Three classical concerts in Wethersfield’s historic church

PUBLISHED: 12:43 30 March 2017 | UPDATED: 12:43 30 March 2017

Jess Gillam

Jess Gillam

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A series of three classical concerts will be held at Wethersfield Church, St Mary Magdalene on Sundays in April and May.

On April 9, pianist Daniel Lebhart will play Bach, Beethoven, Schubert and Liszt. On April 23, Jess Gillam a finalist in the 2016 BBC Young Musician competition, , plays saxophone, both jazz and classical and on May 7, the Castalian Quartet will play Haydn, Brahms and Beetoven.

Wethersfield Chamber Concerts held its first concert in the series, in October 2012.

Says spokesman Marijke Curtis: “Our objective is to stage chamber concerts of very high quality in a village setting. We provide a platform for some of the best young classical musicians to play in our community; those starting out in their careers, but nevertheless who are already performing at top venues such as the Wigmore Hall and the Barbican, and alongside many international established names.”

Concerts, 4pm. Tickets, £17/£15 all three £45/£39 under 16s free. Free refreshments. Www.wethersfieldchamberconcerts.org.uk.

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