Concert was a note-able performance

PUBLISHED: 08:52 15 January 2009 | UPDATED: 15:58 11 May 2010

Although it s been a while since our concert, memories from it will I hope still bring a much needed glow to all your readers who so kindly came to support us. It was again a large and very lively audience, producing a really festive and warm atmosphere.

Although it's been a while since our concert, memories from it will I hope still bring a much needed glow to all your readers who so kindly came to support us.

It was again a large and very lively audience, producing a really festive and warm atmosphere.

The delicious smell of mince pies and mulled wine wafting across the church may have had something to do with it, as well as the beautiful singing of the youth choir as they processed through to the front of the audience.

Santa's HatBand all looked very jolly in their Santa hats and they too made a great sound, full of good cheer.

The audience gamely rose to the challenge as our musical director, David Boarder worked them as hard as a professional choir, to the point of being heckled by a down-to-earth 10-year-old who just wanted to get on and sing!!

Lots of fun was had by all, and we look forward to seeing our many loyal supporters at our next concert, which will be in Melbourn on March 7.

Visit our web site www.roystonchoralsoc.org.uk for more details.

Elisabeth Spain

Publicity Officer, Royston Choral Society

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