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Get those vocal cords warmed up

If you're looking to do a little good while also having a great time this month, the VOCA charity concert is where you need to be. For two days this May, a choir made up of almost 50 talented singers will be taking over Sir Temi Zammit Hall at the University of Malta for a concert full of great songs, good vibes and loads of singing.

VOCA was set up nine years ago to spread the love and joy of music in Malta

Established in 2010 by a group of talented singers and musicians with several years of performing experience, the choir is an SATB choir that performs mainly gospel music, but also other genres such as pop, classical, musical theatre, traditional Maltese songs and even Christmas collections.

Every few years, the choir organises a concert in aid of other philanthropic organisations, and this year they chose Puttinu Cares

Since last year, the VOCA choir members have been working with the children from the Rainbow Ward at Mater Dei. Beyond donating funds from the event, VOCA members have organised several events with the children in the wards such as decorating the ward with the kids over Christmas time.

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On the 24th and 25th May, VOCA will take you on a journey through time with all the hit songs from throughout the years

The concert will also feature a couple of special guests; Errol Sammut from Airport Impressions will be singing with the choir, and they might even cover one of the band's most renowned songs.

Well-known dancer and choreographer Warren Bonello will be performing together with his students. He's also choreographing the choir's movements, so we can expect some extra fancy jazz hands.

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Steffie Weenink

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