Classical concerts at Northrepps rural retreat
Budding young musicians will be showing off their tuneful talents at an afternoon show this weekend.
The Young Musicians Concert at Templewood, near Northrepps, this weekend will showcase some of Norfolk's most talented young amateur musicians.
It is part of the Cromer Music Evenings programme and will happen on Sunday February 22 at 3pm.
Templewood house is at Frogshall (NR27 0LJ).
Tickets cost £7 for members, £9 for non-members and £1 for students and children.
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Future Cromer Music Evening events will be pianist Duncan Honeybourne on Sunday March 29.
He has appeared at many major concert halls and leading festivals.
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Cellist Jane Lindsay and pianist Jennifer Hughes will perform together on Sunday April 26.
London-based pianist Alexander Soares will play on Sunday May 24 and has performed at the Royal Festival Hall.
All Templewood concerts start at 3pm and tickets cost £8 for members, £12 for non-members and £2 for students and children.
Membership costs £10 per year.
For details visit www.cromermusicevenings.org.uk