VIVA Musica is staging A Spring Serenade at Wordsley's Holy Trinity Church this month.

The concert will take place on Saturday May 18 at 7pm and will see the choir joined by special guests Kingswinford Choral Society.

Both choirs will perform joint items including Faure’s Requiem.

Viva Musica, which is led by musical director Rosemary Phillips and accompanied by Andrew Biggs, was formed 30 years ago and has around 70 mixed voices performing a wide range of music across the Midlands.

Kingswinford Choral Society started at as a school based choir in 1994 at Summerhill School, Kingswinford, and is led by Andrew Biggs.

The choir has performed at many venues including Birmingham Cathedral, the Royal Albert Hall and Symphony Hall as well as touring in Europe.

Tickets for the concert are £10 and include wine or fruit juice and are available from 0121 550 5581 or 01562 883480.

Viva Musica Choir will be supporting Diabetes UK this year.