Saturday 6th July, Holy Trinity Church, High Street, Bramley, Guildford, GU5 0HD, 7pm
Picture your favourite English country garden scene, and that is where the music of Harlequin (directed by Amy Bebbington and accompanied by Margaret Roberts) will transport you with many beautiful songs about flowers — with particular emphasis on roses — and other delights of nature. Composers represented include Saint-Saëns, Elgar, Britten, Finzi, Wheeler, Chilcott, Rutter, Howells and Lauridsen. The wonderful acoustic of Holy Trinity Bramley, combined with its superb Steinway grand piano, provides the perfect setting for this summer concert, which is in support of the DEC East Africa Appeal. Tickets are £10 (students and under 18s £5) and are available in person in advance from Robertsons in Bramley High Street or can be reserved by mailing us here or calling 01483 892645. Tickets will also be available on the door, and all tickets include a free glass of wine or soft drink in the interval. What better activity can there be than spending a summer evening listening to beautiful music while supporting a hugely worthwhile cause in the process?!