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Wednesday, 25 December 2013

Total Voice spread Christmas Cheer

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Total Voice contemporary and chamber choirs wowed patients and staff at Lymington Hospital with a special Christmas performance on Wednesday 18th December.
 
The event started off with some great rock and pop classics sung by the Contemporary Choir including What Christmas Means to Me and Driving Home for Christmas. Then the Chamber Choir performed some beautiful repertoire including Carol of the Bells and O Holy Night. Finally both choirs came together and sang carols along with the audience.
 
Lymington Hospital has the most amazing acoustics with its large open space and it was such a treat for the singers who are always keen to support their local hospital.
 
Total Voice Directors Christine Mulgrew and Victoria Hopkins said "We felt so proud if everyone today, it was a very special event and the perfect way to finish what has been a terrific year for Total Voice. We'd like to thank all of our members for their enthusiasm and dedication".
 
The choirs are taking a break now for Christmas but will be back in the new year learning some new songs for their next projects. Total Voice will also be running a programme of workshops open to all, watch this space!
 
Total Voice Choir
 
 

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