Our 2016 Festival Concert was held at the Albert Hall, Nottingham on Saturday 30th April 2016.

Click to read a review of the Concert by Post reporter Peter Jordan

Click to read what our audience said after the show!

Below are some photographs taken on the evening.

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The evening gets underway with a spirited rendition of Jesus Shall Reign from the choir, accompanied by John Sellers on piano and Roger Holland on keyboard.

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A capacity audience enjoys the opening set from the choir, which also included The Lost Chord.

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Our chairman, Rick Morrish, welcomes the audience.

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In spite of a malfunctioning microphone, compere Howard Ketton makes himself heard!

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Braimah Kanneh-Mason is awarded the Music Makers trophy by sponsor Mr. John Brydon.

Braimah performs 'Melodie' by Tchaikovsky, with his sister Isata accompanying.

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Sheku performs a solo spot too. He is to become the BBC Young Musician winner in just a few weeks time.

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The Kanneh-Masons thrill the audience with classical medleys and a Hungarian Dance!

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The first half concludes with the choir in fine voice, singing Nessun Dorma.

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The start of the second half brings laughter to the audience when the multitalented Howard Ketton joins the choir in a Gene Kelly impression during 'Singing in the Rain'!

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Roger Holland leads the choir in a spirited rendition of Vive L'Amour.

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The Kanneh-Masons receive a 'standing ovation' at the end of their second half set.

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With the evening drawing to a close, the choir sings 'Tell My Father' with Braimah adding a lovely violin part.

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Accompanied by all of the Kanneh-Masons, the choir concludes with the 'Anvil Chorus and 'Canon in D'

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It just remains for all involved in the concert and the audience to complete the evening with a stirring rendition of 'Jerusalem'.

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Terry, John and Roger feeling pleased with the performance!

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The Kanneh-Masons pictured with a proud mum (Kadie) and dad (Stuart).