Apart from his family, Sandy’s life was his piano and his music and some members of the Society will have been fortunate enough to have performed under his direction and with his accompaniment.
Many of you may also have been taught by Sandy as he was head of the Music Department at Woodmill High School for most of his life in education and for those of you who sang with the Woodmill Singers, he spent many years with that accomplished group as well.
Sandy’s principal talent was his piano playing and I know that I will miss hearing him practise and entertain. He will be sorely missed.
The funeral will be at Dunfermline Crematorium at 10.00 a.m. on Wednesday 6th August, and thereafter at the Pitbauchlie House Hotel.
At least that’s the claim made for Rodgers and Hammerstein’s South Pacific. You can judge for yourself at the end of May, when Lochgelly and District Amateur Musical Association are presenting this spectacular show at the Lochgelly Centre Theatre.
Starting on Wednesday 28 May, the show runs until Saturday 31 May (including a matinée). Tickets are £12.00; concessions £10.00. Dave Smith is in the cast, and will get tickets for you: send him a private message with your requests via our DGASS buddies Facebook page.
Our friends in the Kelty Musical Association are presenting The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas in the Carnegie Hall from 7–10 May at 7:15pm nightly, plus a 2:15pm Saturday matinée. Tickets are £13/£11 from 01383 780342.
Kerry Black says: “It’s going to be an Awesome show! — with Teri Wishart and 27 others”.