A popular concert band is set to drum up notes once again for a hospice in a charity musical evening this month.

The Bisham Concert Band will team up once again with singers from Glee Club UK at a gala charity night at Wycombe Abbey School in aid of the South Bucks Hospice, based in High Wycombe.

Last year’s packed-out concert raised £2,000 for the hospice, with Glee Club’s Marlow and High Wycombe members performing songs in both halves – a mixture of pop and rock in four-part harmony – with about 50 singers, aged from 16 to 90.

Meanwhile, the Bisham Concert Band, based in Horsleys Green, near Stokenchurch, played a selection of much-loved tunes including Radetzky March, Seventy Six Trombones and tunes from theatre and film.

Now organisers are hoping for a similar, and perhaps even bigger, success this time around.

Ben O’Keefe, community fundraiser at the hospice, said: “Last year’s concert was brilliant and so anyone turning up this year is going to be in for a real musical treat.

“We are enormously grateful to both the concert band and Glee Club for doing this in aid of our patients.”

Tickets are now on sale at £10 per person, with doors opening at 7pm and the concert starting at 7.30pm on March 30. To buy, call 07713 755 740 or email admin@gleeclubuk.co.uk.