KIDDERMINSTER choirs will join together in harmony to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and raise funds for war-torn Ukraine

Kidderminster Town Hall is presenting two concerts to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee and to show support for the people of Ukraine.

The performances will see a host of choirs and musicians from across the Wyre Forest and beyond come together that will have the audience singing along and waving their flags with pride.

The Kidderminster Male Choir, The Kidderminster Choral Society, and The Valentines are just a few of the artists performing over the two dates.

Matt Smith and Nina Price from Kidderminster Town Hall have said: “We are very proud to be able to host these fantastic concerts that will see so many local musicians coming together to not only celebrate all things British, but to also raise much-needed funds for Ukraine.

“Kidderminster Town Hall was built over 150 years ago specifically for concerts like this and it will be an amazing and uplifting experience to hear so many of our wonderful local choirs singing together in our grand Music Room.”

Public performances of music and singing have faced several restrictions for two years.

Robin Copeman, Lindsay White and Doreen Harkins who are collaborating with Kidderminster Town Hall said: “Recent events in Ukraine have also focused our minds and opened our hearts and we now intend to reflect that in our concert programmes.

“Whilst the second half of the show will certainly celebrate in sound and light the Platinum Jubilee, we will use the opening to present music and song showing a humanitarian reflection on our world. In addition all donations raised at these events will go to the Disasters Emergency Committee’s Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal.”

The two concerts will take place on Saturday, May 28 and Saturday, June 18 at Kidderminster Town Hall.

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