THERE’S a box of delights in store for music lovers when the Inkberrow Sinfonia take to the stage in St Peter’s Church in their home village.
On the programme they have Mendelssohn’s evocative concert overture ‘The Hebrides’ inspired by his visit to Scotland where he visited Fingal’s Cave, Schumann’s piano concerto, playeed by the internationally renowned pianist Lauretta Bloomer before the evening closes with a performance of Beethoven’s magnificent Symphony No6 (Pastoral).
This will be the 17th annual concert by this 40-strong select group of musicians, comprising both professional and semi-professional players under the direction of nationally known conductor Richard Laing.
Over the years the concerts have raised thousands of pounds for the Chernobyl Children’s Project UK and St. Peter’s Church Fabric Fund.
The concert is at 7.30pm on Saturday, September 21 and tickets cost £10 from Jenny Powis on 01386 792909 or from Inkberrow shop or Post Office, and Blue in Broad Street Pershore.