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Male voices unite in song for charity


By Sarah Rollo

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A CHORAL celebration of the seasons has raised £2000 for charity.

Members of the Glen Moray Male Voice Choir (GMMVC) have presented the proceeds from their Winter Concert to Epilepsy Research UK.

The performance took place in December and saw crowds pack St Giles Church to enjoy a programme which followed the months and seasons of the year in a variety of songs, the spoken word and instrumental music.

Members of Glen Moray Male Voice Choir hand over a cheque for £2000 to Liz Robson of Epilepsy Research UK, raised during their Winter Concert. Picture: Daniel Forsyth.
Members of Glen Moray Male Voice Choir hand over a cheque for £2000 to Liz Robson of Epilepsy Research UK, raised during their Winter Concert. Picture: Daniel Forsyth.

The choir's 65 male singers, led by musical director Jane Ferguson, were joined for the event by local musicians John Mustard on cello, Colin Saddington on violin and Fiona Gordon on oboe.

Since its formation six years ago, the GMMVC has raised over £27,000 for charity.

The singers, who meet on Thursdays at Bishopmill Primary from 6.45pm, are now deep in rehearsals for their Spring Concert, which is scheduled to take place in Elgin on April 25.

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