St Marys Church is the venue for two more Woodbridge Chamber Concerts this year on 16 May when the Brodowski Quartet returns to perform works by Haydn, Tchaikovsky and Mendelssohn, and on 6 June when the Heath Quartet, representing the Young Concert Musicians Trust, perform works by Haydn and Mozart. Both concerts start at 7.30 pm.
"We aim to promote St Marys Church as a concert venue and to support gifted young musicians at the beginning of their professional careers," commented WCC concert organiser John Treadway. "WCC is a non profit making organisation, receiving no subsidies and relying on the goodwill of its volunteers."
Brodowski Quartet (16 May): 13 (reserved) and 9 (unreserved)
Heath Quartet (6 June): 14 (reserved) and 10 (unreserved)
Available from 1 March through www.woodbridgechamberconcerts.org
or at Browsers Bookshop from 1 April.
To find out more and/or be part of WCC, contact John Treadway on 01989 698324 or e-mail email@example.com
Seminars, music and a range of events for young people and children will all feature at this years Alive 09 Festival, which takes place at St Johns Church from 23-25 May. The Christian event "offers a strong emphasis on Word and Spirit relevant to East Anglia and other denominations," according to the organisers.
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