NEW MUSIC MAKERS STRIKE GOLD!! This year the NEW MUSIC MAKERS  choir from Hedge End celebrate it’s  50th year of existence.

 

Their GOLDEN YEAR has had a fabulous start as members of the choir have recently presented cheques to the grand total of 
£1408.00 to Naomi House and Countess Mountbatten Hospice charities. This money was raised over a very busy and successful Christmas Season with many appearances across the local community as well as their own sell out concerts.

 

The choir was formally established in 1970 and as well as MUSIC MAKING together through the years, thousands of pounds have been raised for charity. Founder member Tom Rodaway said, “we started with songs from ‘Joseph’s Technicolour Dreamcoat’ and since then have developed a comprehensive music library of contempo-rary songs.”


Current chairperson Lin Kellaway added, “we enjoy our singing but also work hard preparing for performances so that they are special events for those who attend. We are always looking to bring in new members and anyone who is interested should get in touch.”

 

Throughout 2020 the choir are holding various events including their GOLDEN CONCERT on Saturday 6th June. This will be a special concert to celebrate their 50 years so make sure you get your tickets early.


Their website: www.newmusicmakers.com has contact and performance details.


Congratulations NEW MUSIC MAKERS - here’s to the next 50 years!!

 

GOLDEN CONCERT

Saturday 6th June 2020

Time - 7:00 pm


Location: KCC,Upper Northam Road, Hedge End, Southampton, SO30 4BZ

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