Over £1000 Raised for Acorn Children's Hospice
Representatives from Voices In Harmony present a cheque for £1180 to Acorns Children's Hospice.
Voices In Harmony together with Travelling Brass, a superb group of brass players from various parts of the UK, and Pure Harmony, the Voices In Harmony young people's choir, staged their annual Christmas charity concert at Holy Trinity Church, Old Hill on Saturday 15 December 2018. The charity chosen for this year was Acorns Children's Hospice. Over £1000 had been raised at the time of the concert.
Photographs by courtesy of Rich Hackett
Voices In Harmony will be continuing to raise money for Acorns Children’s Hospice at Barnett Hill Garden Centre on the morning of Christmas Eve where they will be singing Christmas music.
Concert Raises £1285 For Dementia UK
Cornbow Hall, Halesowen was the venue for our 'Friday Night is Music Night' concert on 5 October 2018 to raise finds for Dementia UK who provide specialist dementia support for families through their Admiral Nurse service
Voices In Harmony were joined by special guests The West Midlands Fellowship Band.
The audience enjoyed a varied programme from both the band and Voices In Harmony, together with an informative and interesting short presentation about the work of Dementia UK and it's Admiral Nurse service from a volunteer representative speaking from first hand experience.
The concert raised a total of £1285 for Dementia UK. A big thank you to all who supported us.
Voices In Harmony 21st Birthday Concert Raises Over £3000 For The Mary Stevens Hospice
On Saturday 12 May 2018 Voices In Harmony hosted a charity concert at Dudley Town Hall in support of The Mary Stevens Hospice in Stourbridge, and to celebrate their 21st anniversary. The concert raised £3860 for the Hospice
Three other local choirs, Gentlemen Songsters Male Voice Choir, Colla Voce Chamber Choir and Viva Musica joined with Voices In Harmony for this concert. Radio & TV legend Don Maclean MBE ably compered the proceedings with his distinctive brand of humour!
The audience, which included civic dignitaries from both Sandwell and Dudley and also representatives from The Mary Stevens Hospice, enjoyed a range of music covering most genres from classical through the musicals to Queen!
All of the money raised through the concert has now been donated to Mary Stevens Hospice, with representatives of the choir handing over a cheque for £3860 to fundraisers on 20 June 2018.
Charlotte Schofield, Head of Fundraising & Lottery, Mary Stevens Hospice Group said:
“It was an evening that will live long in the memory of everyone in attendance, and a truly wonderful way to celebrate 21 years of such a fantastic organisation.
For our patients to have been chosen as the beneficiaries of such a wonderful evening really is overwhelming and we're so grateful to everyone who worked so hard to bring the concert to life in support of our families.
Here's to the next 21 years!”
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A Poem For Voices In Harmony
A member of the audience at our Christmas Charity Concert at Holy Trinity Church, Old Hill on 16 December 2017 was moved to write the following poem about the concert. We are grateful to David Macklin for allowing us to publish his work.
Old Hill Parish Church
Old Hill Parish Church
is resplendent in its Christmas attire
and is blessed tonight
with brass band and melodious choir.
Festival Of Remembrance 2017
The 11th Cradley Heath Salvation Army and Voices In Harmony Festival Of Remembrance took place at Cradley Heath Salvation Army on Saturday 11 November 2017. The Remembrance Festival, which has now become an established event for both Voices In Harmony and Cradley Heath Salvation Army, was a sell-out event attended by a number of dignitaries including James Morris MP for Halesowen and Rowley Regis, the Mayor of Sandwell MBC and other Sandwell MBC Councillors. A number of local organisations including The Royal British Legion were represented.
David Bishop-Rowe led the Festival Band who together with Voices In Harmony, led by Musical Director Stephen Bradley, provided a musical beginning to the evening, leading into a Remembrance Service led by Major Joy Stephenson from Cradley Heath Salvation Army.