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Customers at Capability Scotland's Westlane Gardens, Junction 52 and Community Living Services West hit the right note with a musical performance for family and friend this week

The Hearts in Harmony choir performance was the result of a partnership between Capability Scotland and  Nordoff Robbins. The partnership is sponsored by Braehead Arena and Arts and Business Scotland.

The concert, which was held at Junction 52 in Penilee in Glasgow included the choir's renditions of  "I had a dream" sung by Ashleigh Clark, "Que Sera, Sera" sung by Margaret Holmes, "Take it easy" sung by Chris Knight," Country roads" sung by Rosalind Porter and "True" sung by Christine Higgins all accompanied by all other choir members. The audience then joined in as the choir sang some Christmas favourites.

Westlane Gardens Service Manager, Meghan McEwan commented: "It was lovely to see the months of hard work come together in such a lovely festive concert. Everyone in the audience was very impressed by the high standard of the choir. We are very grateful to Music Therapy Tutor, Jo Edgar, from Nordoff Robbins for all the hard work she has put in.

Both Marie Thompson and Elizabeth Flaherty form Junction 52 said "being in the choir gave us confidence and made us feel very happy inside"

The choir is now looking forward to continuing to expand its repertoire in 2014.