Nessun Dorma was an encore piece taken from a recent testimonial recital at Carnmoney Presbyterian Church for their Presbyterian Women's (P.W.) Group.
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I first received an invitation from my own church, Abbots Cross Presbyterian, in April 2008 to present and perform a night of classical songs from stage and opera for the Presbyterian Women's group (P.W.) I was also encouraged
to add my testemony of how I came to know the
Joseph's Song was performed at Abbots Cross Presbyterian Church in December 2008 for their adaptation of the Nativity (with a twist).
Lord. With a full house we were all blessed with such a successful night. News travelled fast among the ladies and I have been confirming appearances in many Presbyterian Churches since with the opportunity to witness to others what God has done for me.
As I receive more interest in the recital evenings from churches and other professional bodies I have given a name to the performance nights and they are now known as Gregg Davidson's 'Enchanted Evening Recitals'. Literature will soon be available along with a CD that can be purchased at any venue.
Looking for a musical interlude during the Signing of the Register can sometimes be very stressful and very difficult. Where to look and what to choose can cause undue worry but fear not!
Gregg has been performing at such events for over 19 years now and can supply you a list of suggestions for your choice of song(s). As a classical Tenor and vocal all-rounder Gregg can reproduce your favourite songs or arias using his compact, self-contained PA system or the Church's very own Organist.
Roll your mouse over the video area to view a recent performance from Gregg of two songs chosen by the Bride & Groom and learnt and performed specially for the day.
Kerry & Joe's Wedding Ceremony, St Patrick's Church, Jordanstown, 8th August 2009