Preview: Jennifer Parker-Lummis at Holy Trinity, Gosport

Our very own Gosport opera diva, Jennifer Parker-Lummis, will once again delight and entertain us on Sunday 3rd June from 3.30pm; this time with her own take on the History of Song from Caccini to The Rolling Stones! A genuine top-favourite with our audience, Jennifer always charms us with the beauty and versatility of her voice, and in this concert brings us a real flavour of her wide repetoire.

This is definitely a concert to see, hear and enjoy so do join us on Sunday 3rd June at 3.30pm; FREE ENTRANCE for all with a retiring collection and refreshments to follow. I look forward to welcoming you!

Jennifer Parker-Lummis is Gosport born and bred and a graduate of the Royal Welsh college of Music and Drama. She is a prolific performer and has trained with singers such as Buddug Verona James and Fringe festival diva Carol Bishop. Jennifer has a very opened minded approach to opera and classical music. Her Idols are Victoria Wood, Kirsten Chenoweth and Delia Smith. Jennifer is a freelance singer and performs at weddings and garden parties. She also gave the first operatic performance at the top of the Spinnaker Tower and has performed for the Lord Mayor of Portsmouth’s Gala and in private chambers. Jennifer has also performed and supported the Mayors of Gosport in their charities.

Nick Inman started playing the piano aged 9 and achieved grade 8 at 15. He studied at the Guildhall School of Music in London and, whilst there, was organist at St Giles in the Barbican, which is now the centre of an organ school. He later moved into the world of IT and music had to take a back seat for a while. However, about 20 years ago he started playing again, mainly in churches, took part in various competitions and has continued to develop his love of music.

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