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A joyful evening of music at Severn Valley Country Park

A joyful evening of music at Severn Valley Country Park

Shropshire Council rangers at Severn Valley Country Park are delighted to be welcoming popular singing group, Severn Singers and brass ensemble, Random Brass for their only joint performance this year.

Severn Singers are returning to the park after a successful performance last year and Random Brass, who are a versatile and experienced group of musicians based around a traditional brass quintet, frequently perform in Shropshire

Musical director of Severn Singers, Rory Freckleton has composed a piece for Random Brass called ‘Serenata’ and this will be a big feature of the first half of the performance. Other brass pieces will include movements from a suite of Circus Music called The Big Top by John Frith, Killer Tango, Puttin’ on the Ritz and a brass quintet arrangement of the classic number ‘Spain’.

Severn Singers will be performing their usual eclectic mix of numbers. Mr Freckleton says ‘our programme will encompass motets from the Tudor period to present day popular numbers’.

This will be the first time Random Brass have performed at the country park and Paul Kelly from the group says ‘It will be a fun programme complementing the Severn Singers to give a joyful evening of music’.

The performance will be held on Friday 20th May. Doors 6.45pm, Performance 7.30pm. The performance will in the visitor centre. Tickets are available on 01746 781 192. Adult £8 Child £6. Ticket price includes a glass of wine or soft drink which will be served in the interval.

 

Date Posted: 11th May 2016


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