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Chordiality Choir - For the Love of Singing

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Chordiality Choir proudly presents 'For the Love of Singing' - a brand new show featuring renditions of some of the world's most famous works.

Playing at the All Hallows' School Concert Hall on Sunday 9th November from 2pm, this event will see the talented members of the Chordiality Choir perform alongside special guests Emlyn & Jodie O'Regan from Adelaide, who are regarded as "Spellbinding Acappella Singers".

The programme for the event will be diverse and consists of Verdi's Anvil Chorus, Habanera from Carmen, Hallelujah Chorus, Schubert's Ave Maria, Mozart's Laudate Dominum and some jazzy favourites!

The Chordaility Choir is conducted by Chris Bradley and Simon Carl is the accompanist. This will be Chris' his last concert with the Chordiality Choir as he is heading to Germany to further his experiences.

Tickets for this anticipated event are priced $25 for Adults; $20 for Concession Holders and $10 for children.

This ticket price includes refreshments, which will be served after the concert event.

To make a booking please contact Betty Norman on 3818 0017 or betty.norman@optusnet.com.au.

Early bookings are advised as there is limited seating.

For more information on the Chordiality Choir or this upcoming event, please visit the official website.

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When: Sunday 9 November 2014 from 2pm
Where: All Hallows' School Concert Hall, Ann Street, Fortitude Valley
Cost: Adults $25, Concession $20, Children $10
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