Coffee Concert: James Newby (baritone) & Joseph Middleton (piano)
Friday 12 October 2018
PART OF KING'S LYNN FESTIVAL EXTRA WEEKEND
Tea/coffee and cake served from 10.30am in the Stone Hall.
Recital starts at 11am in the Assembly Room.
Kathleen Ferrier Award winners, baritone James and pianist Joseph present a song recital in the popular coffee concert format. A fitting concert to start the special weekend of music and arts events, the concert celebrates the legacy of one of the best British singers of the 20th century, who performed with Gerald Moore at the first King's Lynn Festival in 1951.
Butterworth - A Shropshire Lad
Ravel - Histoires Naturelles
Debussy - 3 mélodies de Verlaine
Ravel - Un Grand Sommeil noir
Ravel - Les grands vents
James Newby is “a name to watch out for” – Culture Whisper
Joseph Middleton is “heir to the legendary accompanist Gerald Moore” – Opera Magazine
King's Lynn Town Hall
Saturday Market Place
Norfolk PE30 5DQ
The Town Hall’s chequerboard façade conceals six hundred years of history. An evocative example of Lynn’s rich heritage, the Town Hall boasts a series of majestic oak panelled rooms, decorated by elegant chandeliers.
There is parking directly opposite the Town Hall on the Saturday Market Place and behind it on Baker Lane. Please note: Charges apply 24 hours a day, including for Blue Badge holders. A £2 flat fee applies between the hours of 5pm – 9am. If parking before 5pm, please ensure you pay the correct fee. Check for the latest parking information here.
There is one level access from the front door to the lift and toilet for people with disabilities on the ground floor. There is an infra-red sound enhancement system for the hard of hearing, and guide dogs are admitted.
For further venue information please go to http://www.kingslynntownhall.com/
All of our Town Hall festival events have unreserved seats. Capacity varies from 70 to 170 depending on event. Due to current building works and fire regulations at the venue, please note there are only 4 wheelchair spaces available and these MUST be booked in advance.
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