Mayor's charity concert in Daventry

JuditSingers
JuditSingers

The JuditSingers will perform a charity concert in Daventry.

The event has been organised by the town’s mayor Cllr Glenda Simmonds on Saturday March 25 and will be in aid of her charity, Macmillan Daventry.

The event will be hosted by Martin Heath from BBC Radio Northampton will start at 7pm at the Holy Cross Church, Daventry.

It will feature a performance from the JuditSingers, a Daventry based choir who sing a range of modern, classical and traditional music.

The JuditSingers were founded by Sue Henderson and Ruth Quilter, who persuaded the renowned Hungarian soprano, Judit Felszeghy, to direct the group.

Judit moved to the UK in 2009 and since then has been building a growing reputation as a professional soloist and singing teacher.

A charity auction will also be taking place with a variety of prizes to be won including dinner for two at the Flore Holiday Inn, dinner for two at the White Horse in Welton, a bottle of champagne, a Nitro Racing motorbike helmet, a signed Northampton Town Football Club boot and a family ticket for a Northampton Town Football match.

Tickets for the event cost £5 and are available from Daventry Town Council. To book tickets call the council on 01327 301246.