Soloist from Fakenham selected to perform at annual summer concert.

Sylvia Newton has been selected as a soloist for Norfolk Symphony Orchestra's summmer concert Photo

Sylvia Newton has been selected as a soloist for Norfolk Symphony Orchestra's summmer concert Photo: Sylvia Newton - Credit: Sylvia Newton

A woman from Fakenham has been selected as one of the soloists for Norfolk Symphony Orchestra's (NSO) annual summer concert.

Sylvia Newton, 51 is well known across Norfolk and is very active in both music education and as a performer.

Miss Newton has performed Basson Concerto both at university and with local orchestras.

She forms one of the four principal wind players taking centre stage as soloists in Mozart's Sinfonia Concertante for Four Winds to bring an afternoon of light-hearted music to the chapel.

The summer concert takes place at St Nicholas' Chapel in King's Lynn on Sunday, June 24.


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The concert starts at 3.30pm and will feature works by Mozart and Dvoák

Tickets to this concert are free for those who are in the 'Friends of the NSO' Scheme, and priced at £10 for the general public.

For more information, visit www.kingslynncornexchange.co.uk

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