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Ladies Who Sing to perform concert in Wells

PUBLISHED: 06:30 12 September 2018

Janet Kelsey directing the Fakenham Choral Society. Picture:  IAN BURT.

Janet Kelsey directing the Fakenham Choral Society. Picture: IAN BURT.

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An all-female choir will perform in a concert in Wells.

The group Ladies Who Sing, led by Janet Kelsey, former musical director of Fakenham Choral Society, will be at St Nicholas Church on Saturday, October 13, at 7.30pm.

They will perform a programme of light classics and popular favourites.

Audience members will be able to enjoy the music of composers such as Bach, Bacharach, Mozart and Abba, to name but a few.

Eleven-year-old Wells choirboy Henry Parkes will be joining the choir as soloist, along with soprano Lucy Stenhouse.

Singing together as a duet they will sing Pie Jesu from Lloyd Webber’s Requiem and Panis Angelicus by Cesar Franck.

The accompanist will be the distinguished concert pianist David Neil Jones.

Tickets are available at the door priced at £10 (under 18s free of charge).

Are you involved in a musical event? E mail adam.lazzari@archant.co.uk

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