Shepherds fly into Tenby for a musical feast

Thursday 28th August 2014 10:00 pm
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On Saturday, September 6, at 7.30 pm, St. Johns Church is hosting a visit from The Flying Shepherds, an A Cappella choir from the Usk area in Monmouthshire. This is the first time they have performed in Pembrokeshire, although they are well known across South Wales, having sung in a variety of venues, from Brecon Cathedral to the Three Salmons Hotel in Usk. The choir have been together for 10 years under the direction of Andrew Morton, a musician with huge experience as a chorister who has sung at St. Pauls and Southwark Cathedrals and who was a member of Kings College singers, but who also enjoys playing keyboard in three rock and blues bands. They will present a varied programme of music and readings based on the theme of water and will be joined in the concert by the Pembrokeshire Youth Brass Quintet under the direction of Colin Barret. Tickets are available on the door priced at £6, to include refreshments.

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