Com.unity Choir to celebrate tenth anniversary with a tribute to the Beatles

A choir will celebrate its tenth anniversary with a concert of songs by the Beatles' George Harrison tomorrow.

The Com.unity Choir will take to the stage at the Hare Khrishna Temple garden which was built in the music star’s memory.

The George Harrison Memorial Garden was established in May 2013, to commemorate the friendship between the Beatle and the Hare Krishna movement.

The Com.unity Choir, set up in 2004, is made up of 60 members, and includes wheelchair users as well as members of all faiths, culture and backgrounds.

They have performed in many places, including the Royal Albert Hall and for celebrities such as Simon Cowell and Sir Roger Moore.

Chel Revens, the Com.unity Choir's musical director, said: “What a unique and special privilege for the members of the Com.unity Choir to celebrate the choir’s 10th anniversary in the George Harrison Memorial Garden, performing eight George Harrison songs that represent his spiritual journey to Krishna.”

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