Sandy Sangerstevne, Saturday 18th October

Our third appearance at the Sandy Festival saw us rounding off the event, held in the afternoon at St. Swithun’s Church.  Philip Norman organises this event each year along with a similar  festival in London.  There were eight other groups/choirs performing their chosen pieces with amazingly little overlap!  We chose a Rogers and Hart favourite, ‘Blue Moon’ while Just A Cappella from Hemel Hempstead gave a rendition of the jazzy version.  St. Mary’s Singers from Potton also included ‘The Long Day Closes’, one of Arthur Sullivan’s emotional reveries which we love singing too.  It was a very successful event overall and a treat for those visiting and getting a free concert thrown in.

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