July at the Orangery at Sewerby Hall and Gardens will see a popular selection of concerts set to entertain audiences.
The month features:
Susan Collier, who will play a variety of relaxing and uplifting easy listening music, including popular theme tunes as well as contemporary classical music, on Thursday, 4 July at 2pm.
On Sunday, 7 July (at 2pm) the 40-strong mixed choir Staxton Singers will perform a wide range of music from Bach to the Beatles.
The Headlanders will perform popular folk, pop and country ballads on Thursday, 11 July at 2pm. The band likes to share its enjoyment of music with the audience, playing accordion, guitar and percussion.
There will, on Sunday, 14 July at 2pm, be something for everyone to enjoy with the West Yorkshire Brass Band, an experienced band with a varied repertoire of music which appeals to audiences of all ages.
Catherine Leonard is a London-based pianist who studied music at King’s College, London and piano at the Royal Academy of Music. On Thursday, 18 July at 2pm, she will perform a recital, and previously she has given more than 230 solo recitals, along with giving recitals at the Orangery since 2009.
Based in the Pocklington area, Helen Drewery, a freelance classical pianist, church organist, composer and piano teacher will perform on Thursday, 25 July at 2pm.
The final Orangery concert of the month will see the East Riding of Yorkshire Band perform on Sunday, 28 July at 2pm. The band, based in Hessle, performs over 20 concerts a year for a variety of audiences, guided by their passionate musical director, Garry Hallas.
For further details of the Orangery concerts, admission charges, the house and gardens, the zoo and the café, visit www.sewerbyhall.co.uk and if booked in advance, visitors can save ten per cent on admission prices.
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