The angelic voices of Classical Reflection, Peterborough twins Hannah and Naomi Moxon, who wowed The Voice judges and viewers three years ago will take to the Key Theatre stage in September for a great new charity performance.
Ever wondered what goes into making a successful gala concert? Then just ask anyone who attended this sumptuous event by three outstanding local choirs and a top-notch military band and they’ll be happy to tell you.
I was fortunate enough to attend a rehearsal of Take Note, Peterborough’s community choir, about three weeks ago. The occasion was a distinctly happy one and I was genuinely impressed by the warm and welcoming attitude of everyone I met.
Most jazz combos feature a rhythm section of piano, bass, and drums, fronted by a saxophonist or some other horn player. But at this Peterborough Jazz Club gig there was something refreshingly different. Centre-stage and pride of place stood an eye-catching vibraphone, king of metal-keyed percussion instruments.
Peterborough’s Cresset Theatre opened its doors for Men United in Song on Saturday, a charity concert supporting Prostate Cancer UK, organised by the city’s award-winning Peterborough Male Voice Choir.