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Ludham church to host City of London Sinfonia Orchestra

PUBLISHED: 17:34 12 February 2018 | UPDATED: 17:34 12 February 2018

St Catherine's Church, Ludham. Picture: Nick Butcher

St Catherine's Church, Ludham. Picture: Nick Butcher

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St Catherine’s Church, Ludham is once again extremely fortunate to have the world class City of London Sinfonia orchestra coming to perform.

The concert on April 21 at 7.30pm will be the first in the 2018 Ludham Festival. Such concerts as this in a rural church would not be possible without sponsorship and organisers say they are again fortunate indeed that Orchestras Live and North Norfolk District Council will be our sponsors.

Orchestras Live is a national music charity that is unique to the UK. In 2015 they celebrated 50 years of delivering unique and high quality live orchestral music experiences to a vast range of communities across England.

This will be the seventh occasion on which Orchestras Live and NNDC have enabled a concert of this calibre to be performed in St Catherine’s.

The programme will include works by Purcell, Part, Bach and Mozart. Tickets, adults £12 in advance, £15 on the door, under 16s free are now on sale from Ludham Butchers or by contacting 01692 678060.

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