Classical quartet to join soprano for church concert

PUBLISHED: 10:13 11 April 2018 | UPDATED: 10:13 11 April 2018

The concert will take place at All Saints Church at Beeston Regis.


The concert will take place at All Saints Church at Beeston Regis. Picture: ARCHANT LIBRARY

Four of the leading musicians in the county will join with soprano, Meg Starling, to perform a selection of classical music at All Saints Church in Beeston Regis.

The Tale Dolce Musica (Such sweet music) concert will take place on Saturday, April 21, starting at 7.30pm, featuring pieces by, amongst others, Handel, Mozart, Bach and Purcell.

Tale Dolce Musica is an ensemble formed in 2010 made up of musicians Anna Hopkins on the flute, Neil Johnson on the oboe, John Mason on the bassoon and David Morgan on the harpsichord.

Their repertoire includes music for wind instruments and harpsichord from the Baroque era as well as popular music for soprano and wind instruments.

Proceeds will go to the church’s hospitality fund.

Tickets for the concert are £8, which includes a glass of wine, available from High Adamson on 01263 837668.


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