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The singers of the Headliners Chorus have just completed a three day vocal production workshop conducted by Jo Oosterhoff from Perth. Jo is an internationally certified Sweet Adelines director with acclaimed experience in vocal coaching.

The Headliners are anxious to share the results of this workshop with their next audience at Bangalow Uniting Church, Station St, Bangalow on April 7 at 5pm.

The chorus, directed by Cathy Gordon, will perform a selection of songs in celebration of the post Easter season including Leonard Cohen’s Halleluiah and Graham/Loyland’s You Raise Me Up as well as some up tempo audience participation pieces. There will be a donation plate at the door to help sustain this beautiful old heritage listed church.

The new season is well underway for the chorus with several performances already booked during the next few months. You will be able to hear the Headliners at the Alstonville Anzac Services on April 25.

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