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Free classical concerts in Stamford and Fotheringhay




Four international musicians will be holding a concert in Stamford.

The Instinct of Hope will is a classical concert featuring Clara Sanabras (voice, harmonium, baroque guitar), David Le Page (violin), Clare O’Connell (cello) and Eleanor Turner (harp).

It will take place at the United Reformed Church in Star Lane, Stamford, from 7pm to 8.30pm on Friday, July 30.

Harpist Eleanor Turner. Photo: Ivan Barra
Harpist Eleanor Turner. Photo: Ivan Barra

No-one is obliged to pay for this inclusive event but donations are being taken online and a retiring collection will be held on a pay as you feel basis, with a suggested donation of over £5. Children are free.

Stamford Music Shop are supporting the event.

Reservations should be made by emailing: info@eleanorturner.com - simply state how many plan to come and how many households/bubbles.

Easy Sunday Music also returns to Fotheringhay Church tomorrow (Sunday, July 11).

Pianist Jill Crossland, from Leeds, will play from 3pm to 4pm.

Jill pursues an active concert and recording career, including a number of appearances at London’s Wigmore Hall and South Bank, and the Vienna Musikverein, Vienna Konzerhaus, St George’s Bristol, The Sage Gateshead, and the National Concert Hall, Dublin.

Her classical music has been widely recorded and she has also been broadcast on radio and TV, as well as being featured in the Classic FM Hall of Fame.

Admission is free but retiring donations go towards the recital expenses and for the running of the church.

Covid-19 safety measures will be in place.



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