A TRIO of talented performers will be taking to the stage at Stamford United Reformed Church next week to raise money for charity.
Thirteen-year-old pianist Julian Trevelyan, mezzo-soprano Bridget Hardy and pianist Ralph Woodward will be providing a wide repertoire of musical entertainment at the concert on Thursday.
Award-winning Julian, who is also a senior chorister at St Albans Cathedral Choir, will be playing pieces by Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Schubert and Khatchaturian.
Bridget has appeared with several UK opera companies and given numerous concert performances and solo recitals. Ralph is a freelance conductor and keyboard player and has worked in more than 20 countries.
Accompanied by Ralph on the piano, Bridget will perform a variety of arias and songs.
Elizabeth Banks, of Stamford United Reformed Church, said: “We are very fortunate to be presenting an evening of wonderful music with three very special artists. The evening promises to be an extraordinary musical treat.”
The concert starts at 7.30pm at Stamford United Reformed Church in Star Lane, Stamford. Admission is free but donations will be collected for Cancer Research UK.