Saturday the First of March saw Synchordia in action once again, welcoming over 105 guests moving across the North Atlantic from the West End of London to Broadway, and back again.
With a programme ranging from the sub-saharan desert of The Lion King to 19th Century Paris of Les Miserables and from the operatic heights of Carmen to the basement levels of the Paris opera house and The Phantom of the Opera, there was musical entertainment for all.
This year we were joined by two guests. Our friend, the soprano, Anna Nicolaus-Harris gave a rousing rendition of the Habanara, from Bizet’s Carmen. Also, for a third time we welcomed a guest ensemble from Dartford, Smart Brass, led by Graham Thomas. In harmony with with Synchordia’s West End and Broadway theme, Smart Brass entertained us all with a selection of vibrant music from Hamlish’s “A Chorus Line”.