in Ewhurst; the Training Choir and Young Voices rehearse after school on Mondays in Cranleigh.

All choirs sing a variety of styles of music – though our young choirs sing mainly pop, Disney, musicals and gospel – and rehearsals focus on learning vocal technique and improving musicianship alongside learning the songs. The camaraderie of singing in a group is great for personal well-being as well as keeping the brain active. Singing also helps children in many ways educationally too and is the perfect way to improve confidence through performance. It’s a very stimulating, relaxing and fun hobby. What better way to keep fit and healthy or share a hobby with your child? Come and sing with us in September.

Contact Debbie for further details (see below).

Tickets for the concert are £10 for adults and £4 for children under 16 . Tickets are available on the door, or through contacting Debbie at , or calling 01483 276281

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