With the profession in unprecedented turmoil, aspiring young musicians are in desperate need of encouragement. This third series of benefit concerts takes place against an uncertain background and is supported by generous private sponsorship and also some seasoned professionals giving their services for which Trustees are extremely grateful
Rodney Slatford OBE, Founding Chairman
Sunday 3 December 2024 Jack Hancher (guitar) in association with the Royal Over-Seas League. www.jackhancherguitar.com PLEASE NOTE THAT DUE TO INDUTRIAL ACTION BY TRAIN WORKERS, UNFORTUNATELY, JACK HANCHER IS UNABLE TO GET TO NORFOLK SO THIS CONCERT HAS BEEN POSTPONED.
Sunday 7 January 2024 Jodie Anne Bailey (soprano) and Dan Pugh-Evean (piano) programme will probably include Strauss Four Last Songs.www.facebook.com Sunday 21 January 2024 Rebecca Leung (piano) in association with the Worshipful Company of Musicians. https://wcom.org.uk/yeoman/rebecca-leung Sunday 28 January 2024 Will Duerden (double bass) Winner of ROSL Yorke Trust Double Bass Award 2023. A Young Classical Artists Trust’s (YCAT) musician 2023. www.willduerden.com Sunday 11 February 2024 Making Musicians. A programme featuring scholars from Norwich School with their coach Brenda Blewett (piano).
All concerts begin at 15:00 and are in The Old Chapel, Burnham Road, South Creake, NR21 9JF. Tickets £12.00 from 01328 738482, Text 07899 771366 or email to email@example.com. Payment by BACs Sort Code: 52 41 29 A/C 44630417
Light refreshments are included at all events.
The Yorke Trust | UK Charitable Incorporated Organisation No. 1158927 | Phone: +44 1328 823501