A concert of piano and vocal offerings by some of Kirsty's Keylicious pupils was a good way to spend an early Saturday evening in February.  It was a wonderful showcase of good local talent, and a programme filled with variety, from classical to pop and musical theatre.

Helen W (vocal)

  • A fine, fine line (Avenue Q)
  • With every breath I take (City of Angels)
  • Your Daddy's son (Ragtime)

Simran (piano and vocal)

  • Allemande in A minor (piano)
  • Kavaleriiskaya (piano)
  • Mamma Do (vocal)

Carmen (vocal)

  • Someone Else's story (Chess)

Tara (vocal)

  • Adelaide's Lament

Olivia (vocal)

  • I Ain't in Checotah Anymore
  • Before he cheats

Interval

James S (piano)

  • She'll be coming round the mountain

Anikesh (piano)

  • Do you want to build a snowman?

Rebecca (piano)

  • L'Orage

Kara (piano)

  • Hit the road Jack

Ginny (vocal)

  • Say the Word (the Unauthorised biography of Samantha Brown)
  • Climbing uphill (the last five years)

Duet: Ginny and Tara (vocal)

  • What is this feeling? (Wicked)

James Mc (guitar & vocals) with Kirsty (vocals & piano)

  • Down in Yon Forest
  • The Fields of Athenry
  • The Water is wide
  • The Shores of Avalon

Recessional: Misty

All the musicians performed well for the very supportive audience.  The little sister of one performer was encouraged to sing at the start of the second half. There were some delicious cakes and tea during the interval.

Thank you Kirsty and her pupils for offering such a lovely concert and everyone who helped front of house.  This was a free concert with a retiring collection and we raised £128.79 for the organ fund.

You can see photos of this concert at https://www.flickr.com/photos/78058413@N06/sets/72157650297098069/