Celebrate love through music at Leamington concert

VALENTINE’s Day will be marked by a Warwickshire choir as they support the charity’s chosen by the mayor of Leamington.

Love Changes Everything by the Circle Singers will include well-known works by Brahms, Rutter, Matthew Harris, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Flanders and Swann and the choir’s musical director Beresford King-Smith, who is approaching his 20th anniversary at the helm of the group.

The choir, which last year gave concerts in Holland and raised funds for Warwickshire-based projects, will be accompanied by Zoe Hogan on clarinet, Huw Gibson on cello and Rosemary Robinson on piano, while Lynne Adans will also play the piano and David Weir will play the flute.

The concert, being hosted by Leamington mayor Cllr Yvonne Moore, takes place at Christ church in Priory Terrace, Leamington, on Saturday at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £10 (£5 children), with proceeds going to Cllr Moore’s chosen charities to support for the year, the Alzheimer’s Society, the African Caribbean Project and Making Space. They are available on the door or in advance from Leamington town hall or call 450906 during office hours.