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Have fun with music at St John’s Church

Roger Stimson and Fergus Black EMN-161108-122027001
Roger Stimson and Fergus Black EMN-161108-122027001

The latest ‘coffee-time’ concert at St John’s Church in Stamford will take place tomorrow (Friday, August 12) at 11am.

Roger Stimson (violin) and Fergus Black (organ), will be ably assisted by Emily Smith (violoncello).

They will dress up as famous musicians of the Georgian era - Handel, Geminiani and Mrs Philarmonica, and have fun with the music and characters once again.

The programme includes sonatas by Corelli, Geminiani and Handel, together with other music by Purcell, Arne and Bach.

The series of Friday morning concert’s are in aid of The Churches Conservation Trust - there is free admission with a retiring collection.

Each concert has a small reference to Shakespeare in his anniversary year, in this case, some Purcell from The Fairy Queen and The Tempest.


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