Large audience justifies move to church

An audience of nearly 100 enjoyed the concert by folk duo Michell and Vincent last Sunday- 27 January.

‘We took the decision to move the concert from the small church hall into the much larger church’, says Celia, one of the organisers, ‘otherwise we would have been sending people away!’

This was a typical comment: ‘Wonderful afternoon . . . .  Great to see such a big and appreciative audience particularly.’

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Mitchel and Vincent

Free concert Sunday 27 January 2019, 3.30 pm St Mary’s Church TA7 0EP

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West Country-based David Mitchell and Graham Vincent are in great demand throughout the UK and abroad, playing a lively and varied mix of traditional tunes and songs, arranged by them for Fiddle and Classical Guitar.

Website: https://mitchellandvincent.com

There is no need to book; just turn up in time to be seated by 3.30 pm. Doors open at 3.00 pm.

Contact Ann Philcox on 01278 691438 akphilcox@btinternet.com for more information.

Another wonderful afternoon of music …. and members of the audience have a blow themselves!

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Gill Sayzeland has a go at one of Colin Block’s extensive collection of trumpets while Colin blows the hose pipe on which he played Jeremiah Clarke’s famous Prince of Denmark’s March (aka the Trumpet Voluntary) in a varied and uplifting programme of music from mediaeval to modern.

Colin comments, ‘Please tell Gill that she has more potential than she realises to play the trumpet.  It’s never too late!’

The concert included Linda Stocks on the ‘cello and Jacquelyn Bevan on keyboards, accompanying Colin as well as playing solo and together- particularly memorable in Saint-Saëns’ The Swan.