23 September 2017, 6.30pm
Michael Chance and his son Alexander
Maggie Cole and cello with two recorders in a programme devised to celebrate
the life of Alfred Deller who championed the repertoire
and ‘voice’ of the countertenor.
24 September 2017, 3.30pm
The Spanish Guitar. Jacob Cordover’s performance has
‘the touch of magic’.
Tickets from www.ticketsource.co.uk/raynham-recitals
Make it into a real occasion and stay for supper!
After the concert in the Marble Hall, you can extend the pleasure with a supper picnic in the fantastic State Rooms. Bring your own picnic (and cutlery) or order delicious pre-prepared supper-in-a-box at £23 per head from the Ticketsource website. Raynham Hall champagne can be pre-ordered and will also be for sale on the night.
Supper places are limited to 50 in total and the Raynham Circle of Friends members have free places, normally £10 per person. Or you can eat in the grounds for free, before or after the concert. Book early to avoid disappointment.
Raynham Hall, Fakenham Norfolk NR21 7EP
Tel 01328 862133 email email@example.com
About Raynham Hall
Raynham Hall near Fakenham, Norfolk has been the seat of the Townshend family for over 400 years. Raynham Recitals is a programme of chamber music held in what used to be the great hall of this Jacobean house designed and built by Sir Roger Townshend with his Master Mason William Edge. Later paved in marble by William Kent and embellished in C18th style, the Marble Hall epitomises the dual spirit of Raynham Hall. Lofty, elegant and flooded with light, it also has a clear but gentle resonance which is perfect for the intimate chamber music presented at the Raynham Recitals.