AN evening of popular classics is in store at Tardebigge Church this Friday, September 15 at 7.30pm.
The concert, at St Bartholomew’s, features a family friendly programme of light classical music from Epiphany, a popular music ensemble from Manchester. Most of Epiphany’s musicians play in leading orchestras and ensembles throughout the UK and Europe including the Hallé, Manchester Camerata and BBC Philharmonic.
The group has a passion for excellence in the arts and a shared Christian faith which combines to bring a fresh experience to the listener in the belief music can communicate beyond spoken words, engaging the listener in creative ways.
As well as giving concerts, the ensemble play individually inspired ‘sound portraits’ whereby the instrumentalists move around, surrounding their subject with sound.
In June, the Archbishop of Canterbury was the subject of a ‘sound portrait’ when Epiphany performed at an event at Guildford Cathedral and concert-goers can experience something similar at Tardebigge.
Tickets on the door are £10, children under 16 £2, and will include a glass of wine/soft drinks.