PHOTO GALLERY ( updated )

JULY 2017

Our last concert of the Spring/Summer season was at Truro School Chapel where we supporting Penhaligon’s Friends, generously assisted by the Trengilly Singers and The Beatroots from Oxford.

July 2017

We shared a superb concert with Lostwithiel Town Band at St Bartholemew’s church Lostwithiel, where over £800 was raised in support of Cornwall Hospice Care.

 

June 2017

We shared a lovely cream tea with present and past Choir members in celebration of our 60th anniversary.

 

June 2017

We presented another cheque for £1000 to the ladies from Marie Curie. This was raised at our concert with Holman Climax MVC in May.

 

March 2017

We presented a cheque for £1000 to the Cornwall Down’s Syndrome Support Group following a hugely successful concert with Tamar Valley MVC.

 

March 2017

Our visit to the Penlee Lifeboat to present our cheque for £1000 which was raised at our Carols by Candlelight, Christmas 2016.

 

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Christmas 2016

 

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Photos from our win at the Camborne Music Festival November 2016

 

Photos from our 50th Anniversary Dinner October 2016

 

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Photos from our 2016 trip to Bristol and Clevedon

 

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Photos from our concert at Camborne for Cara Coweth Water, Sierra Leone.

 

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What a fabulous evening!

Stithians Ladies Choir in action again …

this time hosting a concert to support the work of Penhaligon’s Friends

Saturday 22nd July saw the Ladies, together with their special guests the Trengilly Singers and The Beatroots, singing their hearts out in the wonderful surroundings of Truro School Chapel. This was undoubtedly the most musically varied concert they have hosted as the genres were wonderfully diverse ( madrigals to beatbox ) and the associated musical time span was enormous( 16th to 21st centuries ) There really was something to appeal to all tastes and the audience loved it – so did the performers.

THE TRENGILLY SINGERS conductor Melanie Uren

Compère Janette Eathorne kept everyone on their toes with witty links and Cornish anecdotes and Maestro Rico Gerber accompanied both Trengilly and Stithians from the grand piano which was facing away from both conductors ( we told you he was wonderful! ) There were refreshments in the interval with so much left over that they were polished off afterwards, a large table was replete with raffle prizes and everyone there was most generous.

THE BEATROOTS outside Truro School Chapel

During the evening a representative from Penhaligon’s Friends, a local charity which helps and supports children at a time of bereavement, told us about the importance of their work and how it all depends on voluntary contributions. We don’t yet know how much our efforts raised but we will let you know as soon as we can and you can rest assured that a large cheque will be winging its way in their direction very soon.

“We are a Cornish charity supporting bereaved children, young people, parents and carers throughout the county. We offer children and young people the chance to meet others and share their experiences, as well as practical resources for children and parents”

 

Stithians Ladies Choir would like to thank all the fabulous musicians who helped with this concert and gave so generously of their time, expertise and cash! Thanks also to Truro School for the use of their wonderful facilities and their excellent team of people who helped us.

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Here is a slideshow of photographs from the concert … enjoy!

 

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Photos courtesy of Peter Asplet

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