Quinborne Choir Summer Concert

On Saturday night I performed with Quinborne Choir in their summer concert at St. Peter's Church in Birmingham.

This has been my fourth consecutive year singing with the choir in their summer concert and yet again it was a wonderful evening.

I think my highlight of the evening was the choir's performance of Schubert's Sanctus.Very lovely singing indeed. And again I had the pleasure of singing a Haydn mass. This year it was  the G Minor Mass accompanied by Darren Hogg on the organ who must have twenty fingers on eached hand by the amount of notes he had to play. It's no mean feat filling in for an orchestra on a church organ but he does it wonderfully every time!

Quinborne choir is such a friendly, warm and welcoming group and I do sincerely hope to sing with them again next year.

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