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Curry Rivel Music holds an annual series of concerts in the wonderful setting of St. Andrew's Church, Curry Rivel, near Langport, Somerset, a tradition which has been established for over 35 years.

Concerts start at 7.00 pm with an interval with tea, coffee and wine available. Programmes are based on classical repertoire ranging from early music through classical (Bach, Mozart, etc.), to 21st century works, and are always varied and interesting. A wide range of professional artists, ranging from string quartets and wind ensembles to duos and solo recitalists, perform a diverse range of music to suit all tastes.
One aim of Curry Rivel Music is to encourage young musicians, which always pays off handsomely, not just in the quality of the music (which is never less than superb), and the intensity of the performance, but also gives us the chance to see great musicians just before they become really famous: for example, we have hosted several past and future winners of the BBC Young Musician of the Year awards.
For more details please contact Anne Michell on 01458 250863 or email: anne.michell@btinternet.com

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