March Brass 2000 Christmas concert raises money for St Wendreda’s Church
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March Brass 2000 performed their annual Christmas concert in aid of St Wendreda’s Church on Saturday December 16.
The audience at the March church was treated to a ‘feast of fine festive music’ from more than 30 musicians across two hours.
The concert was led by musical director Nigel Sutterby. Solos were performed by Jeremy Lucas, Roger Kitchen, Lily and Louise Tombleson, Graham Twist , and Theo Letts.
A rousing rendition of The Lonely Mill, showed the band at its best, with the introduction of two new pieces for next year’s program: Life on Mars, by David Bowie, and a light hearted item, Lemon Tree.
The audience enjoyed mince pies and mulled wine at the interval.
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All proceeds went to supporting St Wendredas Church.
St Wendreda’s Church dates from the 13th Century and is famous for its roof which is decorated with over 100 carved angels.
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March Brass 2000 last performed at the church three years ago.