By Eric Plenderleath - 18th June 2014 6:00am
Our own Musical Director at St Andrew's Church,Michael Reynolds, promises an evening of stirring music, when he performs on both the piano and organ, this coming Friday 20th June.
As well as two composition which he has arranged himself, there will be items from popular Musicals, Verdi's "Grand March" from "Aida" and the chance to join in with his "Wartime Medley"
As donations on the evening will go to the Royal British Legion, he will appropriately conclude the evening with two of Edward Elgar's best known compositions, the unforgettable "Nimrod"----probably my favourite piece of music, and the rousing "Pomp & Circumstance March No 1--Land of Hope & Glory".
It is an evening of music not to be missed, and you will be able to enjoy Strawberries & Cream prior to the concert if you come along at 7.00 p.m.
No tickets required---donations to the Royal British Legion.
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