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Choir to join with brass band for conductor’s last concert

Members of Beccles Friends in Harmony Choir with retiring conductor Bram Bryant. Photo: Beccles Friends in Harmony Choir.

Members of Beccles Friends in Harmony Choir with retiring conductor Bram Bryant. Photo: Beccles Friends in Harmony Choir.

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Beccles Friends in Harmony Choir will be holding another concert of easy listening music together with their special guests.

The concert, on Friday, July 6, at St Michael’s Church in Beccles, will also feature The Norfolk Fellowship Brass Band of The Salvation Army.

It will mark the retirement of Bram Bryant as conductor of the Friends in Harmony choir over the last 22 years.

He is hopeful that people will support his last concert as all proceeds will be donated to a charity close to his heart - the work of The Salvation Army in Estonia.

Bram had first hand knowledge of the great social, as well as spiritual need, in this country when he visited Estonia in 2007 with the choir from the Norwich Salvation Army.

Money raised from the concert will be added to money already raised by The Norfolk Fellowship Brass who will continue to work towards raising an even larger amount of money to send.

Bram would like to thank the loyal followers of the choir for all their support and encouragement over the last 22 years.

A new conductor has now been found who will take over following the concert.

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