the 2014 concert season draws to a close after a record number of
engagements, the thoughts of the choristers turn to locations further
afield. The first of these locations is Hereford, where we will
have be a joint concert next Saturday, 4th October, as guests of the Hereford Rail
Male Voice Choir. The choir is also planning a tour of Malta
in 2015. More details of this will soon be found on a special
page. The next concert in Tenby is in St Mary's on Thuursday
October 9th. Other news is that Dr John Harrison, organist and
musical director of St Mary's, has recently celebrated 40 years with
the church. John is a popular figure in Tenby, as well as being a
good friend of the choir, assistant accompanist, conductor, etc.
We wish him all the best, and many more years of music making.
Click on his photo to see the Tenby Observer article.
was joined by actor Warwick Davis and his family at Tenby harbour last
was in town filming for the second series of his ITV show Weekend
Escapes. The two Tenby Observer
press reports are linked below:
latest press report by Terry is available at the link below:
a quiet June (only one concert and a miniconcert) in July, the choir
have given five concerts and a miniconcert, including for three
charities: Hope, Crossroads and the Sea Cadets. Terry's 5th July
press report is available HERE.
Blackmore in entertainment mode.
TMC concert on 15th May in St Mary's is sponsored by FBM estate
agents. Thank-you very much!
first concert was in St Johns on Tuesday 6th, in aid of CRUSE,
bereavement care charity. The soloists were popular local young
musicians Sacsoffonics, whose talents and proficiency go from strength
was like a whirlwind of events,
with four concerts, seven rehearsals and a wedding. One of the
concerts being in Abingdon Guildhall on 12th, with the Oxford Welsh
Choir during our very enjoyable weekend away trip. Here
are links to reports in the Tenby Observer by Allan and by Molly Neate.
The 2014 Season Begins
2014 season kicked off with the St Davids day concert in St Johns,
Tenby. Below is the link to Allan Keating's report in the Tenby
Keating, TMC's Press Officer.
annual event took place in the Giltar Hotel on Sunday 19th January,
with our guests choir president Roy Noble and his wife Elaine. Roy, as
usual, gave a very entertaining speech. Click
for the press report. Thanks once again the the Giltar for their
excellent food and service. Also at the dinner, we celebrated the
90th birthday of second tenor George Pryce: many congratulations George!
Roy and Elaine - from our archive