NTU Chamber Choir performs flash mob at Art School dinner

The Nottingham Trent University Choir surprised guests at the NTU Art School Dinner by performing a flash mob performance. The choir were joined by their new accompanist Tom Bates, who provided the music for the evening.

On Thursday 5 February 2015, the NTU Choir surprised guests at the NTU Art School Dinner (which celebrated 170 years of Art and Design) by performing a flash mob. They were joined by their new accompanist Tom Bates, who provided the music for the evening.

Guests were fooled by the choir disguising themselves as waiting staff during service of the first course. Cued by Tom’s introduction to the Disney classic Can you feel the love tonight? choir members pleasantly surprised their unsuspecting audience!

The song has become a firm favourite for choir members and audiences, often being requested at concert performances - the choir most recently performed it as part of another flash mob at the Battle for Batten charity dinner back in November.

Guests were also treated to a performance by Chamber Choir soprano Lauren Garrill, who sang a theatrical rendition of the Broadway song Taylor the Latte Boy.

The evening was a fantastic opportunity for NTU Music and a fun event for all those involved. The choir are very much looking forward to more performances to come!

Find out more about NTU Music Chamber Choir.

NTU Chamber Choir performs flash mob at Art School dinner

Published on 16 February 2015
  • Category: Culture; Music

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