A 'toe-tapping' concert especially for mums

Last updated 12:38 09/05/2012
Nelson Male Voice Choir
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ON SONG: Conductor Andrea Hamilton leads the Nelson Male Voice Choir during the "Back To The Sixties" concert at the Nelson School of Music.

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Queen will rub shoulders with Robbie Williams during the Nelson Male Voice Choir's concert this Sunday for Mother's Day.

The choir is promising an exciting blend of songs from the 1960s through to recent times.

May Fever features a Jersey Boys medley along with a bevy of numbers from the likes of Queen, Leonard Cohen and Robbie Williams.

Guests will provide further variety with performances by the Nelson College for Girls jazz band and solo flautist Sarah Slack.

Conductor Andrea Hamilton said the Sunday concert would be "toe-tapping, humming fun".

Tickets are $20 for adults, $5 for teenagers and free for children.

They are available at Summit Real Estate in Stoke, the Richmond Mall information desk and the Nelson School of Music.

May Fever, Nelson Male Voice Choir, Nelson School of Music, 2pm this Sunday.

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