Concerts at St. Peters are returning!

Dear Concert Supporters,

A year after the first coronavirus lockdown, the people at St Peter’s Church are preparing plans to re-start the much-loved concert programme in the church.

Many of you will have heard the sad news of the death of David Francombe in 2020, to whom we owe a massive debt of gratitude for setting up the concert series and working tirelessly over the years to bring so much music to the town. A new team, led by Brenda James, is starting work on the continuation of his marvellous project.

You will be delighted to know that Mark Dancer has agreed to perform a special organ recital on Tuesday 17th July 2021 at 2.30pm. His programme will include a mixture of old favourites and feature music by two important composers with significant anniversaries this year: Sweelinck, a baroque virtuoso who died in 1621 and Saint-Saens, he of Carnival of the Animals and the Organ Symphony fame, who died a hundred years ago in 1921. A truly wonderful way to kickstart our concert programme. This is currently allowed under the Church of England’s Covid regulations.

In anticipation of the lifting of coronavirus restrictions in the summer, we are working on plans for a number of concerts in the autumn, and a full programme for 2022 and we would like to keep you informed about what’s coming up.

We look forward to offering you lots more musical delights in the near future!

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