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A capella choirs to perform in Grantham ‘Spring Sing’




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More than 90 talented singers will join together on Friday, April 29 to perform a ‘Spring Sing’ at Walton Girls’ School in Grantham.

The concert will feature two of the greatest accapella choirs in the East Midlands, Raised in Song and Syncapella.

Hear music by the best loved singer/ songwriters of the past 50 years, including songs by Neil Young, Simon & Garfunkel, Bob Dylan, The Turtles, Michael Jackson, Julian Lennon and Santana in glorious harmony.

The group will throw in some beautiful, uplifting songs from around the world and a generous helping of brand new songs you’ve not heard from them before.

Syncapella will bring 60 singers from across the East Midlands - bringing hope, joy, soul and funky goodness to your ears in acapella harmony.

They will be joined by Raised In Song, a community of like-minded singers, bringing together a love of contemporary music. Led by singer/ songwriter Abi Moore, vocal tuition is built into every session and the group learns by ear and practice in between sessions with online exercises and recordings. No need to read music.

Join both choirs at the delightful performance on Friday, April 29 at Walton Girl’s School in Grantham, 7.30pm.

Tickets are priced at £10 each (£8 concessions) and can be purchased in advance by calling 07999 945942 or online at www.wegottickets.com.

Find out more about both groups by visiting their Facebook pages at facebook.com/syncapella and facebook.com/raisedinsong



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