Love2sing - Ealing's own Community Choir

A festival choral performance at
The University of West London, Weston Hall
St Mary's Road, Ealing W5 5RF
3.30pm on Sunday 11th

Lullaby of Broadway (arr Jay Althouse) - 42nd Street (Harry Warren and Al Dubin)
Rockin’ Gold Medley (arr Greg Gilpin) - includes Proud Mary, Ain't no Mountain High Enough and YMCA
Shooting Star (Andy Beck)
Not the Only One (arr Mac Duff) - Sam Smith
Africa (arr Roger Emerson) - TOTO
Hallelujah (arr Jane Sebba and Joanna Mangoa) - Leonard Cohen
Beyond the Sea (arr Audrey Snyder) - Albert Lasry / Charles Trenet
Lloyd Webber Favourites (arr Roger Emerson) - Andrew Lloyd Webber
The Snow Begins to Fall - Andy Beck
I Dreamed a Dream (arr Jane Sebba and Joanna Mangoa) - Claude-Michel Schonberg
Marry You - Bruno Mars, Ari Levine and Philip Lawrence
The Sound of Silence (arr Roger Emerson) - Paul Simon

Conductor:  Elizabeth Lusty


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Love2sing Ealing is a community choir that opens its doors to adults of all ages who just Love2sing. Founded in 2011 by Ealing musician and local resident Elizabeth Lusty, the choir is returning to perform at the Festival for a third time. The choir performs a variety of styles including musical theatre, big band, rock, pop and traditional choral works. The choir began at, and still runs a class at, Hanwell Community Centre W7. The first class had only 11 brave singers but over the years numbers have steadily grown. The result is a choir of 110 (and counting) that perform at a variety of concerts and events.

Choir conductor Elizabeth, originally from Leeds, moved to the borough in 2002 after studying Performing Arts at Brunel University. Elizabeth Lusty is a passionate musician and choir leader who enjoys teaching adults to sing and perform. Elizabeth began her career as a drummer and particularly enjoys upbeat and rhythmic pieces.  She is a songwriter, freelance music examiner, music workshop designer and facilitator, pop/rock vocalist and drummer. Her concert programs always include a variety of musical styles that are sure to entertain and inspire audiences.