Concerts & Festival Fringe Lunchtime Events

Posters and programmes for these events may be downloaded by clicking on the underlined italicised links.

ST. ANDREW’S EVENING CONCERTS
The 2018 programme of Evening Concerts at St. Andrew’s Church promises to provide a rare musical treat for those fortunate enough to attend. Many of these young internationally acclaimed musicians studied at the Purcell School of Music and give freely of their time to raise funds for Holt Church and FALCON, a local charity founded by Phil Barrett, one of their former teachers who lives locally and arranges these popular and now, well established concerts.
Next FALCON concert:  Saturday 7th July at 6.30 pm
Daniel Grimwood (piano) & Fenella Humphreys (violin)  Concert Poster

Saturday 13th October – Dominika Rosiek (violin)

 

HOLT FESTIVAL 2018 – St. Andrew’s Fringe Events and Lunchtime Concerts
St. Andrew’s Festival Fringe 2018
Poster of Lunchtime Concerts

SUNDAY 22nd JULY at 2.30pm   HOLT FESTIVAL SERVICE
An uplifting service of Word, Song and Music to celebrate the Arts.  All Welcome.
Guest Preacher: The Revd Canon Aidan Platten, Precentor of Norwich Cathedral.

MONDAY 23rd     THE SAMPHIRES‘Skimming Stones’
12.30 A concert of gentle harmony from a local ladies vocal ensemble to create musical ripples to delight and charm.  It is a pleasure to welcome The Samphires back to Holt to launch this year’s series of lunchtime concerts.

TUESDAY 24th     ORGAN RECITAL – MARK JONES
12.30 Locally renowned for his work as past Director of Music at Gresham’s School, Mark is now organist and choirmaster at St. Andrew’s. As an organist he has performed in many venues at home and abroad, including the Royal Albert Hall.

WEDNESDAY 25th      FAKENHAM UKES
12.30 A fun-filled interactive event provided by the Fakenham Ukes. This popular group will strum their ukuleles accompanying sing-along songs from the 50s and 60s, as well as a few well-known fun songs.

THURSDAY 26th     TALE DOLCE MUSICA
12.30 Tale Dolce Musica, which translates as ‘Such Sweet Music’, comprises some of the most experienced musicians in East Anglia. The wind instrumentalists, pianist and soprano have played to great acclaim at many venues throughout the region.

FRIDAY 27th July     CHANTER’S JIGGE – Folk and Early Music Duo
12.30 Songs, ayres, jigs and jollies from around Europe and across the centuries, played and sung with ancient, traditional and modern instruments. Lively entertainment for all ages and tastes.

CHILDREN’S CRAFT ACTIVITY TENTFree of Charge.
Wednesday 25th to Friday 27th July  10.00am – 12.00 & 2.00 – 4.00 pm
Accompanied by an adult, children of all ages are invited to come along and get creative!

St. Andrew’s Festival Fringe events are free and lunchtime concerts last for about an hour.  Donations are welcomed for Church Funds.

Morning Coffee, Ploughman’s Lunch & Afternoon Tea are available each day in the Church Hall.  Light Refreshments are available in the Link between 10.00am-4.00pm.

Licensed Wine Bar – for Festival events held in St. Andrew’s Church.

ART EXHIBITION by local artists at All Saints District Church, High Kelling
Friday 27th to Sunday 29th July  10.00am – 4.00pm.

Please also find details on the website and on the Fringe Events flyer for:
‘The Lighters’ – PICNIC CONCERT
Thursday 26th July from 6.00 – 8.00pm

 

 

 

 

 

Web Design by Josh.biz, Norwich, Norfolk