It has been suggested that choir members might like to know what is in store for them the following week. From now on I’ll try and publish a provisional list of songs when putting the newsletter together. Next week it will probably be: Sunshine, Fire and Rain; Te Aroha; O Signore; Wake Up; Call of Wisdom; Isa Lei; That Lonesome Road; Evo Banke.
In connection with Isa Lei, you might like to look at this recording of the song made by Katie (alto)’s daughter in Fiji earlier this year: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yt7FhMJVgBs&feature=youtu.be
25 June 2018 Performed by the students of Naceva District School on Kadavu island.
Finally, and most importantly, next week will be BADGE WEDNESDAY. Please come wearing a decorative name badge and get to know some new people.
A MESSAGE FROM HEIDI (ALTO)
Many choir members sponsored Heidi’s head shaving in memory of her father a while back. She writes: “I do not have any sponsored events myself this year, but my mum is being very brave and has booked in to do a Sponsored Tandem Skydive in aid of Cancer Research UK. Hopefully it will be this Saturday, 25th August. ” If you would like to support Heidi and her mum you should be able either click or maybe control/click on this link: https://www.justgiving.com/Ann-Epps?utm_source=Sharethis&utm_medium=fundraisingpage&utm_content=Ann-Epps&utm_campaign=pfp-email&utm_term=NEpBj3VRK.
JustGiving sends your donation straight to Cancer Research UK and automatically reclaims Gift Aid if you are a UK taxpayer, so your donation is worth even more. Thank you for your support!
Thursday 23 August Evening view + wine of new work by Tanya Hinton and Nick Andrew. 6.00 – 8.00 at Shaftesbury Arts Centre. See attached fliers.
Saturday 25 August Games Sounds and Morsels 12.00 St. Thomas’ Church, Salisbury (see attached flier)
… also at St. Thomas’ Church and on the same day, “Push”. Yuko, Anne H, Clare H, Sue S and maybe one or two more choir members are taking part in - the first performance of a remarkable opera. Full details on http://bit.ly/2tsT4Rr
Sunday 21 October The church choir at St Peter’s are holding a hymn marathon on the afternoon of Sunday 21st. Members of the community choir who would like to swell the ranks would be more than welcome.