Popular barbershop songs and renditions of modern rock classics are being performed by two of west London’s best choirs later this month to raise money for charity.
Capital Chorus barbershop singers, based in Kingsdown Methodist Church, Northfields, and the West London branch of Rock Choir, also based in Ealing, will be singing on November 15. The concert is part of the celebrations marking Capital Chorus’s 30th year. They will be singing barbershop songs as well as more unusual offerings, including one about the Springhill mining disaster in Canada in the late 1950s.
Rock Choir will give their rendition of favourites by singers such as Bon Jovi and Adele. Proceeds from the night at St Barnabas Church in Pitshanger Lane, Ealing, will go to the charity Missing People.
John Beesley of Capital Chorus, said: “It’s going to be a great evening with some of the best local talent around. Come along and hear some of your favourite songs performed in style and some great harmonies.”
Tickets cost £10 in advance and £12 on the door. Call Mr Beesley on 07963 595 930 or Christina from Rock Choir on 020 8422 9403 to buy a ticket or find out more.