Charity concerts to be held at the Octagon Chapel in Norwich
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Two charity concerts are being held at the Octagon Chapel in Norwich next month.
The first, entitled A Thousand Blended Notes, takes place inside the Georgian building, on Colegate, on March 5 at 3pm.
Norfolk Composers Group will present new pieces performed by Soprano Meg Starling and other musicians.
Music by Stravinsky, Dutilleux, Berg, Schubert, Mahler, Schumann, will also be performed.
The concert is in aid of Parkinson's UK and admission costs £7 or £6 for a concession. Tickets can be purchased on the door. A second concert is being hosted at the chapel on March 17 at 1pm.
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Young pianist Hannah Watson will be performing a piano recital, and will play the composition On an Overgrown Path: Book II by Janácek, as well as Sonata No. 3 in B minor by Chopin. The evening will be raising money in aid of Doctors for Madagascar. Admission costs £4.
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