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St. Andrew's Church, Chew Magna

From The Top Choirs - A Celebration of Love and Nature through Song

Cam Valley mixed voice choir and Men Of Chew male voice choir join forces to present an evening of celebration of love and nature through song. Proceeds to be donated to Parkinson’s UK, and Cardiac Risk in the Young. Ticket price includes a free drink during the interval.

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From The Top Choirs - A Celebration of Love and Nature through Song
From The Top Choirs - A Celebration of Love and Nature through Song

Time & Location

06 Jul 2024, 19:30 – 21:30

St. Andrew's Church, Chew Magna, S Parade, Chew Magna, Bristol BS40 8SH, UK

About the event

Cam Valley mixed voice choir and Men Of Chew male voice choir join forces to present an evening of celebration of love and nature through song. All proceeds to be donated to Parkinson’s UK (www.parkinsons.org.uk/) and Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY, www.c-r-y.org.uk/).

St. Andrew Church, South Parade, Chew Magna BS40 8SH

Programme 

Go The Distance – Alan Menken arr. John Leavitt 

Ashokan Farewell – Jay Ungar arr. Carole Stephens 

For the Beauty of the Earth – Pierpoint & Gilpin 

Lonesome Road – James Taylor 

Ticket To Ride – Lennon & McCartney arr. Roger Emerson 

Song To the Siren – Tim Buckley arr. Dom Stichbury 

Galway Bay – Trad. Irish arr. Emily Crocker 

Save the Last Dance For Me – Pomus & Shuman arr. Jay Althouse 

Go, Lassie Go – Trad. Scottish arr. Mark Sirett 

The Water Is Wide – Trad. Scottish arr. Colin Kirkpatrick 

You Raise Me Up – Graham & Lovland arr. Roger Emerson 

Interval 

Heading Home – D & J Perry 

Black is the Colour – Trad. American arr. V C Johnson 

My Girl – Smokey Robinson arr. Roger Emerson 

He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother – Bobby Scott arr. Jay Althouse 

Beyond The Sea – Lasry & Trenet arr. Audrey Snyder 

The Wind Beneath My Wings – Henley & Silbar arr. Tom Fettke 

Count The Stars – Andy Beck 

How Does A Moment Last Forever? – Alan Menken arr. Mac Huff 

Have I Told You Lately – Van Morrison arr. Paul Langford 

O Danny Boy – Trad. Irish arr. Bob Chilcott 

Love Changes Everything – Andrew Lloyd Webber arr. Ed Lojeski

Parkinson’s UK are a charity whose purpose is to  improve life for those who live with Parkinson’s and are  on a mission to find life-changing treatments for those  affected by this disease. They have invested over £100m  into breakthrough that has delivered groundbreaking  discoveries, new medication and better care. People  living with Parkinson’s, scientists and supporters,  fundraisers and families, carers and clinicians all work  side by side as they fight for a fairer future. Parkinson’s  UK encourage anyone to get involved and help them  through volunteering, fundraising and raising  awareness. Website: https://www.parkinsons.org.uk

Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) are a charity who fight  to prevent young, sudden cardiac deaths through  awareness, screening and research and supporting  affected families. Formed in 1995, CRY supports young  people diagnosed with potentially life-threatening  cardiac conditions and offers bereavement support to  families affected by young, sudden cardiac deaths. It  funds medical research and promotes and help develop  heart-screening programmes. It also publishes crucial  medical information written by leading cardiologists and  works with leading UK hospitals. Website: https://www.c-r-y.org.uk

Tickets

  • Unreserved Seating

    This ticket includes a free drink during the interval

    £10.00
    +£0.25 service fee
    Sale ended

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