Music lovers are in for a real treat when the Middle Wallop & Andover Military Wives Choir takes to the stage in the stunning surroundings of the Hayward Hall at the Army Flying Museum in Middle Wallop, Hampshire on Friday 10 November.
The choir will be performing a very special Concert of Remembrance which is sure to evoke many memories and emotions for those attending.
Choir secretary Fliss Stuart said “Acts of Remembrance are incredibly important and poignant to us as a choir. We are therefore honoured to have been asked to perform another special Concert of Remembrance at the Army Flying Museum."
The musical programme will include songs specifically composed for the Military Wives Choirs that feature on their album ‘Remember’, alongside a selection of some of the choirs best-loved songs including contemporary and musical theatre pieces. Guests will also be able to view a special poppy sculpture at the museum created by students from Andover College.
The Military Wives Choirs are a community of nearly 2000 women in over seventy choirs across the UK and internationally who celebrate a love of singing and the power of shared experiences. 2022 marks 10 years since the formation of the charity.
Chief Executive of the Army Flying Museum, Lucy Johnson said “We are delighted to be hosting the Military Wives Choir again this November, with the Concert of Remembrance now being an annual event in the Museum calendar where our visitors can join us in an evening of reflection surrounded by the history of Army Aviation.”
Tickets are £13 and for further information and to book, visit www.armyflying.com
Interviews – Chief Executive of the Army Flying Museum – Lucy Johnson – is available for interview, please contact me at email@example.com if you would like to arrange this.
Members of the Middle Wallop & Andover Military Wives Choir are also available for interview.