For those of you who were unable or reluctant to attend all I can say is you missed an excellent evening's entertainment. The St Andrews'"Big Summer Concert' comprised music from Tallis to Elgar, for voices and strings, and a performance of Handel's popular organ concerto "The Cuckoo and the Nightingale". There were virtuoso performances including some Ragtime played on a recorder.
The evening reached a rousing climax when the whole choir, musicians and audience all joined in together with 'You'll Never Walk Alone' a clip of which can be heard here
The raffle and retiring collection raised cash for the Taunton Homeless Association.
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