Eight members of the Senior Choir and three staff members sang some festive a cappella numbers for the Bridge Trust Christmas party. The group met after school and polished up some numbers from the CD they have just recorded (available for purchase here).

The first set consisted of Will Todd’s ‘My Lord Has Come’, followed by John Gardner’s ‘Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day’. After some pizza, our second set began with Stopford’s ‘Lully, Lulla, Lullay’ with a solo by Lucy.

They finished the evening with David King’s arrangement of ‘Jingle Bells’, compete with sleigh bells played by Bobby. This was the first Christmas event held by the Rochester Bridge Trust (RBT). Well done to the singers on this excellent achievement at the end of a very busy but rewarding week.

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