and Highbridge Choral Society welcomes newcomers
and Highbridge Choral Society is set to welcome newcomers to its
ranks in readiness for its winter programme.
group re-starts after the summer on Thursday 10th September at
7.30pm in the Methodist Church Hall, College Street, Burnham when
new singers will be welcome.
the summer several members of the society joined The Really Big
Chorus at the Royal Albert Hall in London where 2,000 people made
up a huge choir to sing Karl Jenkins' The Armed Man.
society's Musical Director, Nicholas Bromilow, right, will
also be singing there in the penultimate night of the BBC Proms.
choir is privileged to have a talented man like Nick to lead us
for another season," says a spokesperson. "He is Musical
Director to several choirs and orchestras and we are hoping to
combine later in the year for a performance in Bristol. He may
be a young man, but has a wise head on young shoulders."
takes his music seriously, but brings a sense of joy and humour
to rehearsals as well as singing himself and playing the French
Horn. Not only do we have an exceptional Musical Director but
we are doubly blessed by having a brilliant Accompanist in Frances
are a great double act. Frances is a sought after pianist, singer
and teacher, we are very lucky to have had her with our choir
for many years. Together Nick and Frances allow the choir to grow
and flourish. They are both helping the choir to achieve their
full potential. Whilst making it most enjoyable for choir members."
not come and join us this Autumn, and take advantage of our good
fortune with these two talented people. We begin again on 10th
September at 7.30pm in the Methodist Church Hall - you wont