“Here will we sit, and let the sound of music creep in our ears.”
Shakespeare said this over 400 years ago. He also said, “If music by the food of love – play on.”
The Camden Haven Choral Society will be honouring in song and poetry, the world’s greatest bard in the 400th anniversary of his death.
Shakespeare had a lot to say about Spring and its insidious influence on our thoughts and emotions.
The choir will be celebrating Spring, with its romance, love, nature and colours at their annual spring concert on Sunday September 18, 2pm in the Laurieton School of Arts Hall. The selection of music will be varied, from the renaissance and classics through folk, Australian ballad, movie themes and popular modern songs.
Another delight will be the happy harmonies of The Bells of Haven led by Gillian Clark, plus instrumental and poetry items (Shakespeare of course).
Tickets at the door (open from 1pm) are only $10 which includes a delicious afternoon tea. Raffles will be available too.
The Choral Society will, once again, support the local State Emergency Service donating proceeds from the event in appreciation of their unfailing efforts to the community in times of storm, flood and other natural disaster.
Come along for an afternoon of joyous music, you’ll have the opportunity to sing along yourself, while supporting our valuable SES.