SATURDAY JULY 1st at 7.30
ST BARTHOLEMEW’S CHURCH, LOSTWITHIEL
We are singing in support of Cornwall Hospice Care and share the evening with Lostwithiel Town Band. The compère is Tamsin Thomas and tickets are £8 on the door, to include a glass of wine. Further information from the organiser – Angela Hurst 01208 872056
Lostwithiel is a fascinating old town and the church is a fine example. Why not take trip up there and enjoy the river, castle, antique shops and tea shops before our concert? We would love to see you!
OUR SUPPORT FOR MARIE CURIE
President Thelma and deputy treasurer Connie hold aloft our Big Cheque surrounded by representatives from Marie Curie ( in yellow ) and choir members.
Of course the title of this article could apply to many of our dear lady choir members! ( we do love a cream tea! ) but in this instance it refers to the wonderful sum of money we were able to donate to Marie Curie Cornwall. For the third time in a row we raised an incredible £1000 at a concert, this latest one being the superb musical evening that we shared with Holman Climax MVC in May. Here is a slide show of the concert – a good time was had by all!
Stithians Ladies 50th Anniversary Reunion Cream Tea
The Stithians Centre was alive with the sound of laughter and chitchat this afternoon as the Ladies invited past members and friends to share a lovely cream tea.
You can judge from this slide-show that a good time was had by all!
Here is a little video in celebration of Stithians Ladies Choir’s 50 years of making music, making friends, making money for charity and having a ball at the same time! The photos are from concerts and events over the past few years and will bring back many happy memories for members and audiences alike.
This song was recorded at our most recent concert in Falmouth
where we raised £1000 for Marie Curie Cornwall
WE ARE PROUD
Yes. For the third time in a row a Stithians Ladies concert has raised £1000 for charity. Well, to be honest, we made nearly that amount after expenses and the members voted unanimously to make it up to the round figure.
Stithians Ladies with Holman Climax Male Voice Choir. 20th May 2017
We shall be inviting representatives from Marie Curie Cornwall to visit us soon so that we can present a cheque which will help in their invaluable work.
Watch this space!
The Ladies added this song to their repertoire just in time for our recent concert in aid of Marie Curie. They loved learning it and singing it so here is the very first public performance. As it was recorded on a little gizmo from the audience there is a little distortion towards the end – sorry!
“Be Thou My Vision” arr. Dan Forrest
Rico Gerber accompanies on piano with Becky McGlade ‘cello.
At our recent concert in support of Marie Curie we sang a song which lasted just a minute ….
Video courtesy of an audience member and generously shared.
Stithians Ladies shared a superb concert with Holman Climax Male Voice Choir on Saturday 20th May in the fabulous acoustic of Falmouth Methodist Church.
As an added bonus they were joined by the amazingly talented ‘cellist Becky McGlade and here she is, accompanied by the equally amazing Rico Gerber, playing The Swan by Camille Saint-Saens. ( This was recorded from the audience on a small gizmo so try to listen on a computer with good speakers! )
Enjoy … we certainly did!
A full report of the concert will be posted here very soon so –
watch this space to find out how much was raised for Marie Curie.
We are really looking forward to our next concert ..
Our guests are the renowned Holman Climax Male Voice Choir
… with a special appearance of talented ‘cellist, soprano and composer Becky McGlade
… not forgetting our fabulous accompanist, composer and author Rico Gerber
… and compère Adrian Wilton completes the stellar line-up.
We are delighted to present this wonderful evening of music to support Marie Curie so do come along and share it with us. Tickets ( only £5 ) are available at the door or contact any choir member.
SEE YOU THERE!
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