Wednesday, 25 November 2009

An Evening of carols and performance in Chester Cathedral, 9th December 2009

Heather Small, Voice of M People performed at a beautiful evening of carols and performance at the Magnificent Chester Cathedral…In aid of Macmillan Cancer Support

Supported by The Bank of America’s Fraud Department &, Macmillan Cancer Support’s annual Christmas Carol Concert at Chester Cathedral on Wednesday 9th December will be yet another amazing evening of Carols by Candlelight with special guest performer Heather Small, the voice of Manchester based band M People which sold over 10 million albums worldwide.
It will be an opportunity to celebrate anyone who has supported Macmillan however big or small!

The evening will be compared by Smooth Radio and there will be performances from the fantastic Heather Small, The City of Chester Brass Band, Centenary Theatre Company, Harmony in Blue & Ensemble Cymru. Not forgetting Diane Tice, a cellist who launched her professional music career with a performance of Elgars Cello Concerto in the United Nations Headquarters in New York in 1992 will be welcoming you into the Cathedral as you arrive with her beautiful sound.
And of course the evening would not be complete without a great selection of Christmas Carols for everybody to sing along to and enjoy.

Aimee Scally, Fundraising Manager said:
“We are all extremely excited about the Carol Concert. We have some wonderful performances again this year, and we hope to make it as magical as possible for everybody who attends. To have Heather perform is absolutely fantastic; It would be wonderful to see as much support for the event, the performers and most importantly people affected by cancer as possible.”

A great big thank you to The Bank of America, Fraud Department, and who are supporting the event; helping to make it possible. Adrian Stearns, European Fraud Executive at Bank of America said:
“Bank of America is delighted to be able to support the work of Macmillan Cancer Support and this year’s concert in particular”.

Sarah Hayden at said, “We are supporting Macmillan Cancer Support’s Christmas Carol Concert as part of our community initiative to help local charities. We are delighted to be supporting this event; Macmillan does a fantastic job of helping those whose lives have been affected by cancer."

To continue this vital work and to achieve our goal of reaching EVERYONE affected by Cancer, we need the support of people from the local area, no matter how big or small. I am sure you will agree that as one in three of us are diagnosed with Cancer at some point in our lives, cancer is something that affects us all.

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