Concert dates

More than 150 people went to hear Brahms' Requiem and other music performed at Salle Church at the beginning of June7, a taster of more classical music to come this summer in St Peter and St Paul.

More than 150 people went to hear Brahms' Requiem and other music performed at Salle Church at the beginning of June7, a taster of more classical music to come this summer in St Peter and St Paul.

The North Norfolk Chorale, conducted by Rosemary Kimmins, joined forces with a full orchestra and two soloists to perform the Requiem as well as Five Mystical Songs by Vaughan Williams and Vivaldi's Nulla in mundo pax sincera.

A good proportion of the orchestra were members of the Academy of St Thomas, including their leader, Paul Clark.

Coming up in July and August are two Music in Country Churches concerts and two Russian Season of four chamber music concerts presented by Norfolk Concerts.


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On Wednesday, July 30, the English Chamber Orchestra will perform Mozart's Don Giovanni Overture and Flute and Harp Concerto, and Hummel's Piano Concerto (Pianist: Katya Apekisheva; Harp: Claire Jones; and Flute: William Bennett)

On July 31 pianist Piotr Anderszewski will play a Schumann Humoresque, Szymanowski Masques and two Bach Partitas.

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On August 16 Anastasia Dedik (piano), a international prizewinner, will be playing works by Rameau, Beethoven (Appassionata), Tchaikovsky, Chopin, and Liszt.

Finally, on August 30 Vassily Lobanov, a famous pianist and composer and protégé and four-hand partner of the great Sviatislav Richter, will perform works by Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninoff, including The Seasons and Etudes - tableaux.

Tickets for all the concerts are available through Prelude Records on 01603 628319.

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