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News of the Brue Boys - Last updated 13th April March 2018
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Rehearsal Update
We are currently learning the song 'Hello Dolly' from the American musical of the same name, further sea shanty arrangements composed by tenor Trevor Ryder and an arrangement of the traditional Zulu chant 'Senzenina' which we will also, as the shanties, sing unaccompanied. See the Songs page for a complete list of numbers sung by the choir in concerts.
The choir now has 48 members and we continue to welcome new members. Email our Conductor Jennifer Westcott on jennifermmsing@yahoo.co.uk to find out more.
Practice parts for a revival of the song 'Sweet Lass of Richmond Hill' are available for choir members on the Practice Parts page.

2018 Concerts
The next concert will be held in Kingweston Church on Saturday 12th May at 7.30pm - see the 2018 Concert Diary page for other 2018 concert bookings.

The Brue Boys performed a concert in the new venue of St Benedicts Church in Glastonbury on St Patrick's Day and returned to Baltonsborough Village Hall for a Valentine themed concert on Saturday 17th February - see the 2018 Concerts page for more.

2018 Dinner
Andrew Look again organised a highly successful annual dinner at Long Sutton Golf Club on Friday 23rd March. See the 2018 Dinner page for more.

Uniforms
Master of the Wardrobe Nick Llewellyn supplies smart shirts, sweatshirts and fleeces for choir members, all with the Brue Boys logo. Details are now also available on the website: see the Uniforms page for more.

Matters arising from 2017....

Souvenir Journal
There are still some spare copies of the 40 page, A4, full colour
Souvenir Journal to celebrate the First Ten Years of the Brue Boys

- these are available at £10 each from Treasurer Roger White.
We will donate all profits to our local good causes
and the project is already in profit of about £100.

New Piano
Hilde Senior enjoyed playing the new piano in several late 2017 rehearsals
- the quality of the sound makes a huge difference and Hilde looks forward to its first outing on 17th February during the Baltonsborough Concert.

The photo right shows Nick Llewellyn enjoying setting it up!

 
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