Back by popular demand on Saturday 20th July, Kidderminster Town Hall and the Valentines will again host the Alcester Victoria Silver Band in a “Summer Spectacular” featuring music from stage and screen.
The audience who enjoyed the Autumn joint concert last year will certainly not be disappointed with this year’s very varied and exciting new programme, whilst new audience members will undoubtedly enjoy the wonderful atmosphere and songs from shows spanning many eras.
The concert is in support of Kemp Hospice and Pancreatic Cancer UK. Tickets are priced £10 and £12 and are available from Kidderminster Town Hall, Beards Ironmongers in Bridge Street and Judy Morris on 01562 751753. The concert starts at 7:30pm and doors open at 7pm.
Wonderful Women in Wollaston
Friday March 8th is International Women’s Day and to mark it a musical celebration of wonderful women will be held at St. James’ Church in Wollaston at 7.30 pm. Taking part are: Ayaki Davies (Piano), Hannah McFarland (Soprano) and the Grace Notes presenting a varied programme of music, mostly composed by women.
All are welcome and tickets may be purchased in advance (£8 – call 01299 825621) or on the door (£10). All proceeds to CAMFED -a charity offering educational to girls in impoverished communities around the world.
The Valentines held their annual concert at Kidderminster Town Hall on April 28th, celebrating their 30th anniversary. Their guests were the Kidderminster Male Choir who were responsible for bringing the first group of ladies together to form the choir, being originally made up of wives and girlfriends of the male choir.
A varied programme of music was enjoyed by the capacity audience, culminating in a piece of music especially written for the event by Valentines Principle Accompanist Morfudd Sinclair called Just Keep Believing.
The Valentines are celebrating their 30th anniversary with a concert at Kidderminster Town Hall at 7.30 on Saturday 28th April where they will be joined by their male counterparts The Kidderminster Male Choir.
A mixed repertoire is guaranteed from both choirs, culminating in a piece written by the Valentines principle accompanist Morfudd Sinclair especially for the concert called Just Keep Believing which will be sung by both choirs.
Tickets are still available from the Town Hall, choir members and the usual outlets.
Our annual concert will be at Kidderminster Town Hall on Saturday 6th May and our guests will be the Liverpool Male Choir, joining us for the first time on home ground after we sang with them on tour last summer.
Tickets are available from the usual places or choir members.
It’s that time of year when the choir get out their tinsel and sleigh bells out as we start our Christmas concerts.
First up is next Saturday when we visit Pound Green, followed by a trip to Malvern three counties on Sunday for the Christmas show. Next weekend we join our good friends Kidderminster Male Choir for their Christmas Concert on Saturday 10th at Kidderminster Town Hall before taking a trip down the road to Bewdley to join Bewdley Concert Band on Sunday 18th at St Anne’s Church. So grab your tinsel and Santa hats and join us if you can!
Our next concert will be with Bridgnorth Male Voice Choir on October 8th at Castle Hall, West Castle Street Bridgnorth WV16 4AF.
An invitation to Celebrate Her Majesty’s 90th Birthday with The Kidderminster Valentines.
The evening opens at 7pm with a welcome drink.
Join us and the Kidderminster Valentines for a celebration of the life of our Queen, with rich, four part harmonious songs covering her nine glorious decades. Programmes will be available to buy on the evening.
There will be an opportunity to enjoy a piece of birthday cake, sing happy birthday to Her Majesty, and view the beautiful magnolia tree which was planted by Queen Elizabeth herself.
Available from the booking office on 01299 250416
Or call in at the County Museum at Hartlebury Castle.
Ticket holders are welcome to bring their own picnics to enjoy in the carriage circle from 6pm onwards.
Once again The Valentines played host last Saturday at Kidderminster Town Hall for their annual Valentines concert, and their special guests this year were Worcester Male Voice Choir.
With a varied repertoire by both choirs and a first outing for two new numbers by the Valentines (Happy and Feed the Birds) an appreciative audience enjoyed a superb evening of music.