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Raising Their Voices in Lloyd Webber Tribute

They’ve performed at top venues around the country and with such household names as Russell Watson and Aled Jones, but Tideswell Male Voice Choir has never appeared at Lowther Pavilion before. That’s about to change when the choir brings its Tribute to Andrew Lloyd Webber to the venue on Sunday September 13.

The acclaimed north west choir and guests will perform songs from hit musicals like Phantom of the Opera and Jesus Christ Superstar, along with a range of other contemporary song and musical hits. Under the direction of Dennis Kay, the choir’s principal conductor and director of music, supported by principal accompanist Christopher Ellis with Derrick Mcgill on percussion, this group of more than 50 singers will be joined by some top young vocalists for a magical musical journey.

In recent years, the choir has produced and performed at a wide range of events alongside such well-known names as Aled Jones, The Band of the Royal Air Force, The Bachelors and the original Military Wives Choir. They were invited to join Russell Watson (The Voice) on his UK tour, ‘Up Close and Personal’ where they earned high praise from the press, the musicians from the show and Watson himself.

Doors open at 7 pm for a 7.30 pm start. For tickets, call the Box Office on: 01253 794221 or visit the website.

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