Annual Concert 2019

 

Bangor Ladies Choir Annual Concert With Perter Corry and His Band

 

Peter Corry and Bangor Ladies Choir


As the song goes “oh what a night!” and that’s exactly what Saturday 11 May was for the audience who attended Bangor Ladies Choir Annual Concert with Peter Corry and his Band.  A fabulous repertoire from the choir and a great programme from Peter Corry – put together gave one amazing show!

 

Peter Corry and Bangor Ladies Choir

 

Feedback from the audience was phenomenal – the choir were on top form giving a variety of music including pieces from ABBA, Simon and Garfunkel, Sting and Coldplay as well as the beautiful piece “The Lark in the Clear Air” written by Havelock Nelson and dedicated to three longstanding much loved members of Bangor Ladies Choir – Kathleen, Sheena and Bette – who passed away during the choir season.

 

Peter also presented a great programme including a character piece from Oliver and included some of his extremely talented band members.

 

Peter Corry and Bangor Ladies Choir

 

 

 

 

 

 



The whole concert had something for everyone and we were absolutely delighted with the comments from a very supportive audience.


So roll on next year …………….. watch this space!




Bangor Ladies Choir - Tundra






Bangor Ladies Choir Annual Concert 

with Guest Artist

Peter Corry 

and Band



Saturday 11th May 2019

7:30 pm (doors open 6:45pm)

Bangor Elim Complex, 

Balloo Road, Bangor




Tickets Available From:

Bangor Visitor Information Centre, 028 9127 0069 

Ards Visitor Information Centre, 028 9182 6846

Bangor Elim Complex via www.ticketsource.co.uk/bangorelimcomplex,

Box office: 0333 666 3366

or from any choir member



PETER CORRY TO SING WITH LADIES CHOIR MAY 2019

 

Bangor Ladies Choir are delighted to announce that the guest artist for their Annual Concert in 2019 will be Peter Corry accompanied by his Band.
Peter has recorded 12 albums and performed throughout the World over the last 25 years with his unique voice and with his passionate and personal style always to the fore.  With a career that includes not only singing but also acting, presenting, producing and directing, it is no surprise that he has gained the title of Northern Irelands Greatest Showman.
 As a singer he has performed regularly throughout Europe also over the last few years he has also appeared in USA, China, Russia, Latvia, Bermuda, Denmark, Cyprus, Sweden and Mozambique. He also spent three years in the formidable role of Inspector Javert both in the West End and UK tour of “Les Miserables”. Other musical theatre roles have included, Sweeney in “Sweeney Todd”, Fagin in “Oliver”, Jamie in “The Last 5 Years” and most recently Ignati in the Opera “The Crocodile”.
 He also starred in the premiere of “On Eagles Wing”, and also performed at The MGM Grand Hilton Hotel in Las Vegas and in the unique setting of The Vanderbilt Hall Grand Central Station, New York.
As an accomplished director, credits include amongst others “On Eagles Wing” (European tour), “Celtic Nights” (US tour), and two concept shows devised by himself “The Red Velvet Cabaret” and “The Music Box” one of Northern Ireland’s premiere Christmas productions which has been running for six years and is Peter’s creation.
 Passionate about encouraging young people to perform, he has hosted several theatre “Bootcamps” as well as youth productions both in Northern Ireland and in Scotland. He is the Artistic Director of Northern Irelands leading theatre school for young people The Belfast School of Performing Arts (BSPA) and in the summer of 2018 directed both their summer productions "Aladdin" and "Jesus Christ Superstar"
The Musical Director of Bangor Ladies Choir, Christine Crutchley, said “We are thrilled to welcome back to Bangor, Peter Corry, as guest artist at our Annual Concert. We are really looking forward to a fabulous evening and as a choir we are proud to be sharing the stage with someone who has showcased Northern Ireland in such a positive way – we know the concert will have something for everyone, so don’t leave it too late to get tickets as they’re bound to sell out fast!”