THE CHOIR IS BACK
FOR ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY
On dry land in the
Lovett Bay Boatshed for one performance only
Just when you
thought you might have missed the Pittwater Community Choir….here is
your chance to see them in action.
night the Pittwater
Community Choir will be on dry land in the Lovett Bay Boatshed for one
The show starts at 7 pm and if you are coming by boat you can tie
up at the boat shed marina. The ferry wharf is right alongside.
Bring a picnic for once the singing is done the choir might just want
to party!! If you have friends who want to come and listen they
can tie up at the
boat shed marina or, better still, raft up just off the marina.
There they can lie back and listen to the soaring altos, the solo
trumpet and Kapellmeister Heard’s brilliant piano playing….to say
nothing of the stunning sound of the choir.
Scott’s solo on O Holy Night will never sound better as it resounds
across Lovett Bay.
Yea, even unto Elvina and the Point the choir will be heard. The walls
of the Pasadena might yet fall! Hope you can make it to this once in a
year show !!
Church Point NSW 2105
Mob: 0403 442 046
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