Over the Bridge – Presents – “From Dowland to Disco”
A concert to be given in St Mary Magdalene Church, Geddington, Kettering NN14 1AH on Sunday 26 November at 6.30pm
A programme of a cappella singing spanning 400 years of music from John Dowland to Daft Punk, including some music with an Advent theme!
Over The Bridge is an all-male close harmony group formed in Clare College, Cambridge. All of the members of the group are past choral scholars of the internationally renowned Choir of Clare College, Cambridge.
Since the early 2000s Over the Bridge has been making a name for itself as an accomplished performer of a wide range of repertoire. Over The Bridge is perhaps best known for its many and various arrangements of popular tunes, ranging from the likes of Earth Wind and Fire and Stevie Wonder to Lady Gaga and Daft Punk, all with the signature Over the Bridge twist and flair. In addition to these, the group has a keen interest in early and Renaissance repertoire, with pieces by William Byrd, Jean Richafort, and Thomas Tallis all making appearances at this concert.
The concert will encapsulate all aspects of the Over The Bridge sound, and give you an experience you won’t soon forget!
Tickets £15.00 Concessions £12.50 Children £5.00
Ticket prices include a glass of wine or a soft drink and nibbles during the interval. From email@example.com or phone 01536 746173
St.Mary Magdalene Church, will be open tonight (Tuesday 23rd May) between 6pm-8pm, and offers a safe place for silent prayer and reflection following the awful incident last night in Manchester. Please come along to light a candle and pray for all those affected.
Music oft hath such a charm – A concert of readings and music
Saturday 22 April at 7:30pm
St Mary Magdalene, Geddington
Jubilee Brass, Quercus Bones and Organ
Tickets on the door: £10 including interval glass of wine or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We pay homage to Shakespeare with a collection of evocative readings complemented by a unique programme of music featuring famous melodies from Purcell, Wagner, Saint-Saens and Elgar in original arrangements for brass ensemble. Also included in the programme is a work by Widor for the impressive combination of organ with trumpets, trombones, horn, flugelhorn and tuba.
Please Join us for our Parish Pilgrimage to Walsingham.
Saturday 1st – Monday 3rd April 2017
This promises to be a deeply devotional experience where we will live a simple life of worship, prayer, and meditation.
Places are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.
For further details please email:
Adult – £108.10 –Half Board Children – £64.86 – Half Board
For further info visit www.walsinghamanglican.org.uk
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