Bunbury is in for a real treat next autumn when the Setagaya Citizens Chorus travels to town from it’s Japanese sister city.
A group of up to 36 performers will visit Bunbury to further deepen the friendship between the citizens of Bunbury and Setagaya.
This will be the second time a delegation from the chorus has performed in the City with the previous time being in 2004 when Bunbury and Setagaya celebrated their 10-year anniversary as Sister Cities.
The choir hope to join forces with local musicians Philharmonic South West for an unforgettable performance.
Earlier this month a group, including Bunbury Mayor Gary Brennan, visited Setagaya as part of the 25th anniversary of the Sister City relationship.
A date or location has not been confirmed for the event as yet.