Georgie discovers meaning of Christmas

CHRISTMAS: Georgie Taylor discovers the meaning of Christmas in this year's Redland City Choir Christmas concert at RPAC on December 10.

CHRISTMAS: Georgie Taylor discovers the meaning of Christmas in this year's Redland City Choir Christmas concert at RPAC on December 10.

Redland City Choir conductor Anita Taylor with choir members will be presenting a new concert for Christmas at the Redland Performing Arts Centre with two shows on December 10.

In the show, Georgie Taylor, 15, of Thornlands plays the role of a young girl who discovers the true meaning of Christmas by hearing carols from around the world.

Georgie Taylor has been honing her skills studying jazz, teen ballet, theatre, vocal studies and musicianship with her sights firmly set to become that ‘triple threat’ performer in musical theatre and solo vocalist/multi-instrumental performer.   

Georgie joined the Redland City Choir as a choir member and is thrilled to hold this pivotal place in this year’s White Christmas show.

Georgie’s mother, Angela Taylor said it had been recommended to her that Georgie join a choir to help her develop skills in musicianship and vocal technique.  

“I never expected how much I would enjoy rehearsing and performing with the Redland City Choir. They are such a kind and talented group of vocalists,” she said.

Mrs Taylor said the choir had given her a chance to meet like-minded choral performers, make great friends of all ages and get opportunities to be able to be involved in group and solo performances as part of the choir’s performance schedule within the Redlands.

‘I love performing this Christmas Show.  It has some incredible music within it with a heart-warming message about the true meaning of Christmas that underpins it,” Georgie said.  

The choir is  non-auditioned, under the leadership of conductor Anita Taylor.

Mrs Taylor said the concert was suitable for all members of the family.  It supports The Redland Foundation in special aid of Victims of Domestic Violence.

The concert also features guest artists Scott Muller, Mayor Karen Williams, Kym Hebblewhite, Adeline Williams, concert pianist Anna Goldsworthy, and choirs from Redlands College and Cleveland’s Star of the Sea Primary School. 

Tickets to Redlands White Christmas show are $25/$20 and $5 for choir children.

Book on 3829 8131, at the RPAC Box Office, 2–16 Middle Street, Cleveland or online.

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