Posted: September 2015
The David Aylett Memorial Concert will take place in our Church on Saturday 26th September at 7.30pm. It will feature an appealing mixed programme of choral and instrumental music, including Aylesbury Festival Choir who regularly perform here, and an enjoyable evening is a certainty. As a conductor and composer David Aylett was probably one of the most significant people in the music life of Aylesbury during the past 50 years. He was responsible for the formation and development of the Aylesbury Festival Choir and had strong connections with many other music activities. David (and his wife Pat) always maintained strong connections with our Church and was well known to many of our members. Tickets are £12 each (Juniors £5) available from Brenda Horne or Kay Foote, or at the door, or telephone 01296 614062. Please support this occasion; you won't be disappointed. All proceeds from the concert will be divided between The Lymphoma Association and the Cancer Care and Haematology Unit at Stoke Mandeville Hospital.
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