ON Saturday, September 22 Inkberrow’s beautiful Norman church of St Peter will once again resound to a 40-piece symphony orchestra – The Inkberrow Sinfonia.
This will be the 16th annual concert by this group of musicians, comprising both professional and semi-professional players under the direction of Richard Laing.
Over the years their concerts have raised thousands of pounds for the Chernobyl Children’s Project UK and the St Peter’s Church Fabric Fund.
This year’s concert will open with Beethoven’s little known overture ‘Namensfeier’, followed by Tchaikovsky’s popular Violin Concerto, with local soloist Charlotte Moseley,
After the interval the orchestra will play Handel’s Water Music and the concert will close with Bizet’s happy and tuneful Symphony No1.
The concert starts at 7.30pm Tickets are £10, from the organiser Jenny Powis on 01386 792909 or from Inkberrow shop or Post Office., and BLUE in Broad Street Pershore.