Sneak preview of #Gloucester’s new FREE “Classical Music For All” event 14th-21st July 2016

Gloucester Classical Music Festival 2016
Classical Music for All
A totally free music festival 
Musical Director – Sebastian Field
Supported by – Marketing Gloucester Ltdsevern-muses-roses1-9311a4
All lunchtime recitals will be at St John’s Northgate
July
Thursday 14th July
Lunchtime recital 12.30pm at St John’s Northgate
Friday 15th July
Lunchtime recital 12.30pm – visit to church from civic trust members – historical angle – recital by Seb and Vicki with historic narrative – at St John’s Northgate
Then [Robot exhibition preview 6-8pm Museum of Gloucester (City Museum in old money)]
then
8pm Choral concert, St Mary de Crypt, Glories of Tudor England
Start outside at 8pm, move inside
Saturday 16th July
11am St Mary de Crypt – Young musicians of Gloucester series
(GLoucestershire Symphony Orchestra?) tbc
Sunday 17/7
Shakespeare – King’s Square – 12 noon tbc
afternoon of community choirs at 2pm, 3pm, 4pm and 5pm St John’s Northgate
(Cantata rehearsal 12-1 St John’s Northgate)
3pm Gloucester Christian Choir
(SNYC, Ecclesiastical Insurance Staff choir, Christian choir, Kingsway and Quedgeley Community Choir etc)
Open up the hall and have tea/coffee/cakes available for sale in aid of the church
Bach cantatas 7.45pm St John Northgate Church
Monday 18/7 is Deryck Webb recital 12.30pm – at St John’s Northgate
Concert 7pm – title tbc-  venue St John’s Northgate
Compline 9pm – venue St John’s Northgate
Tuesday 19/7
12.30pm lunchtime recital – St John’s Northgate
Thursday 21st – Lunchtime recital – 12.30pm St John’s Northgate
Shakespeare at venue New Inn? tbc
End of festival
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