Standing ovation for Burnley performers as Song for Ukraine concert raises over £3,000

A live music concert in Burnley to help the people of Ukraine was packed to the rafters.

A Song for Ukraine was hosted by local baritone John Garrett and his singers at St Catherine’s Church and raised a staggering total of £3,258 which was donated to the British Red Cross Ukraine Appeal.

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Compered by John Riding, songs included Feeling good, Cry Me A River, Unchained Melody, Wonderful World, Fly Me To The Moon and also pieces from musical theatre right through to Nessun Dorma.

A Song for Ukraine themed live concert at St Catherine's Church in Burnley raised over £3,000

Members of the audience, including a Ukrainian family being hosted locally, gave the show a standing ovation.

John said: “I would like to thank everyone who made the night a success including Bank on Dave, Hurstwood Hall, Precious Whalley, Fr Roger Parker,

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Kathleen Birtwistle, Andy Hoskins and Daniel Nearney.”

For future events and charity nights and also if you would like to hear live recordings from the concert visit: