Choirs Performing For Motor Neurone Disease Charity

Northampton Male Voice Choir (NMVC), renowned for tirelessly raising money for great
causes, has adopted the Northampton based charity, Motor Neurone Disease Association
(MNDA) as its main beneficiary for the year and will dedicate the proceeds from its
forthcoming annual concert to help reach its fundraising target for this very worthwhile

The concert “In Unison” will be held at Northampton High School, Hardingstone, NN4 6UU on
Saturday 28 October starting at 7:30pm.

NMVC will be joined by a small “scratch” choir of eight local men recruited earlier in the year
specifically to sing at this concert in support of MNDA. Under the guidance of NMVC Musical
Director, Stephen Bell, the recruits have been busy learning a selection of songs for them to
perform alongside NMVC.

Also performing will be the hugely talented and award-winning Kettering ladies choir, The
Decibelles, under its Musical Director, Joshua Daniel. Having a ladies choir perform at one of
its concerts will be an exciting first for the men of NMVC who are busy rehearsing two
fabulous songs to sing in harmony with The Decibelles – “Come What May” from the 2001
film, Moulin Rouge and “Let The River Run” from the 1988 film, Working Girl.

NMVC will be conducted by its Musical Director, Stephen Bell who will also compere the
evening in his usual, inimitable style.

Tickets for what promises to be an exciting and spectacular evening of music are priced at £15
inclusive of booking fee and are available from or by telephoning Phil Temple 07806 846282.

NMVC Chairman, Mark York says “This is certainly going to be a night to remember, with
something for everyone! Tickets will sell fast so get yours now and don’t miss what will be a
wonderful concert in support of the Motor Neurone Disease Association”.

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