A brass quartet who count royalty, the Lord Mayor of London and Google among their clients are to perform in a village near Sleaford.
Meridian Brass play St Vincent’s Church, Caythorpe, on Thursday, July 30, at 7.30pm, as part of the Music in Quiet Places! programme.
Since forming in 2010, the group have performed all over Europe and received numerous commissions, including a fanfare for The Duke of Edinburgh at the opening of the National Maritime Museum’s Sammy Ofer Wing. Other notable clients include Lord Sebastian Coe, the Lord Mayor of London and Google.
On the evening, they will be exploring tales of the macabre and fantastical in music arranged especially by the group to illustrate these compelling stories.
It is the fifth and final concert in the series organised by South Kesteven District Council’s Cultural Services department for South West Lincolnshire this summer, with churches as the venues.
Refreshments will be available during concert intervals. These are provided by the churches and the income goes to church funds. Seating in all churches is unreserved. It can also be hard so you may wish to bring a cushion or a rug.
Tickets, priced at £14 (conc £12, £8 for under 16s), can be booked by telephone on 01780 763203 or online at www.stamfordartscentre.com or www.guildhallartscentre.com