Christmas concert at St.Oswalds Dec 2021

Christmas concert at St.Oswalds Dec 2021

‘Nearly Christmas’ Concert: Nov 2019

This concert was a first for PTN in many ways – the first to be run as a charity concert (in aid of the Peterborough branch of Parkinson’s UK), the first for our new accompanist, Käthe Wright Kaufman (organ scholar

Summer Concert: July 2019

With a theme loosely-based on “Flowers”, this concert gave the choir a chance to perform such old favourites as Build Me Up, Buttercup, Edelweiss & Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree, together with the traditional Scarborough Fair & Last Rose

Verdi Requiem: March 2019

A huge collaboration with the City of Peterborough Symphony Orchestra & Peterborough Opera, this was the most challenging work that Peterborough Take Note has performed during the five years it has been in existence.  Many choir members felt very daunted

Fabulous Favourites ‘From the Attic’: October 2018

Peterborough Take Note’s second concert of 2018 saw a change at the top, with a new MD (Robin Norman, Head of Music and Performing Arts at Ken Stimpson school) and accompanist (Adam Wilson, organ scholar at Peterborough Cathedral).  In the

Love Songs through the Ages: April 2018

PTN’s last concert with our accompanist, James Bowstead, took us through the ages with a wide variety of material – from Gregorian Chant and Sermisy’s Old French love song Tant Que Vivray, through to Motown and Bob Dylan’s To Make

Songs from Shows Old and New: Nov 2017

This concert was the first to feature our new MD, Adam Wills Begley, who despite having only been with us for a few weeks, produced a very good concert. We performed well-known favourites such as Oklahoma, I Could Have Danced

Around the World: May 2017

We travelled in song from the Americas to Australasia, Europe to Africa with a wonderfully varied programme put together and conducted by our MD, James Dixon. We sang his beloved My Country (Australia for Me), of course, and performed the

Christmas Concert: December 2016

Our Christmas Concert this year was held in St Oswald’s Church. We had moved to St Oswald’s Church Hall as a rehearsal venue a few months before so we were very pleased to be able to welcome parishioners, and friends

The Elements: October 2016

Another cafe-style event at the Voyager, this concert included the beautiful songs Sure on This Shining Night by Samuel Barber and Rutter’s A Gaelic Blessing, in addition to popular songs such as Oklahoma, Colours of the Wind and Bridge Over

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