A Celebration of Life
Those irrepressible, musical Tartan Harmony ladies are inviting their friends – old, new and friends to be – to come to a celebration of loved ones’ lives, to support the Good Grief Project, which helps people come to terms with bereavement in positive and creative ways.
The concert will be held on Thursday November 2nd, at 7.30 pm in Bonhill Parish church and tickets, priced at just £3, are available from the church office or via the choir Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/TartanHarmony/
This will not be a sad or melancholy occasion, the ladies insist, but a joyful celebration of life and love.
In addition to the close harmonies of Tartan Harmony, there will be appearances by other friends of the award-winning a cappella chorus:
Their very own musical director, Sian Winstanley, who’s getting a name locally for her lovely evenings of swing, as well as international acclaim as a classical Soprano, will sing.
Award-winning song-writer and harpist Pauline Vallance will be joining the other guests, fresh from her tour of Canada and after delighting the Edinburgh Fringe with her combination of quirky, humorous songs and more thoughtful pieces.
Tartan Harmony’s ‘little sister’ the quartet JAMM! will be providing their own harmonies on the evening, and Alicia Tindal will be singing solo, so the evening is set to be packed with music along with poetry and readings.
On top of this, there will be free refreshments in the interval, so buy your tickets now before they sell out.