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Classic songs set to inspire
Illumina Voices, directed by Deborah Munro, is building a fine reputation as a choir with beautiful voices, great musicality and an excellent standard. This vibrant women's choir has over 40 members who enjoy a love of singing, music and harmony. Illumina Voices is a not for profit and supports community health projects associated with women, children and families.
They are looking forward to performing a Swoon in June concert and have put together a program of timeless classics to move and inspire. The choir is thrilled to be presenting a selection of well known and much loved songs on Sunday, 21st June at 2pm in Scots Church, North Terrace.
The songs will be arranged in themed brackets: In Celebration of Singing,Love and Loss, All Creatures Great and Small, Spiritual Yearning, Celebration of Nature and Movements from Handel's Messiah. Audiences will be inspired by a range of classic songs in a wide variety of styles, from Handel's "He Shall Feed His Flock", "Sondheim's "Send in the Clowns" and Martini's "Plaisir d'Amour" to Lloyd-Weber's "I Don't Know How to Love Him" and "Pie Jesu", as well as Elgar's haunting "The Snow", featuring lyrical dual violin obligato.
Afternoon tea is included, tickets ($20 and $17 concession) available at the door or through Trybooking.com/HNYS Book early to avoid disappointment. Further info available on their website here