(CMR) The Cayman National Choir and Orchestra (CNCO) are presenting a concert of spookily inspired music this weekend on Saturday, 5th November 2022. The concert will be taking place in the High School Auditorium at Cayman International School.
Directed by CNCO Orchestra founder Sue Horrocks, and Simon Donoghue, the show promises a rich experience.
“The Tricks and Treats concert will be a blend of seasonal and celebratory music guaranteed to lift the spirits of everyone who comes along. Our audience will be treated to a kaleidoscope of musical variety with something to stir every emotion. We want everyone to leave with a tune in their mind and joy in their hearts.” Ms. Horrocks said.
This is just the latest in a long run of successful concerts presented and performed by CNCO. Now in the 45th year of the Choir and 20th year of the Orchestra, it is always on the lookout for talent and enthusiasm in the Cayman community. The organization is completely community-based, non-denominational, not-for-profit, and comprised of two music groups of people who love to play and sing.
Dawn Eaton, Chair of CNCO said, “We offer friendship, lively, stimulating fun, and we also aim to perform to a high standard. During the weekly sessions, members learn a true variety of pieces, from classical to popular and everything in between.
“Our musical tradition is to bring out the very best in our music, enthusiastically challenging ourselves through a combination of encouragement and musical discipline,” she added.