Join us for an hour of high class classical music in our medieval chapel followed by a delicious cream tea. Concerts begin at 3.00pm, followed by cream tea until 5.00pm.
£15 for tea and concert, or just £10 for the concert. Please contact Launde Abbey on 01572 717254 to book (advance booking only).
Currently in her final year at the Royal Academy of Music in London, Elizabeth is an outstanding harpist with a promising career ahead of her. This summer she won the Silver Medal in one of the most prestigious harp competitions in the world, the USA International Harp Competition. She will be playing music by Scarlatti, Albeniz and Sancan and others.
David Le Page (Violin) brings his Frontiers Trio with Nick Stringfellow (Cello) and Mark Ashford (Guitar). David is one of the most sought-after violinists, a virtuoso and a former pupil of the Yehudi Menuhin School. Mixing the old and the new, Frontiers perform music as diverse as classical, folk, Baroque, bluegrass, klezmer, gypsy, contemporary and romantic. Composers include those from Bach and Vivaldi through to Sarasate and Piazzolla.
Tim Taylorsonis a brilliant flautist who leads Allora alongside Nancy Taylor (Violin), Jason Glover (Viola) and Chris Mansell (Cello). The ensemble is based in the Midlands; its members studied at Conservatories in London and have worked together in professional orchestras and ensembles over the past 20 years. Their repertoire includes Mozart, Bach, Beethoven and Debussy.