Musical stars and talented performers gathered to “enrich lives through music” at the Christmas extravaganza for Halifax-based charity Music and the Deaf.
Around 80 people attended the popular event, which saw Merrill Osmond perform in front of a grinning audience, who travelled from as far as Wales.
The Yorkshire Deaf Music Club - a deaf orchestra that express themselves through music - carried on the party with their performance.
The Christmas event was held at the 1855 building, Halifax - the home of the internationally recognised charity since they moved to the town in October.
For more on the event, see this week’s Courier.