Burns Sangfest

While current company members themselves won’t be able to come – busy rehearsing! – hopefully others of you will be interested in a concert that Alison Pendlowski wanted you to hear about. She’ll be singing in the choir, and Nancy Crook, one of our next rehearsal pianists, is directing, so it’ll be an enjoyable evening.

As part of the Dunfermline Carnegie Library’s “Tae a Bard” exhibition, Ivor Klayman and the Queen Anne Singers are putting on “A Burn’s Sangfest” on Wednesday 22 January at 7.00pm in the Canmore Room at the Library. It’s a revival of the show about Burns and his songs that John Cairney wrote and performed for many years with the vocal quartet The Quatrain for whom Nancy Crook was the accompanist, but performed this time by Ivor Klayman and the Queen Anne Singers under the direction of Nancy Crook. It includes a brief history of Burns in narration, readings using in his own words and, of course, many of his songs

More details about “Tae a Bard” in the linked leaflet (though there are some typos), and you can get the £10 tickets for the Sangfest from the Library or on-line at this link.

Next appearance

The Pirates of Penzance 2022

Although we plan to present a concert version of The Mikado in 2021, our next show on stage in the Carnegie Hall will be The Pirates of Penzance from Thursday to Saturday 17–19 February 2022!

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