Dear, Chorale, Alumni, Parents and Trustees,
It was absolutely wonderful to see you all last night, for what turned out to be a lovely evening of friends catching up, music and our delicious 3 Course meal prepared by the fabulous Tina. Huge congratulations must go to Tina, for singlehandedly preparing forty 3 Course meals – No Mean Feat! She even prepared her own special mint sauce, which was an all-round hit.
We were so happy to be graced with the presence of such wonderful friends, alumni and choir members, thank you all for coming and breaking bread with us. It was a delight to see you all and catch up on what you are all up to. With so many talented and creative young people it is always fascinating to hear you and where you are at on your journeys! It was especially interesting to hear Phoebe Quare is now taking a more scientific approach to her designing career, using some very interesting materials like mussels (the sea variety) in her work?!
It was also an exceptional pleasure to hear performances from Edmund Jeffery and Ewan Phillips. Edmund first sang solos with us when he was 5 years old and performed a mixture of originals, covers and delightful renditions of some George Formby Classics. Edmund, Ewan and friends will be performing at the Dugdale Theatre on the 24th of March, so if you would like to hear more and support local Enfield talent, please do keep the date free in your diaries. In the meantime if you want to listen to or purchase any of Edmund’s music you can, via the following link; Itunes
Last night was a highly successful evening and everyone seemed very keen to have another one in the future!
We are always delighted to hear from you all, especially by email and we will endeavor to reply in a short while. In the meantime have a great new term! For those of you who are returning to choir on Sunday it is the first time we have had an audition for a new choir conductor and we are looking forward to this very much.
Love, June and Christopher