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Spa singers perform at Wembley
10:20am Saturday 26th October 2013 in News
SPA singers joined hundreds of others to perform at Wembley stadium.
Town members of Rock Choir gathered with a 5,000-strong group to showcase their singing skills on Friday, October 18.
They were on hand to entertain a record-breaking crowd of over 61,000 at the Heineken Cup battle between Saracens and Toulouse.
Rock Choir performed just before kick off and at half time as part of an exciting night's entertainment, which included pop stars The Vamps.
Rock Choir leader for the area, Helen Just, was delighted with the performance. She said: "It was one of the biggest audiences we've ever sung in front of and I was very proud of everyone.
"Sadly, Saracens lost 17-16, but that was the only downside to a fantastic experience we'll never forget."
Rock Choir is the UK's largest and most popular contemporary choir, with more than 16,000 members in over 250 local communities. It was established in 2005 by award-winning singer and musician Caroline Redman Lusher, who wanted to create a modern choir for people young and old who love to sing.
Anyone interested in joining Rock Choir can book a free taster session at their nearest rehearsal location. Visit rockchoir.com or call 01252 714 276 to find out more.
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