It’s been a big weekend, in so many ways. A big weekend of sport I know, with the World Cup, Wimbledon finals, the Tour de France and Silverstone all happening at the same time. It’s been a big weekend of concerts for BeVox too – one of my personal favourites events on Saturday, and a new departure for us on Sunday.
This is the third year we’ve sung for Sooper Troopers, and it was as inspiring as ever. It’s a real privilege to share the stage with these talented, determined people, who don’t let their disabilities get in the way of thoroughly enjoying themselves! Next year is the 25th anniversary of the group, and we’re thrilled to have been invited to celebrate this milestone with them – we’re going to make next year’s concert even bigger and better.
Sunday saw us take the the stage at the newly-refurbished bandstand in Wakefield’s Clarence Park. We had a really appreciative audience, and it was lovely to get out in the sunshine and sing! It’s great to share our music with people, and it was lovely to see people dancing along. Congratulations to our two soloists too – especially as we dropped them into the programme at virtually no notice! Thanks for stepping up to the plate.