Chichester Voices will be presenting their summer concert in Bosham this year, at Holy Trinity Church, on Sunday 17th June at 6.30pm.
This renowned local chamber choir is well known for the wide range of repertoire it performs, both sacred and secular, and particularly enjoys singing ‘a capella’ music. Some favourites will be featured, including Gershwin’s ‘Summertime‘, John Rutter’s ‘Sprig of Thyme‘, and arrangements of ‘A Drunken Sailor‘ & ‘Blow the Wind Southerly‘. The choir will be conducted by Andrew Naylor, accompanied by Richard Copeland, and will be raising money for The Cure Parkinson’s Trust. Wine & soft drinks will be available in the interval.
Tickets are £12 (OAP & children concessions £10) and are available from Chichester Voices on 07900 098197, online at www.chichestervoices.org.uk, in the church and on the door.