Italian visitors

PUBLISHED: 11:33 07 January 2008 | UPDATED: 12:45 06 May 2010

A VISITING choir from Sardinia sang at St Albans Abbey last Saturday morning. Donato Pepe, vice-chairman of the Italian Association in St Albans, had arranged for the 52-strong touring choir, The Corale Lorenzo Perosi of Selargius, to stop off at the cath

A VISITING choir from Sardinia sang at St Albans Abbey last Saturday morning.

Donato Pepe, vice-chairman of the Italian Association in St Albans, had arranged for the 52-strong touring choir, The Corale Lorenzo Perosi of Selargius, to stop off at the cathedral to give a recital for charity.

Mr Pepe, aged 56, of Hedley Road, St Albans, said: "They were members of a church near Cagliari who had been invited to sing in Watford."

Donations will go towards Cancer Research and Children of Rwanda.

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