Packed audience enjoy choir's summer celebration concert

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For the All Together Now Choir, who are very proud of their previous performances at the Halifax Piece Hall, their performance on Saturday with the Bradford Concert Band was a resounding success!

A packed audience at the beautiful St John's Church, in Great Horton, Bradford, were delighted with numbers from the choir and the band, and applauded every song with enthusiasm and joy. Performers were thrilled to look out from the stage and see such rapt faces, sometimes smiling, and sometimes emotional.

The astounding acoustics worked so well with their song choices, which included A Thousand Years, Blinded by Your Grace, Billy Joel's Turn the Lights Back On, and Gary Barlow's Sing, one of the choir's especial favourites.

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The Concert Band played a variety of stunning pieces, including a haunting medley from West Side Story.

The ATN Choir ready to performThe ATN Choir ready to perform
The ATN Choir ready to perform

Highlights for the choir were performing 4 songs, including Bridge Over Troubled Water, Africa, and Music by John Miles, accompanied by the band!

Choir members' comments included: 'a brilliant night' 'so proud to be part of All Together Now' 'great singing, great band, and cake' ' a perfect set list' 'thank you Chris and everyone else for a wonderful evening of music.'

Special thanks go to the wonderful hosts at the church, who always make the choir feel so welcome. But thanks go to absolutely everyone involved in this very special evening.

Musical Director Chris Kemp should have the last words: ' 'Shall we do it again next year?'

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