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Chance for people to sing and raise money for hospice
People are being given the chance to perform as part of series of international concerts to raise awareness of hospice care.
St Luke’s Hospice has announced it will be taking part in the concerts all over the world to raise funds and awareness for hospice care as part of Voices for Hospices on Saturday October 19.
Choral Director Philip Barnett from Hatch End musical director, Bryan Kesselman of the Tonic Choir will be taking part for St Luke’s.
People are being given the chance to perform with more than 300 singers in the event at Harrow School's New Speech Room from 2pm to 6pm.
Mr Barnett said: "I will be conducting at the event while Bryan will be at the piano. Whether it is running choirs, composing or performing we always work closely together.
“The event is a once in a lifetime opportunity for people to sing in the prestigious and atmospheric Harrow School speech room.
“These events are always emotional for me, and that's how I like my music. It will be a great privilege for all of us to be involved.”
Those interested in taking part and performing while raising money for the hospice can find out more by clicking here.
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