Fijian choir caroling in Parliament’s Great Hall on Monday

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A 42-strong choir from Fiji will perform a program of Christmas carols and other festive songs from 10am to 11am in the Great Hall at  Parliament House next Monday.

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The Kadavu Choir was formed in 1979 by the high chiefs of the Kadavu Province in Fiji to sing at monthly church services. Today, the highly choristers   attract worldwide attention and performs at many local and international events.

Performance by Fiji’s Kadavu Choir, The Great Hall, Parliament House,   10—11am,  Monday  December 8. FREE event, all welcome.

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