Aperitif Recital

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Jenny Hardy, Lizzie Banister and friends have been working hard to organise an Aperitif Recital.

Picking up the programme that Bruce Clarke had planned for the recital that should have taken place in April 2020, they have invited James Orford, former organist in residence at Westminster Cathedral, to play on Thursday 5th May.

The recital will commence at 7.00pm and follow the usual format, with wine and canapés served and with the programme lasting no more than an hour.

There will be a short introduction by Andy Hardy who will also use the opportunity to pay tribute to Bruce's role in bringing in to focus the quality of the organ for local music enthusiasts.

Admission is free, although donations towards expenses are appreciated.

For more information email: office@haddenhamstmarys.org

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