High quality music will be performed in a north Norfolk village church for a popular classical music festival.

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The Southrepps Classical Music Festival at St James’ Church in the village (NR11 8NR) will be starting on Thursday August 7 at 7.30pm and finishing on Sunday August 10.

Musicians in the opening concert will be Ben Johnson, Tom Primrose, Jonathan Bloxham, and The Southrepps Sinfonia.

There will be a lunchtime recital on Friday at 12.30pm with singer Clare Presland, cellist Brian O’Kane and pianist Tom Primrose.

A sing recital will be happening on Friday at 7.30pm.

The Southrepps Chorale will be performing on Saturday at 12.30pm.

Handel’s Messiah will be performed on Saturday ay 7.30pm.

A coffee concert will be happening on Sunday at 11am.

The festival will finish off with a gala performance on Sunday at 7.30pm featuring showpieces from soloists, star instrumental performers, and from participants in the Young Artists’ Programme.

The festival is in its fifth year and tickets cost £6 or £12. A season ticket for all the concerts costs £45.

Call 01263 834691 or visit www.southrepps-classical-music-festival.org for more details.

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