Kimberley Community Band in concert

Another concert coming up on January 24

The Kimberley Community Choir and the Kimberley Community Band combined forces in December, presenting a joint Christmas Concert to a full house in All Saints anglican Church Hall. Both groups performed selections individually as well as together in the medleys “Snow” and Leroy Anderson’s ever popular, “A Christmas Festival”. The packed audience got into the spirit of things, singing enthusiastically in all the many sing-alongs during the show. Highlighting the evening was Choir director Marta Zeeger’s beautiful rendition of “Ave Maria” accompanied by the Band. That brought the audience to its feet for a standing ovation.

The Community Band will again be presenting a public concert on Thursday January 24th, 7:30 PM in the All Saints Church Hall with special guests, Ian Hutchinson and Toni Stewart from Sydney Australia.

Thanks to generous donations at the door, the Food Bank received $350.00 and a quantity of food.

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