Music concerts at Trunch church to raise money for medieval building
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A series of music concerts will be happening over the next few months to raise funds for a medieval church.
The concerts at St Botolph's Church in Trunch, near North Walsham, will kick off this weekend. They will all start at 7.30pm.
German musicians Trio Intermezzo, soprano Tabea Mahler and the Norfolk Winds group will perform on Saturday April 11.
The Icknield Trio, made up of a violinist, pianist and cellist, will play on Saturday May 2.
Soprano singer Susanna Hurrell and pianist Tom Primrose will put on a concert on Friday May 22.
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Violinist Darragh Morgan and pianist Mary Dullea will play on Saturday June 13.
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Young pianist Kenneth O'Neill, from Coltishall, will put on a concert on Saturday August 8.
Two Canadian instrumentalists will play on Saturday August 29.
And the Rt Rev Jonathan Meyrick, the Bishop of Lynn, will be performing as the rocking bishop on Saturday September 12.
Admission on the door cost £10 for adults and £8 for concessions.
Visit www.trunchconcerts.co.uk for more details.