Our 2014 Festival Concert was held on Saturday 27th April 2014,  at the Albert Hall, Nottingham.

Below are some photographs taken on the evening of  the performance.

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The choir get the concert underway with an uplifting rendition of Rachie.

Roger Holland picks up the baton for Li'l Liza Jane, featuring soloists Terry Gray and Steve Musgrove

Our guests, the Siren Sisters, get the audience tapping their feet during a set of 40s style close harmony numbers.

Isata Kanneh-Mason, our Music Maker Award winner, enthralled the audience with her performance on piano which brought about a standing ovation!

Isata is presented with the Music Makers Trophy and a cheque for £500 by Mr John Brydon.

To complete the first half, the choir is joined by the audience in a medley of songs to commemorate the outbreak of World War One.

The Pearl Fishers Duet was sung by Tenor, Geoff Brooks and Bass, David Shrine, backed by the choir.

During the second half, Isata joined Roger in a piano duet, "Variations on A Shaker Melody".

"You Make me Feel So Young" was performed jointly by the Siren Sisters and the choir towards the end of the concert.

The choir conclude their set of songs for the evening with, "Let There Be Light".

The evening closes with thanks to The Siren Sisters, Isata Kanneh-Mason, Roger Holland, John Sellers, Terry Moore and to the compere for the evening, Howard Ketton. The audience and participants concluded the evening with another stirring rendition of "Jerusalem".

Isata and the Music Team, committee members and some of our latest recruits are pictured together with guest (and Vice President) Vernon Coaker M.P.