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Following our acclaimed public debut at Exeter Cathedral the choir rendered carols at the following locations:-
December 11 - Victory Lodge 4189, North Hill, Plymouth,
December 17 - Manadon Lodge 3033, Crownhill, Plymouth, December 19 - The Terrace Cafe, The Hoe, Plymouth.
This event was our public debut, "looking great and sounding even greater", directed by W.Bro. Barrington Sowden, we rendered the Lyngham version of "While Shepherds Watch". For further details view this link and listen here.
The Devon And Cornwall Combined Christian Degrees held their annual Service of Thanksgiving and Celebration on Sunday September 23rd. The Masonic Choir, under the leadership of Barrington Sowden, wowed the congregation with superb performances of the 'Finlandia Hymn' by Jean Sibelius and the hymn 'Eternal Father'.
The Masonic Choir led the singing at St Mary's Church, Plympton, on Wednesday 22nd August, at the funeral of a much loved Brother Phillip Anthony Jones. The pall-bearers were his fellow Brethren from Victory Lodge 4189 in Plymouth, which was his Mother Lodge. A reading was given by his son Wayne and a poem by his daughter Nicola. The eulogy was given by W.Bro Bill Wakeham. His widow Donna wished to thank the Masonic Choir, which was very much appreciated by the congregation. The Funeral service was conducted by Father Will Sweeney. Amazing Grace was sung by the Choir as the family and mourners left the Church.
The roof was lifted by song at the Cadogan Court annual fair this year. The Devonshire Masonic Choir made their mark by filling the rooms with harmony, under the direction of Barrington Sowden. Their repertoire included popular songs such as Lennon and McCartney's composition 'Yesterday', to a diverse selection including the glorious 'Finlandia Hymn' by Jean Sibelius. The audience were left wanting more, and the choir will be working hard to increase their repertoire over the months to come. Listen to the choir here
The quality of their singing was exceeded only by the smart new uniforms donated by their kind benefactor Jill Hurford. The centre front row shows Jill accompanied by Grand Lodge Officer Andy Vodden MBE. They are in turn flanked by Barrington to the left and their Chairman and founder member Bill Wakeham to the right.
On the 16th of April the ‘Devonshire Masonic Choir’ had the privilege of singing two numbers at the Devon Provincial Grand Lodge meeting - 'Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone)' and The Beatles ‘Yesterday’. The Right Worshipful Brother Ian Kingsbury, The Provincial Grand Master, introduced the Devonshire Masonic Choir and was very pleased with our performance and said that he hopes to see us perform at many more Masonic events.
In memory of her late Father, W.Bro. Jeffrey Hurford, a member of Tormohun Lodge.
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