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Live music at Woodbridge Library

The well-established tradition of live music at a lunchtime in Woodbridge Library continues on Tuesday 19th March with a recital of Songs through the Ages.

Sopranos Joy Bounds (a regular with Trianon) and Diana Minter (a member of the St Mary’s Church choir) will be accompanied on the piano by Gillian Barella. The trio perform regularly at Grove Court where the residents look forward to their visits.

As the title of the recital suggests, the programme will be very varied and will include songs by great English composers of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries Handel, Purcell and Arne; nineteenth century German songs by Clara and Robert Schumann and some classics from twentieth century America in the form of Jerome Kern and George Gershwin. And there will be more!

The concert is free of charge and begins at 12.45pm. Donations in aid of the work of the Friends of Woodbridge Library will be welcome.

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