Ben Sawyer passed your email address on to me. I wanted to write and thank you for your generous donation of £250 to support our performance of Jonathan Dove’s ‘For an unknown soldier’ in June. We would be delighted if you were able to join us for the performance and will send a complimentary ticket nearer the time if you are available.
This is a first collaboration for the Oriel Singers with the St Cecilia Singers and the Gloucestershire Symphony Orchestra and we are delighted to be performing a work by a living composer that will help to commemorate the centenary of the end of the First World War. It is a powerful work and I think the evening will be a memorable one.
Many thanks again, for your help in staging this concert and we look forward to seeing you on the evening of the 30th June, if you are able to join us.
(Chair – Oriel Singers)
Happy new year to you and yours.
May I just take this opportunity to thank Brimpsfield Music Society for the kind donation to our school music fund. It was very unexpected but much appreciated.
Mrs Charlotte Blanch
The Catholic School of Saint Gregory The Great
Please pass on my thanks to the Brimpsfield Music Society for the very kind donation of £200 towards the cost of my National Youth Choir course.
I am very much looking forward to my first Main Choir course in April as my time with NYCGB so far has been so enjoyable and has made such a difference to my vocal development and musicianship.
Dear all at Brimpsfield Music Society,
I am writing to thank you again for giving me money to pay for my National Youth Choir courses in Easter and summer. I am very grateful, as the courses were very enjoyable!
At Easter we performed at the Royal Albert Hall, which was a great opportunity. Singing there with some of the best singers in the country was amazing!
The summer course ended with a concert at Giggleswick School in Yorkshire, which was also a lovely venue.
With best wishes,
Once again may I say a huge thank you for granting this generous amount of money which is so helpful to me as I begin my studies at RNCM!
Please pass on my sincere thanks to all the trustees. I would be delighted at some point to come back and play at one of your concerts as you suggested previously.
With very best wishes,
P.S. I am sure you will be pleased to know that following auditions and rehearsals in London over the summer, I shall be principal cellist with the BBC Youth Ensemble playing Raze by Tom Harrold at the opening of the Last Night of the Proms at the Albert Hall on the 10th September. I shall be playing the cello that I was able to purchase with the contribution from Brimpsfield Music Society.