IT was a full house for the end of term Summer Concert called SING OUT! for the three resident choirs based at the Landmark Centre in Teddington.
The choirs, Landmark Sound, Mansong and Landmark Singers performed an exciting repertoire of songs ranging from a traditional sea shanty to love songs and ballads and a rousing version of Handel’s Zadoc The Priest and Baba Yetu with all three choirs combining their vocal talents.
The programme also included versions of Lady Gaga’s Shallow from A Star is Born, Let the River Run by Carly Simon, The Beach Boys famous Sloop John B and Seasons of Love.
The three conductors Eleanor Rastall, Ruth Evans and Charles MacDougall received a standing ovation and prolonged applause from the sell-out audience.
Director of the Landmark, Harper Ray said: “We have the most fantastic choirs from all over the community based at the Landmark and to see and hear all of them singing together is a real tribute to their efforts and that of their conductors.
“We hope there is something for everyone here whether it’s someone just starting out and wanting to give it a go or someone coming back after some time away. We count are ourselves as being very fortunate to have such a vibrant choir community.”
New members are always welcome to join the choirs and can contact the Landmark Arts Centre office on 020 8977 7558 or email firstname.lastname@example.org