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Monday, October 22, 2018

When the Clocks Go back we Switch the Attack ...

With a comparatively busy September and October now behind us thoughts now turn to the Christmas programme and, as usual, learning a couple of new songs to keep things fresh. But before that November will see us helping Milton Lilbourne to mark Remembrance Sunday, paying a visit to the Wilts Air Ambulance HQ to present our fundraising cheque and pitching in at St Johns' Medieval Christmas Fayre.
As ever, new voices are always welcome: St Johns, Church St, Pewsey - Modays 7:00pm for 7:30pm.

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

The Sound of Silence (is Lifted ...)

Ladies and Gentlemen there will now be a short intermission while we spend August resting our warbling organs and putting our trotters up after a challenging, varied and entertaining 2017/18 season. Membership is at an all-time high of 34 voices.We return for public engagements at:

  • Oare Village Show, Sat 1st Sept, 
  • Pewsey Feast Tea, Sun 16th Sept
  • Macmillan Coffee Morning, Netheravon, Tues 25th Sept
  • Crofton Steam Gala, Sun 30th Sept
  • Figheldean Church, Sat 20th Oct

Rehearsals Mondays 7:00pm for 7:30pm in St Johns, Church St, Pewsey ... simply turn up if you'd like to be a part of the 2018/19 story!

Thursday, June 14, 2018

Next Up! ...

Two performances coming up:

  • Sat 30th June - Milton Lilbourne Summer Fair with Pewsey Belles, 2:30pm

  • Fri 6th July - Enford Church, Summer Concert with Salisbury Plain Military Wives Choir, 7:00pm

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Music&more3 - Gala for Wilts Air Ambulance

What an enjoyable and successful night that was! - an eclectic dance through the generations of talent available in but one Wiltshire village - that not only fulfilled the evening's purpose to entertain but also raised a four figure sum for PMVC's adopted charity, the Wilts Air Ambulance.

From the opening set where the audience were charmed by the ukulele, drumming and singing skills of pupils from Pewsey Vale School and their teacher Mrs Segue du Toit, through the tight, complex and soulful songs of Nick & Sam Taylor with Zak Messenger to the accomplished guitar/ vocals of Paul Darby, the musical spectrum in first half of the concert was a joy to behold. All delightfully counterpointed by recitations and dulcimer solos from members of Pewsey Vale Amateur Dramatic Society (PVADS), interspersed with compere Paul Hornbogen's tributes to the Emerald Isle following their grand slam exploits on their own Saint's day.

While the snowfall outside got heavier, the second half saw a packed Bouverie Hall treated to a special PVADS performance of their latest one act play The Accident followed by the musical excellence of The White Horse Duo who closed by getting everyone to join them in Que Sera Sera. We rounded things off ourselves with four part arrangements of The House of the Rising Sun, He Ain't Heavy He's My Brother, You Raise Me Up, Bohemian Rhapsody and Speed Your Journey before closing with Blake's Jerusalem.