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Weʼre raising £5,000 to help with costs for members of Viva Acappella Chorus to represent the UK at the Sweet Adelines International Convention in New Orleans USA

Bexley, Kent, UK
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Known to our friends and family as 'The Viva's', we are a competing barbershop chorus of 40 women from all backgrounds, who come together for our passion for singing and performing. In May 2018, we competed at the regional Sweet Adelines contest in Newcastle, and won a place to represent the UK at the International Convention being held in New Orleans, USA in September 2019. With such amazing opportunity comes great commitment, as all members of the chorus have to fund their own travel and accommodation in addition to costumes and coaching which is very costly. Viva are on a mission to raise as many funds as possible so that all members of the chorus can take part in this incredible journey.

Any financial contribution you can offer (no matter how big or small) to make this possible, would be very appreciated. Thank you for your amazing support!

Love Viva xx

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      Viva Acappella

      Bexley, Kent, UK

      Viva Acappella are an award-winning female barbershop chorus. There are approx 40 members from many different backgrounds, of varying age, from all over the South East of England. They compete both nationally and internationally and are currently European bronze medallists.

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