Members of the St Neots and Huntingdon Rock Choir will perform a summer performance at Kimbolton Castle

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Members of the St Neots and Huntingdon Rock Choir have been selected to play lead supporting roles at a Queen Symphonic concert to be held at Kimbolton Castle.

The rock choir’s songbook has covered many Queen songs in the past and audiences will be in for a treat as the choir perform many hit songs including “Don’t Stop Me Now”.

Naomi Shepherd, member of the St Neots Rock Choir, said: “As a proud member of the St Neots and Huntingdon Rock Choir, it is so exciting to be part of the Queen Symphonic show in Kimbolton.

“In a rock choir, we sing a range of songs from all eras, but one of our all-time favorites is Don’t Stop Me Now. involves singing along with my rock choir friends sounds awesome.”

Queen Symphonic will entertain the crowds with one of the greatest rock shows you will ever see.

Over 60 performers will be on stage, with the featured singers backed by a full rock band with The Heart of England Orchestra.

This outdoor show will be a staple on the summer calendar with families singing and dancing to classic Queen hits.

With award-winning composer Richard Sidwell developing Queen’s original arrangements into an all-new symphonic score, this will be a spectacle on an epic scale.

Kimbolton Castle has hosted many successful outdoor live events in recent years, including Jools Holland and Ronan Keating, but they suffered a two-year hiatus as a result of the lockdown.

Mark Harrison, promoter of LPH concerts and events, added: “The Cambridgeshire Rock Choir has an incredible reputation.

“They are the original contemporary choir in the UK and have attended and played many high profile events and the team is made up of extremely experienced top musicians.

“There really was only one choice for us when it came to choosing a choir to help open the show. Rock choir members are taught at such a high level of skill, their fun ethic and friendship and their enthusiasm are unparalleled. The audience is in for a real treat.”



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