More terrific work last night … as expected. The “pad” from which the music for our summer events will be taken currently looks something like this: Time after Time; Call of Wisdom; Long and Winding Road; Hold On; Java Jive; Alleluia; California Dreamin’; Funiculi Funicula; Isn’t she Lovely; Leko Hode Nedo; That Lonesome Road; Morning has Come; Things; Go Placidly; Stille der Nacht; Isa Lei; Wake Up; And So It Goes; Follow the Heron; Eternal Flame. The list is provisional and is likely to change a bit – Karen, I know, has several ideas up her sleeve! However, we will choose the songs for our various do’s from something not too dissimilar from the above. Next week we will be doing: Ceremony Boogie, Alleluia; Java Jive; Leko Hode Nedo; Follow the Heron; Isn’t She Lovely; And So It Goes Isa Lei.
COMING CHOIR EVENTS
Sunday 12 May Shaftesbury Food Festival. 12.30 Abbey Gardens
Friday 7 June Concert at St James Church, Shaftesbury. 7.30 (provisionally)
Saturday 15 June Motcombe Village Fete 1.45 – 2.15
Sunday 7 July Shaftesbury Fringe / Gold Hill Fair. 12.30 – 1.30 Park Walk.
Saturday 13 July Shaftesbury Primary School Fete
Saturday 7 September Singing at Castle Hill Garden party
until Sat 13 April Shaftesbury Arts Centre spring production – two one act comedies - Audience and The Real Inspector Hound. See earlier flyer.
Saturday 13 April Gillingham Singers Concert. See earlier flyer.
Saturday 27 April Pagoda (clarinet and accordion) Mere. 7.30 see attached flyer.
Sat 4 – Sun 5 May Come and Sing Vivaldi. St John’s Tisbury. See earlier flyer.
Saturday 15 June Choral Day with Deborah Radford. Port Regis. See earlier details
An evening of Mozart, Bach and Henri Dutilleux. St John's Church Tisbury at 7.30 pm. Entry is free with retiring collection in aid of the St John's development fund. Quentin Edwards (flute) together with an orchestra are local musicians conducted by Jeremy Barlow.