By Haddenham Webteam - 17th January 2019 9:00am
A chamber music concert in aid of the Haddenham Syrian Family Project will take place in St Mary's Church on Sunday 3rd March in aid of the Haddenham Syrian Family Project. The concert will begin at 7.00pm
It will feature the internationally acclaimed flautist, Wissam Boustany, with his pianist Alexander Szram alongside a line-up of distinguished artists from Haddenham including Simon Over (organ/piano), Kate Kennedy (cello), Jonathan Cunliffe (organ) and Karin Norlén (viola).
Repertoire for the evening will include music by Elgar, Mozart, Schubert and Vivaldi, among others.
There will be an interval during which refreshments will be served.
Tickets cost £12 (under-16s free) and are on sale in Haddenham at Blooming Fruity on Banks Parade and The Egg House Butchery at Church End. They are also available on-line here.
All proceeds raised at the concert will go directly towards the Haddenham Syrian Family Project.
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