Andrew Moodie is an Ottawa-born and raised actor, with extensive stage, film, and television credits. Riot , his first play, was an immediate success with critics and audiences. It won the Chalmers Canadian Play Award.
Gunner Andrew Moodie Andrew Moodie was born on 26. th. February 1897, at Mid Myre in Cross parish, Sanday. He was the first child of farm servant James Moodie and Rachel Moodie (née Work). When Andrew left school, he started work as a ploughman.
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Andrew Moodie Choir trainer, organist, examiner and conductor. Formerly Director of Music and Curriculum Group Leader at Pitsford School. Member of the governing body at Pitsford School with responsibity for governor-staff liaison.
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Andrew Moodie exploded onto the theatre scene in with his first play, Riot. Since then he has been a mainstay of Canadian television and theatre, both as an actor and a writer. Since then he has been a mainstay of Canadian television and theatre, both as an actor and a writer.
About Us. The Choir's main function is to sing for Sunday services at the church. It is a mixed four-part choir of singers from all age-groups. We tackle many pieces in the standard repertory, including settings of Evening Canticles by Howells, Stanford, Sumsion, Noble, Purcell and others.
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Come and spend an afternoon under the expert guidance of Andrew Moodie, who will run two sessions looking at the requirements for the RSCM Bronze and Silver Awards. Singers of all ages are welcome, as are their choir trainers, in addition to interested observers if space allows.