“Vivat Regina” – Wokingham delivers a great Jubilee concert


             From the Elizabethan madrigals to the National Anthem, and from Handel to the Beatles, Wokingham was in fine voice on Saturday night. Wokingham Choral Society excelled even their usual high standards with an uplifting programme. They were ably assisted by Wokingham’s Choral Academy. Many singers and their friends, families and supporters crowded into a full All Saints Church for a great concert.

              I would like to thank all involved in planning, staging and singing. The result was a wonderful evening. The music provided a good balance between the popular, the well known, and the thoughtfully chosen. It was the best of British. I enjoyed the evening to the full.

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