Concert pays tribute to ANZACs

A SYMPHONY of voices will pay tribute to Australia’s fallen service men, women and their families when Choral Productions Tasmania Inc presents its ANZAC Day concert.

Held on Tuesday 25 April, The Lincoln Singers, Southern Voices and Men in Black will combine to present a two-hour concert, which kicks off at 2.30pm in the CityWide Convention Centre.

Nicole and Scott Farrow from Hobart’s music theatre scene will join the three choirs, with Emily Wynhoven on harp.

The Clarence City Band will also make an appearance under the direction of new conductor, Andrew McLean.

Song performances will include ‘God Bless Australia’, ‘The Spirit of the ANZACS’, ‘Where Have All the Flowers Gone?’ and the much-loved ‘Jerusalem’.

Tickets will be available from 1 April at Bertoz Jewellers, Channel Court in Kingston and the Bellerive and Lindisfarne newsagencies.

Tickets cost $29 or $25 for concession.

The CityWide Convention Centre is located at 400 Cambridge Road, Mornington.

Caption: Choral Productions will present its Anzac Day concert, featuring local choir groups The Lincoln Singers, Southern Voices and Men in Black, on 25 April.

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