Bozeat Windmill Singers - History

This is a site for people who want to join or support The Bozeat Windmill Singers, a mixed four part choir for experienced and novice singers; currently of approximately forty-five members, that meets Tuesday evenings during school term time at the Independent Wesleyan Church "The Little Chapel" in the village. We sing a broad range of musical genre, ranging from modern and popular, show songs and medleys, through to light classical etc.

History

Bozeat Windmill Singers was started in 1993 as a result of a conversation between two friends living in Bozeat; Marian Brown, a singer and vocal coach and Sue Partridge Underwood an accomplished pianist and accompanist.

An invitation to join the new choir was placed in the village magazine and the choir was born. As Musical Director Marian established the choir and its reputation for high quality entertaining concerts. After 20 years Marian passed the baton to Anna Denny in 2013 who continues the good work.

In 2018 the choir celebrated its 25th anniversary. Marian, now our President joined the celebrations and cut the cake in honour of the event

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Marion, on the left, with Sue blowing the candles out after cutting the cake.

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The founders Marion (on the left) and Sue after receiving presents and flowers.

Some of the original Bozeat members are still in the choir. However in addition to other local communities, members now travel from Northampton, Thrapston, and Sherington.

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This page was last updated on 18 September 2019.


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