WITH only three weeks to go, Caprice ladies choir are putting the finishing touches to the programme for their next concert ‘Love Is Here To Stay’, which will be performed on Thursday October 27 in Calpe’s Salon Blauin aid of the Calpe & Benissa Lions Club.
The concert will be conducted by Aileen Lightfoot, accompanied on the piano by Kirsty Glen and is being sponsored by Bar Grizzly’s, Calpe and RestauranteEl Toro, Calpe.
Although the concert is mainly based on the theme of love with all its joy, sadness, hope and despair, there are a few songs included, such as ‘It Don’t Mean A Thing’ to whet the appetite for Caprice’s spring concert next year.
A couple of quirky madrigals also demonstrate the choir’s versatility and contrast with the emotion of ‘Send In The Clowns’ sung by Amanda Dean, ‘Take That Look Off Your Face’ sung by Giovanna Wallis and ‘The Way We Were’.
With a variety of songs and styles, Caprice ensures an enjoyable evening of music with something for everyone.
The concert starts at 7.30pm and tickets cost €10 – available from Margaret & Elena’s Card and Bookshop, Galerias Mar Azul, Gabriel Miro, Calpe or from the Lions Charity Shop, Calle PintorSorolla 15, Calpe.
Tickets can also be purchased via Aileen – 696 514 613 /firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about the choir, check out –www.capriceladieschoir.com or search ‘Caprice’on Facebook.