Musical variety on offer at Honiton’s St Paul’s Church
19:30 20 July 2012
St Paul's Church, Honiton.
A host of musical treats has been lined up for a series of lunchtime concerts to take place at St Paul’s Church, Honiton.
Music@St Paul’s will take place on Tuesdays from the end of July to the end of August.
The renowned theatre organist Trevor Bolshaw will be performing on Tuesday, July 31.
The Sheldon Singers, the internationally acclaimed local choir, will entertain the audience on August 7, followed a week later by the Baroque musicians, the Goldfinch Ensemble on August 14
On Tuesday, August 21, Christopher Kent, the resident organist at Bowood House, Wiltshire, will be playing in the church and the season will conclude with Quentin Wilson, the former Succentor of Exeter Cathedral, playing the organ on August 28.
Light lunches will be served from noon at a cost of £4.50. Concerts run from 1pm to 2pm, with an entry cosy of £5.50. Proceeds will be in aid of St Paul’s Church.
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