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King’s Lynn, Burnham Market, Snettisham early, modern and classical music events taking place





Tomorrow there will be a concert promising summer fun organised by Music in The Burnhams.

The Galaxy Big Band is being welcomed back following the response from concert goers last year who were dancing in the aisles.

Band members will be returning to Nelson Church in Burnham Thorpe at 7.30pm.

Nelson Church in Burnham Thorpe
Nelson Church in Burnham Thorpe

This year’s concert is at Burnham Market Primary School with proceeds going to the school.

There’ll be plenty of room to dance in the hall. If this sounds too energetic just come and chill and enjoy some great music.

For further details visit musicintheburnhams.com or contact 07989 177079

Classical Music Rocks is a charity founded by volunteers in 2016 and its aim is to bring live classical music to the children of West Norfolk
Classical Music Rocks is a charity founded by volunteers in 2016 and its aim is to bring live classical music to the children of West Norfolk

On Friday, June 30 a concert is organised as part of the series delivered by Classical Music Rocks (CMR) at 7.30 pm.

Partita Fantasia Caprice for solo violin takes place at St Mary's Church in Snettisham, doors opening at 7pm for pre-concert drinks and refreshments.

The performance from guest artiste and critically acclaimed violinist Philippa Mo is part of an enthralling programme featuring works by Telemann, Bach and Prokofiev.

Tabitha Kaye, marketing director at Classical Music Rocks
Tabitha Kaye, marketing director at Classical Music Rocks

Tabitha Kaye, director of marketing, CMR, said: “Come along to what promises to be a captivating evening, taking place in one of West Norfolk's most beautiful heritage settings.”

Visit www.cmrschoolswestnorfolk.com

St Nicholas Chapel will once again be the setting for Lynn Festival's annual Early Music Day on Saturday, July 22, exploring the rich repertoire of the Baroque period with various events throughout the day.

The day features a lunchtime organ recital with David Flood, a concert with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and a late-night recital with Ibrahim Aziz (viola da gamba) and Masumi Yamamoto (harpsichord).

Visit www.kingslynnfestival.org.uk for further information.

Klio Blonz, flute, and Gabriella Dall’Olio, harp entertained the audience at a Classical Music Rocks concert
Klio Blonz, flute, and Gabriella Dall’Olio, harp entertained the audience at a Classical Music Rocks concert


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