A whole world of song – a concert of exquisite harmony singing
For each of the last seven years, choirmaster Chris Rowbury has conjured a choir from scratch in just six rehearsals. For the first time ever he is bringing this singing project to Woodbridge.
Chris has taken a bunch of local singers on a virtual Singing Safari to gather songs from all around the world. The group have polished these songs and are now ready for a performance at St. Mary’s Church, Market Hill, Woodbridge on Saturday 24 March.
Special guests Scunsulata from Norfolk will be joining the Singing Safari group. The two vocal ensembles will present a concert of exquisite and enchanting harmony singing to revive the spirits. This promises to be an evening of singing to stir the soul and warm the heart. Tickets are now on sale.
"Well what a resounding success! The guy sitting next to me didn't believe it was a scratch choir." Audience member, March 2017
“Amazing stuff ... magically turning a bunch of strangers into a group of singers who sound beautiful in such a short time.” Member of the Singing Safari
The concert starts at 7.30pm and tickets are £6 (£3 under 16s). Buy on-line at www.chrisrowbury.com or by phoning Chris on 01394 610 486. Some tickets may be available on the door.
Chris Rowbury has 30 years’ experience as a patient, charismatic teacher with a relaxed style laced with plenty of humour. He founded local community choir The OK Chorale in 2011. He continues to create two further Singing Safari choirs each year in Suffolkand Essex.
For more information, go to www.chrisrowbury.com or phone Chris on 01394 610 486