13th NNMF 2017 PROGRAMME

13th NNMF 2017 PROGRAMME

Welcome to the 13th North Norfolk Music Festival

Patron: Sir Nicholas Grimshaw, CBE PPRA

Festival Directors: Barry Cheeseman and Simon Rowland-Jones

We have reached Festival No. 13, an astonishing achievement, made possible only by the generosity of audience members, who not only support The Festival with donations but at the same time buy prodigious amounts of tickets while encouraging their friends to do the same.  Thank you!

Thirteen years on, we are the same team who slave without financial benefit before and during the Festival to keep it running smoothly. The team prepares countless meals for the artists, serves several thousand drinks at the bar, welcomes the audience, puts out the chairs, lights the candles in the church, ferries the musicians from stations and airports to South Creake and processes the ticket sales and accounts. Fr Clive Wylie and his churchwardens continue to give the audience the warmest of welcomes, and The Marquess and Marchioness Townshend and The Earl and Countess of Leicester continue to allow us to invade their homes. And all this simply because they love NNMF and the music they hear every summer.

At the beginning of the year we spent some time with the cellist Bjørg Lewis, who along with her pianist husband Paul, runs the Midsummer Festival in Buckinghamshire. It was a marvellous thing to be able to compare notes and observe how their Festival and NNMF mirrored each other in so closely, often down to the minutest detail. Despite the work and worries of running festivals we all came to the same conclusion - we could not live without them! And our Festivals are far from unique - the nation is dotted with dozens of such events created by people who love music and the sense of bringing music to their communities.

After our first few years other, more veteran, festival organisers pointed out that only very few festivals get pass the decade point! Well, yes we are all thirteen years older than in 2005 and without the benefit of Emilia Marty's magic potion as in Janáček’s ‘The Makropoulos Case’ which enabled her to live for more than three hundred years - but we do all still gather in South Creake every August.

We very, very much hope that you will there too!

P.S. If you were disappointed by not getting a table in our marquee last year you will be pleased to know that we have added a further twenty supper places simply by using different shaped tables!

Tuesday 15 August

3pm North Creake Village Hall

SIR WILLIAM AND LADY WALTON IN ISCHIA

In preparation for the performance of Façade the following day we begin the Festival with two films about the life and work of Sir William Walton and his wife Susana. The first is Tony Palmer's searching portrait of Walton At the End of the Haunted Day (1980). After tea Alessandra Vinciguerra, Director of the William Walton and La Mortella Foundation, will introduce the short film La Mortella about the legendary garden.

TICKETS £10 (includes tea and biscuits)

6.30pm Festival Marquee, St. Mary’s Church, South Creake

FRIENDS OF NNMF SUMMER PARTY

Drinks and Canapés in the Festival Marquee

Our annual summer party for the Friends of NNMF is a chance for everyone to get together at start of the Festival.

If you are not already a friend of NNMF why not consider joining?

Membership fee for two is from £30.  

FREE for Friends of NNMF

Wednesday 16 August

5pm St. Mary’s Church, South Creake

A talk by ALEXANDRA HARRIS on the Sitwells, Walton and Façade

This talk will set the scene for “Façade”, exploring a gallimaufry of hornpipes, shady ladies, and seaside songs. Virginia Woolf came away non-plussed from the first public performance in 1923, but she went back to listen again. There was an inscrutable, enduring power in what Edith Sitwell called her poems of “sadness masked by gaiety”. Why were the words spoken from behind a curtain? And how did this collaboration between Walton and Sitwell, with its eccentric mix of Victoriana and Jazz, establish itself as a modernist phenomenon?

Alexandra Harris is Professor of English at the University of Liverpool, and the author of Weatherland: Writers and Artists under English Skies. She wrote about the Sitwells in her first book, Romantic Moderns. 

TICKETS £3

 

5.45pm Festival Marquee, St. Mary’s Church, South Creake

FESTIVAL SUPPER 1

Dressed Wells crab with a classic potato and dill salad and cracked black pepper mayonnaise.

Lemon and ginger tart with elderflower cream.

£22 per head

(includes basket of bread, olives, mineral water and tea or coffee)

 

7pm St. Mary’s Church, South Creake

HARMONIEMUSIK flute, clarinet, oboe, saxophone, trumpet, percussion and cello

with JULIE BERRY and PAUL GUINERY narrators

ARNOLD Divertimento for Flute, Oboe and Clarinet

STRAVINSKY Three pieces for solo clarinet 

HAYDN Trio in C Hob.IV:1 

WALTON Façade

William Walton’s brilliant setting of Edith Sitwell’s witty poems is the highlight of this delightful programme by seven musicians from the ensemble Harmoniemusik and two narrators.  Famed for their original and eclectic programming, Sarah Walker of BBC Radio 3 found their playing: "Wonderfully melodic and beautifully crafted....the instruments converse and blend with exceptional grace" (BBC Radio 3, Classical Collection)

TICKETS £20

This concert is generously supported by Baroness Shephard

Thursday 17 August

7pm Marble Hall, Holkham Hall

MELVYN TAN piano AMAIA AZCONA soprano

“Nights in the Gardens of Spain” 

Our evening of Spanish music, both for solo piano and voice, takes us to the heart of that country's artistic soul with works by its greatest composers. Works by a ALBENIZ, GRANADOS, DE FALLA, RODRIGO, OBRADORS, TURINA and LORCA create the real world of the Iberian peninsula and not the imagined images of Spain created from the imagination of composers from other countries. Joaquin Rodrigo, composer of one of the most widely played works of the 20th century is here represented by his Four Madrigals of Love and a trio of songs by the hugely gifted Federico Garcia Lorca, composer, playwright and poet, executed by the Nationalists at the beginning of the Spanish Civil War, give us a tantalising insight into this genius. Spanish soprano, Amaia Azcona, with her ‘voice of liquid velvet’ Classical Music Magazine is joined by pianist Melvyn Tan for her first appearance at NNMF.

TICKETS £30 (Includes wine served during the interval in the Saloon)

This concert is generously supported by David and Ruth Jacobs

 

RACHEL PODGER violin

J.S. BACH The Complete Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin

in three concerts

Friday 18 & Saturday 19 August 5.30pm St Mary’s Church, South Creake and Sunday 20 August 4.30pm St Mary’s Church, East Raynham

Over the last two decades Rachel Podger has established herself as a leading interpreter of the Baroque and Classical periods and has recently been described as "the queen of the baroque violin" The Sunday Times.  This is a very rare opportunity to hear her in all six of J.S. Bach’s Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin, long since regarded as a pinnacle of the violin repertory, ‘music that speaks profoundly to humanity as a whole’ David Ledbetter

TICKETS £40 for all three concerts and talk (saving £15)

or tickets can be booked for the individual concerts – see entries below

(Tickets for 20th August at St Mary's Church, East Raynham include drinks in Raynham Hall following the concert, by kind permission of the Marquess and Marchioness Townshend)

These concerts are generously supported by Patricia Hewitt and William Birtles

Friday 18 August

4.30pm St. Mary’s Church, South Creake

A talk by SIMON ROWLAND-JONES on the Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin by J.S.Bach

Simon Rowland-Jones has spent a lot of time over the last two years preparing a new edition (in a version for viola) of Bach’s Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin, which is now published by Peters Edition, a companion to his edition of Bach’s Cello Suites, all of which we heard at NNMF in 2014.

Bach’s own title for the set was Sei Solo ã Violino senza Baßo accompagnato (sic), Six Solos for violin without accompanying bass, and they are dated 1720, the year that Bach began a series of collections of compositions that seem to sum up his philosophy of music. This was the first and Simon will explore the many different styles and dances that the collection incorporates, and why the Sei Solo remain as taxing for the player as any other solo violin music since.

TICKETS £3 (included in the combined ticket)

 

5.30pm St. Mary’s Church, South Creake

RACHEL PODGER violin – concert 1

J.S. BACH Sonata I and Partita I for Solo Violin

This is the first of Rachel’s three concerts, the other two are on 19 August (SC 17.30) and 21 August (ER 17.00)

TICKETS £16 (or book all three concerts and talk for £40, saving £15)

 

6.45pm Festival Marquee, St. Mary’s Church, South Creake

FESTIVAL SUPPER 2

Smoked salmon and spinach tart with a pickled cucumber ribbon and radish salad.

Fresh cream strawberry and mint pavlova.

£22 per head

(includes basket of bread, olives, mineral water and tea or coffee)

 

8pm St. Mary’s Church, South Creake

CASTALIAN STRING QUARTET

HAYDN String Quartet in D minor Op.42

SCHUMANN String Quartet in A minor Op.41/1

SCHUBERT String Quartet in D minor D.810 “Death and the Maiden”

Winning top prizes at the 2015 Lyon and 2016 Banff International Quartet Competitions as well as being selected by Young Classical Artists Trust (YCAT) last year, the Castalian Quartet is rapidly emerging as a most exciting new voice on the international chamber music scene. Joint Festival Director Simon Rowland-Jones has been working with them during the last year: “Their musical instincts are outstanding – it is original playing of the highest quality. I can’t wait for our audience to hear them at this year’s Festival”.

TICKETS £18

This concert is generously supported by Margaret Beer

Saturday 19 August

5.30pm St. Mary’s Church, South Creake

RACHEL PODGER violin – concert 2

J.S. BACH Sonata II and Partita II for solo violin

This is the second of Rachel’s three concerts, the other two are on 18 August (SC 17.30) and 21 August (ER 17.00)

TICKETS £16 (or book all three concerts and talk for £40, saving £15)

 

6.45pm  Festival Marquee, St. Mary’s Church, South Creake

FESTIVAL SUPPER 3

Chargrilled Jamaican spiced chicken served with a mango salsa, natural yogurt and dressed salad.

Lemon and basil posset with an all butter shortbread biscuit.

£22 per head

(includes basket of bread, olives, mineral water and tea or coffee)

 

8pm St. Mary’s Church, South Creake

MARIANNE CORNETTI mezzo-soprano SIMON ROWLAND-JONES viola GARY MATTHEWMAN piano

Songs by BRAHMS, SCHUMANN's Frauenliebe und -leben, a selection of 'Old American Songs' by COPLAND and 'Laughter and Time' a new cycle by SIMON ROWLAND-JONES with texts by HERMIONE LEE

Marianne Cornetti is internationally recognized as the great Verdi mezzo-soprano of her generation, making the roles of Azucena, Ulrica, Amneris and Eboli her own at La Scala, Milan, Teatro San Carlo, Naples, the Arena di Verona, the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Deutsche Oper, Berlin and in Japan. At the Metropolitan Opera she sung the role of Abigaille in Nabucco.

This rare recital will be Marianne's third appearance in Norfolk - she sang at NNMF in 2012 and at Holkham Hall in 2014.

Hermione Lee’s texts for Simon Rowland-Jones’ new song cycle ‘Laughter and Time’ are based on the works of French philosopher Henri Bergson. Hermione Lee will introduce the work at the concert.

TICKETS £22

This concert is generously supported by Juliet Tootell

Sunday 20 August

4.30pm St. Mary’s Church, East Raynham 

RACHEL PODGER violin – concert 3

J.S. BACH Sonata III and Partita III for solo violin

This is the third of Rachel’s three concerts, the other two are on 18 and 19 August (SC 17.30)

TICKETS £20 (includes include drinks in Raynham Hall following the concert, by kind permission of the Marquess and Marchioness Townshend)

or book all three concerts and talk in Bach Series for £40 (saving £15)

 

7.15pm Festival Marquee, St. Mary’s Church, South Creake

FESTIVAL SUPPER 4

Cold roast beef with confit garlic and horseradish mayonnaise, French dressed salad potatoes and rocket.

Dark chocolate mousse with raspberry compote and almond praline.

£22 per head

(includes basket of bread, olives, mineral water and tea or coffee)

 

8.30pm St. Mary’s Church, South Creake

An evening of songs by STEPHEN SONDHEIM

with vocalist JACQUI DANKWORTH and pianist CHARLIE WOOD

Celebrated jazz vocalist Jacqui Dankworth returns to NNMF after her triumphant sell-out appearance here two years ago, this time with pianist Charlie Wood, to interpret the work of Stephen Sondheim.  Clive Davis of The Times called her "one of our finest singers, regardless of category”.

The programme will draw on renowned Sondheim productions such as "A Little Night Music," "Sweeney Todd," "Into the Woods," "Sunday In the Park With George," "Company" and others, including familiar classics, like "Send In the Clowns," "Not a Day Goes By," "Losing My Mind," "Nothing's Gonna Harm You," "Putting It Together," "The Miller's Son," and many more.

Memphis-born pianist, Charlie Wood, himself an accomplished singer/songwriter is also a professor of Jazz Vocals at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.

TICKETS £25

Monday 21 August

5.45pm Festival Marquee, St. Mary’s Church, South Creake

FESTIVAL SUPPER 5

Cold poached salmon fillet with crunchy sweet pickled red cabbage, crème fraîche and tabbouleh salad.

Vanilla panna cotta with mixed berries and a sunflower seed tuile biscuit.

£22 per head

(includes basket of bread, olives, mineral water and tea or coffee)

 

7pm St. Mary’s Church, South Creake 

MELVYN TAN piano

“Miroirs”

WEBER Invitation to the Dance

RAVEL Valses Nobles and Sentimentales

LISZT Feux Follets, Les Cloches de Genève, Les jeux d'eau à la Villa d'Este

SCARLATTI Two Sonatas

RAVEL Miroirs

It is wonderful to be able to welcome Melvyn Tan once again. This year he will be presenting another very cleverly devised programme based on Ravel's Miroirs, which was itself inspired by his idea of mirroring the old and new. The works by both Scarlatti and Liszt figure as touchstones to Ravel’s inspiration.

Melvyn celebrated his sixtieth birthday in October 2016 with a highly acclaimed recital at Wigmore Hall: “Liszt’s monumental Sonata in B minor was the fitting climax of the evening… Commanding both its ambiguous structure and extreme physical challenges, Tan had everything required for scaling this musical peak.”  The Telegraph

TICKETS £25

This concert is generously supported by Clive and Ann Aldred

Tuesday 22 August

4pm Benjamin Britten and The Bells of the Feast of Santa Maria della Salute - a talk by art historian CHARLIE HALL

The bells of Santa Maria della Salute ring out on just one day each year – on the 21 November (the day before Britten’s birthday, Santa Cecilia day) – in gratitude to the Virgin for helping to protect the Republic from the plague: between 75,000 and 100,000 died but the toll could have been much higher. In late November 1975, the year before he died, Benjamin Britten was staying at the Hotel Danieli, and it was from his hotel room that he heard the pattern of the bells which pervades so emotively the atmosphere of the quartet’s Passacaglia – La Serenissima.

TICKETS £3

 

5.30pm St. Mary’s Church, South Creake 

ALEXANDER ULLMAN piano

LISZT Bénédiction de Dieu dans la solitude, S173/3

LISZT Mephisto-Walzer no. 2, S515

LISZT Csárdás, S225/1

LISZT Csárdás obstinée, S225/2

BEETHOVEN/LISZT Symphony No.1 in C major, Op. 21

In 2011 Alexander Ullman won 1st Prize at the Franz Liszt Competition in Budapest. A graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia and the Royal College of Music, this season he made débuts with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Manchester Camerata as well as embarking on a recital tour of Argentina and Colombia. Alexander has also appeared with the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and Montréal Symphony Orchestra. In 2016 he gave “towering performance” of Liszt’s Sonata in B minor, which was “dazzling in execution”.

TICKETS £16

This concert is generously supported by Anthony Clamp

 

6.45pm Festival Marquee, St. Mary’s Church, South Creake

FESTIVAL SUPPER 6 

SOLD OUT

Roast chicken breast marinated in orange and oregano served with a Moroccan chickpea and carrot salad and garlic mayonnaise.

Mango and passionfruit cheesecake.

 

 

 

8pm St. Mary’s Church, South Creake

DORIC STRING QUARTET

MOZART String Quartet in B flat K.589

HAYDN String Quartet in B flat Op.64 No.3

BRITTEN String Quartet No.3

Perennial favourites the Doric String Quartet join us again after an exciting year that includes two important débuts - at Carnegie Hall and a few days after their NNMF concert at the Schubertiade, Schwarzenberg. They rarely play Mozart so it will be a particular pleasure to hear this late masterpiece in conjunction with a Haydn quartet written for Hannover Square Rooms in London and Benjamin Britten’s final quartet inspired by his opera “Death in Venice” as well as the bells of Santa Maria della Salute.

TICKETS £25

This concert is generously supported by Giles and Sonia Coode-Adams

Wednesday 23 August

5.30pm St. Mary’s Church, South Creake

TIMOTHY RIDOUT viola TOM POSTER piano

BOWEN Rhapsody

PROKOFIEV transcriptions of scenes from Romeo and Juliet

BRAHMS Sonata No.1 in F minor

“After many years of sitting on juries of international viola competitions I can truly say that Tim Ridout is the most outstanding young player I have ever heard” Simon Rowland-Jones.  In 2016 Timothy was the first ever British winner of the Lionel Tertis International Viola Competition and was selected for representation by Young Classical Artists Trust (YCAT). Previous awards include 1st Prize at the 2014 Cecil Aronowitz and 2nd Prize at the 2015 Windsor Festival International String Competitions.  

TICKETS £16

 

6.45pm Festival Marquee, St. Mary’s Church, South Creake

FESTIVAL SUPPER 7

Sundried tomato, olive and goats cheese frittata with a three bean and sweet corn mixed dressed salad and red onion relish.

Cinnamon bruleé tart with rum soaked raisins.

£22 per head

(includes basket of bread, olives, mineral water and tea or coffee)

 

8pm St. Mary’s Church, South Creake

LOUIS SCHWIZGEBEL piano

BEETHOVEN Two Sonatas Op.27 “Quasi una fantasia” and “Moonlight”

CHOPIN Ballades Nos.2 & 3

MUSSORGSKY Pictures at an Exhibition

Born in Geneva in 1987, Swiss-Chinese pianist Louis Schwizgebel has been described as an “insightful musician” by the New York Times and “already one of the great masters of the piano” by Res Musica. At the age of seventeen he won the Geneva International Music Competition and, two years later, the Young Concert Artists International Auditions in New York. In 2012 he won second prize at the Leeds International Piano Competition and in 2013 he was invited to become a BBC New Generation Artist.

This is Louis’ second appearance at the Festival. We are thrilled that he has included Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition, the first time at NNMF.

TICKETS £22

This concert is generously supported by Susan Thaw

 

Thursday 24 August

5.30pm St. Mary’s Church, South Creake

MORGAN SZYMANSKI guitar

“Homage to Segovia”

Andrés Segovia died just over thirty years ago. Morgan Szymanski has put together a programme of Segovia’s own transcriptions of BACH and ALBÉNIZ together with works by SOR, LLOBET, PONCE and VILLA-LOBOS as a tribute to this great artist.

Morgan was born in Mexico City and studied at the Royal College of Music in London, where he made a name for himself as an international classical guitarist. He now divides his life equally between Mexico and London, travelling far and wide from both bases for his busy concert schedule.  He has already appeared several times at NNMF.

TICKETS £16

 

6.45pm Festival Marquee, St. Mary’s Church, South Creake

FESTIVAL SUPPER 8

Crayfish tail Caesar salad with shaved parmesan, toasted sourdough croutons and soft boiled eggs.

Summer pudding terrine with Chantilly cream.

£22 per head

(includes basket of bread, olives, mineral water and tea or coffee)

 

8pm St. Mary’s Church, South Creake

PIATTI STRING QUARTET

HAYDN String Quartet in C Op.33 No.3 ‘The Bird’

WALTON String Quartet No.2 in A minor

BRAHMS String Quartet in A minor Op.51 No.2

Prize-winners at the 2015 Wigmore Hall International String Quartet Competition, the Piatti Quartet is among the UK's foremost young ensembles with a host of awards and critically-acclaimed recordings to its name. The Sunday Times review praised their playing as 'sumptuous' and 'exhilarating...in its combination of vibrancy and formal rigour'. 

The Piatti’s programme has at its centre the haunting and passionate second string quartet of Sir William Walton, the second major work of his in the Festival (see ‘Façade’ on 16 August). This is framed by Haydn’s delightful ‘Bird’ quartet and by Brahms’s A minor quartet renowned for its dramatic Hungarian czárdás finale.

TICKETS £22

 

Friday 25 August

5.30pm St. Mary’s Church, South Creake 

HENRY NEILL baritone SIMON LEPPER piano

Songs by SCHUBERT

MAHLER Songs from Des Knaben Wunderhorn

JUDITH WEIR ‘Songs from the Exotic’

WOLF Songs from Mörike Lieder

Henry Neill won a number of important awards and competitions in 2016 including the Vocal Prize at the Royal Over-Seas League Competition and a major prize at the distinguished S'Hertogenbosch International Vocal Competition, one of the few British singers ever to have done so. He studied at The Royal Academy of Music with Jane Glover, Ingrid Surgenor and Mark Wildman. During the summer of 2016 he appeared at Garsington Opera and West Green House Opera and gave recitals at the Oxford Lieder Festival and at Leeds Lieder. During the spring of 2017 he will embark on a lengthy tour of Silver Electra, a new opera for children by Russell Hepplewhite and produced by English Touring Opera, and based on the life of Amelia Earhart and her mysterious disappearance.

TICKETS £16

This concert is generously supported by a longstanding Friend of the Festival

 

6.45pm Festival Marquee, St. Mary’s Church, South Creake

FESTIVAL SUPPER 9

Roast salmon mixed with dill, spring onion and crème fraîche served with mixed roasted vegetable couscous.

Raspberry and orange trifle.

£22 per head

(includes basket of bread, olives, mineral water and tea or coffee)

 

8pm St. Mary’s Church, South Creake

BUSCH TRIO    

SIMON ROWLAND-JONES viola

HAYDN Piano Trio in A Hob.XV:18

SHOSTAKOVICH Piano Trio No.2 in E minor Op.67

DVORÁK Piano Quartet in E flat Op. 87

Named after the legendary violinist Adolf Busch, this young piano trio has received enthusiastic responses from audiences and critics across the UK and Europe. Winners of the 2012 Royal Overseas League Competition, the trio also won prizes at the 2012 Salieri-Zinetti, 2013 Pinerolo International Chamber Music Competitions as well as the International Schumann Chamber Music Award in Frankfurt. This will be their second visit to NNMF. They will be joined by Simon Rowland-Jones after the interval for a performance of one of Dvorák’s greatest chamber works, his second Piano Quartet.

TICKETS £22

Saturday 26 August

4.30pm St. Mary’s Church, South Creake

BARRY CHEESEMAN in conversation with ELAINE PADMORE

Elaine Padmore has been one of the most respected and influential people in the world of international opera for four decades. Herself a professional singer, she began her career as a lecturer in opera at the Royal the Academy of Music. She then became Head of Opera for Radio 3 as well as a presenter. She held the post of Director of the Wexford Festival Opera, produced opera on a grand scale at Earls Court, ran the London Opera Festival and then Opera Ireland. She was appointed Director of the Royal Danish Opera in 1993 and then moved to London in 2000 to become the Director of the Royal Opera Covent Garden. Elaine Padmore received an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours in 2012.

Elaine and Barry will talk about the Royal Opera’s Jette Parker Young Artists Programme and the current state of opera in general.

TICKETS £3

 

5.45pm Festival Marquee, St. Mary’s Church, South Creake

FESTIVAL SUPPER 10

Courgette, leek, blue cheese and chive tart with celeriac remoulade and mixed salad.

Mixed summer berry pavlova.

£22 per head

(includes basket of bread, olives, mineral water and tea or coffee)

 

7pm St. Mary’s Church, South Creake

AN EVENING WITH SINGERS FROM THE ROYAL OPERA HOUSE, COVENT GARDEN

HAEGEE LEE soprano (South Korea)

MONIKA-EVELIN LIIV mezzo-soprano (Estonia)

LUIS GOMES tenor (Portugal)

JIHOON KIM baritone (South Korea)

with DAVID GOWLAND piano

Singers associated with The Royal Opera’s Jette Parker Young Artists Programme will perform recital and operatic repertory accompanied by its Artistic Director. Only five singers are accepted each year, so competition is fierce – in 2016, 366 singers from 61 countries applied, with the final 12 singing on the main stage to a panel including the Music Director and Director of The Royal Opera. During their two years as Young Artists, they are salaried and study all the disciplines every opera singer needs to perfect - acting, movement, languages and music. They also sing smaller roles and cover major roles, sometimes being called to perform on the main stage at very short notice.

TICKETS £25

This concert is generously supported by Richard and Briony Linsell