WEDNESDAY 21st NOVEMBER 2018 at 7.30pm
in ALL SAINTS CHURCH
THE BAND OF HER MAJESTY’S ROYAL MARINES COLLINGWOOD
SORRY BUT ALL TICKETS FOR THIS C0NCERT HAVE NOW SOLD OUT! – BUT SEE BELOW FOR 2019 CONCERTS…
The Band of Her Majesty’s Royal Marines Collingwood makes a significant contribution to the Naval Service and wider UK interests. It provides musical support to commemorative events and veterans’ parades in London and throughout the South Coast. Its concerts raise funds for Service charities and it performs for events both on a national level and for local communities… and once again we warmly welcome the Band back to All Saints Denmead! Join us for an unforgettable evening of superb music ranging from classical pieces to military band favourites, and the finalé of the concert will be the presentation of an award to the top candidate from the M1 Conductors’ course. Tickets cost £12 each and will be on sale from Monday 5th March, available from the Church Office (open Mon-Fri mornings). Last year’s concert tickets sold out within three weeks, so don’t delay in buying yours.
BARNARD’S RESTAURANT – PLACES STILL AVAILABLE… Barnard’s (opposite the Church) will once again be open exclusively for pre-concert dinners from 5pm that evening. Relax and enjoy a 2-course meal with coffee before strolling across the road to the concert. Places are limited and booking is essential. Don’t delay, book today! Call Barnard’s on 023 9225 7788 to reserve a table.
SATURDAY 23rd MARCH 2019 at 7.30pm
in ALL SAINTS CHURCH
HAMPSHIRE POLICE MALE VOICE CHOIR
We are delighted to welcome back this much-loved and very popular choir which attracts huge audiences – previous concerts have sold out so be sure to buy your tickets early! Tickets cost £12 each and are available from the Church Office (9am-12 noon Mon-Fri), or tel: 023 9226 8565, or download an order form from HERE
The Choir’s Musical Director, Terri Freeman LRAM, LTCL, FISM, is a professional vocal teacher and is on schedule to become the choir’s longest serving Musical Director in early 2019. She conducted her very first concert with the choir at All Saints in October 1997 and her 10th anniversary was celebrated with another fundraising concert at the church.
Formed in 1940 as the Portsmouth City Police Choir, it was in demand to lift morale and for fundraising activities in the battered city. After police reorganisation in 1967 it became the Hampshire Police Male Voice Choir, and now has about 60 members, retired officers and members of the Community. It has performed in prestigious venues at home and abroad.
HPMVC raises thousands of pounds for local and national organisations and promotes the Hampshire Constabulary’s Crime Prevention, Community Safety and Trading Standards messages. The Choir’s accompanists are Nigel Smith, and Sian Bibby-Hsia, the choir’s deputy accompanist and occasional deputy MD
Come along and bring your family and friends to enjoy the Choir’s extensive repertoire of music ranging from the most sacred to sea shanties, folk songs and “show stoppers”.