Two special concerts featuring local schools and choir groups will take place in Radlett next month, for a musical event called Come and Join The Celebration, to mark The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
The event, presented by The Radlett Festival of Music, will take place on Saturday, June 4. Choirs and cornets from Fair Field Junior School, Ursa Minor Chamber Choir, The Singing Circle, Radlett Choir and local soloists will come together to mark the momentous occasion with two performances at The Radlett Centre.
Audiences can expect to hear songs from Oliver, Encanto, The Greatest Showman and other classical and popular music, along with a finale to rival the Last Night of the Proms.
Music teacher Helen Street said: “Thanks to grants from local organisations, tickets are priced at only £10 or £5 concessions. Do come along to help celebrate both the Queen’s Jubilee and the fabulous musical talent in our local area.”
This concert also marks the 10th anniversary of the charity organising the performances, The Radlett Festival of Music. Their first major event was a concert performance of Joseph and his Technicolour Dreamcoat, celebrating the previous Jubilee.
Performances have been sponsored by grants from The Radlett Festival, Hertsmere Borough Council, and Councillor Caroline Clapper through the Locality Budget Scheme and aims to celebrate the Jubilee through musical achievements of local schools and adult performers.