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Highland Voices Gospel Choir is calling the tune in aid of Highland Hospice following launch of new single

By Ian Duncan

AN Inverness-based choir has released its first single with all funds raised going to Highland Hospice.

Highland Voices Gospel Choir was formed in November 2016 by musical director Tony Henry to give amateur singers a chance to come together to improve their vocal skills while spreading the joy of singing through performing. Since its inception, it has performed at the Ironworks, Eden Court and Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival.

A spokesman said: “Highland Voices continues to look for new and exciting opportunities to give the choir members which has led us to create our first single Snowfall.

“The musical arrangement for Snowfall was created by choir member Christopher McGowan. Lyrics were a collaborative effort by Tony Henry, Rebecca Smith and Christopher McGowan.

“Proceeds of the single will go to the Highland Hospice. It is a charity very close to the heart of Highland Voices Gospel Choir and our way of saying thank you.”

A music video is accompanying the single. It was filmed by former Courier photographer John Baikie at Inverness Cathedral.

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