Students to sing with top Welsh male voice choir

PUBLISHED: 17:28 22 April 2008 | UPDATED: 21:45 15 June 2010

TWO concerts will be held in Lyme Regis next month to raise money for the town's church organ appeal. The Bridgend Male Voice Choir will perform in the resort on May 3 and 4.

TWO concerts will be held in Lyme Regis next month to raise money for the town's church organ appeal.

The Bridgend Male Voice Choir will perform in the resort on May 3 and 4.

The first concert will be held at The Woodroffe School at 7pm, with pupils from the school choir singing alongside, and with a supporting jazz band conducted by director of music at Woodroffe Jon Cullimore.

Mr Cullimore said: "We are looking forward to this unique opportunity to join forces with such a prestigious choir in concert.

"It will be a fabulous experience for pupils and audience alike."

The second concert takes place at St Michael's Church, with a 90-strong male choir performing pieces ranging from popular Welsh classics to opera excerpts.

Ticekts are available from Lyme Regis Tourist Information Centre on (01297) 442138.

All proceeds go the Lyme Regis Organ Appeal. For more information on the charity, visit www.lymeregisorganappeal.com.

Organisers advise people to purchase tickets in advance as seating may be limited.

The appeal fund's jumble sale last week was deemed a success by organisers, with 200 attending and £527 being raised for the appeal.


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