Penkridge Voices


Do you like music and singing? Got some free time? 
A new singing group  - Penkridge Voices -  was formed in Penkridge in late 2011.  Music Director was Anne Geoghegan, a qualified & experienced music teacher & examiner.  Unfortunately she sadly died in December 2016 and since then Dianne Jupp has undertook the role.  We meet every Friday evening at the Methodist Church rooms during term time.   We are about to start our 8th year - we would welcome some new members.
Further info from the Secretary Liz Minshall Tel: 07340 989383 or Email   Liz.

Our First CONCERT was held at the METHODIST CHURCH in Penkridge on Saturday 24 March 2012 - all tickets were sold.
It was a varied programme, consisting of the following:  Viva La Musica;  All things bright and beautiful (John Rutter);  A duet "Bold Gendarmes" sung by John Aldridge and Wilf Beeson ;  Ascot Gavotte;   A solo "Memories" sung by Diane Jupp;  Sound of Silence;  Solo "OH! What a beautiful morning sung by Wilf Beeson ;   Solo "Foggy, Foggy Dew" sung by John Aldridge;   A London Medley;   Psalm 23 (Theme music from The Vicar of Dibley);  Shalom Chevrim; 
During the evening, the audience participated in a Potpourri of popular songs, including "Siegfried Line", "Run, Rabbit, Run", "Daisy Bell", "Pack up your Troubles", "Tipperary", "Josh-u-ah", "You made me love you", "Love's own sweet song", "On Ilkley Moor baht 'at", "White Cliffs of Dover", and finally "We'll meet again".
Music Director was Anne Geoghegan and Pianist Tony Parker.   In the interval, Richard Bisiker played classical guitar music.