Earthly Voices Community Choir and Treble Clef Choir will perform a varied selection from gospel to pop, classical to contemporary.
The concert will be compered by Surrey based actor Jonathan Lewis and will also include solo performances by Gabriella Pearce and Luke Tye. All proceeds will support Transform’s work with local homeless and vulnerable people.
Deborah Blowers, who was a senior housing officer in Surrey for many years, and who is a member of both choirs, has been helping to organise the event.
“Surrey is an affluent area but sadly many vulnerable people still become homeless each year. I therefore feel we should support organisations like Transform who continue to provide very valuable services to homeless people. The two choirs that I belong to both agreed with me and hence our charity concert - Voices for the homeless. Do come along if you can, or alternatively please make a donation.”
For more information or to book tickets, visit the Menuhin Hall website at www.yehudimenuhinschool.co.uk or call box office on 08700 842020.
If you are unable to attend the concert but would still like to support the charity, you can donate at via JustGiving.