GROOVIN 60s SAT 11 NOV 23.

St Stephen’s Anglican Church Richmond

What better way to spend a Sat afternoon than listening to some pretty impressive Choirs and a hit list of timeless songs. Right?

Bring it on I say. The Divine Divas Show Choir and The Rainbow Voices singers didn’t disappoint their appreciative audience, taking them on a memorable journey back to the Groovin 60s.

Producer & Musical Director Adam Przewlocki, a well-travelled multi awarded performer, led these enthusiastic singers through two sets of absolute song heaven. His piano playing is world class and he exudes a great confidence anyone under his direction would feel comfortable with.

The choir performances were engaging with clever arrangements, movement and an infectious vibe. Let’s not forget the tasteful harmonies too which shone through.

Whilst their guest artist Danielle Matthews fell ill on the day and was unfortunately absent from the performance, young 10-year-old Freya Trikojus stepped up to the mark and found her confidence with a lovely interpretation of Elvis’s classic – Can’t Help Falling in Love, ably supported by her fellow choir singers. Watch out for this dynamic talent. I’m predicting a big future. Here’s a little taste.

It was great to hear a truly live “acoustic” performance not only from the choirs but the dulcet tones of Adam’s lovely Yamaha piano and some nice violin work from Aleksandra Bronshtein, all enhanced by the Churches ambience itself.

So if you get a chance, check it out. It’s an impressive show.

Rob Foenander – Music columnist Melbourne Observer – The Local Paper Network & Casey Radio 97.7fm.

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