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Aylesbury Festival Choir's latest concert will be performed in our church on Saturday 16th April starting at 7.30pm. Entitled 'Songs and Sonnets, Shakespeare's World, it will have music by George Shearing and words by William Shakespeare. The concert will include the Galliard Band and two readers, Richard Henders and Claire Winsper. Director of Music is James Davey and Thelma King is the accompanist.

The programme will include 'Spring', 'It was a lover and his lass', 'If ye love me' 'Ave Verum Corpus', 'The Silver Swan', 'Blow, blow thou winter wind' and 'Shall I compare thee to a summer's day'.

Tickets are £12 each or £13 on the door, with Students £5. They are available from choir members,
or via their website www.aylesburyfestivalchoir.net

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