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Songs For the Season - A Gift of Music

Brenda James, Chairperson, The Philharmonic Society of Selangor

01-Dec-23 14:00

Songs For the Season - A Gift of Music

The Choir of the Philharmonic Society of Selangor (or The Phil as they are affectionately known) caps off its 65th Anniversary celebration with a Christmas concert called Songs for the Season. The theme for this year’s production is ‘A Gift of Music’ and true to form, the programme will showcase traditional and other seasonal favourites. The Phil’s volunteer-powered community choir will be accompanied on stage by live music from a string ensemble and keyboardist, and we find out more from Brenda James, the Chairperson of the Philharmonic Society of Selangor.

Image Credit: Philharmonic Society of Selangor

Produced by: Juliet Jacobs

Presented by: Juliet Jacobs


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Tags:  The PhilSongs For The SeasonBrenda Jamesthe philharmonic society of selangorChristmas concert





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