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Kathryn Rudge (mezzo-soprano) with James Baillieu (piano)
Sun, 14 May 2017, 16:00
BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artist Kathryn Rudge (mezzo-soprano) with James Baillieu (piano) Afternoon Concert
- Franz Schubert - Frühlingsglaube, An die Laute, Nachtstück, Im abendrot
- Francesco Tosti - Aprile, L’alba separa dalla luce l’ombre
- Edward Elgar - Sea Pictures
- Roger Quilter - Seven Elizabethan Lyrics
- Eric Coates - Birdsong at Eventide, I heard you singing
- Alan Murray - I’ll Walk Beside You
- Ivor Novello - We’ll Gather Lilacs
- Benjamin Britten - (Folk Songs) Brisk Young Widow, Last Rose of Summer, Oliver Cromwell
- Frank Bridge - (Coleridge Settings) Thy Hand in Mine, Where She Lies Asleep, Love Went A Riding
The concert will start at 4pm with a 20 minute interval, finishing round 5.30pm.
The gardens will be open from 1pm.
If you are wondering what to do before the concert you could come and have a picnic in the grounds. Please note that there is no wet weather cover, other than trees.
Please take your rubbish away with you.
You can purchase tickets from this page via Eventbrite or directly to Glynde Estates by cheque or BACS payment. Tickets bought directly from the office will not be sent out but avaiable for collection on the door.
Cheques must be made out to "Glynde Estates" (not Glynde Place) and sent to: Glynde Estates, The Estate Office, Glynde Place, Glynde, East Sussex, BN8 6SX.
Please make sure you tell us what tickets you are purchasing and your names. If you want confirmation of purchase please provide us with your email or telephone number. Alternatively a SSAE.
By Bank Transfer
If you would like to make a BACS payment then please contact the office for details on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Glynde Place reserves the right to change the programme. Tickets are non-refundable unless Glynde Place cancels or changes the date of the event.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
You can travel to Glynde via train on the Southern Railway Eastbourne & Lewes to London & Brighton service. You will need to change at Lewes or Brighton if coming from London. Glynde Place is a ten minute walk through the village (passing the playground), and up to the hill by the church.
If coming by car please follow parking signs once at the gates (there is a large blue sign saying Glynde Place).
You can also walk over Mount Caburn from Lewes. It will take about 1.5 hours and bring you down by the main entrance.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Call the office on 01273 858224 or email@example.com.
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
All tickets may be transferred but please notify the office (see above).
Do you have wheel chair access?
Glynde Place is built into the side of a hill, this means that main entrance to the house is up four steps and is not ramped. The concerts take place in the Gallery, on the first floor. This is accessed by a wide staircase.
If you have a question about access, please contact us.
Can I bring my dog?
Assistance dogs are welcome but otherwise dogs are not allowed into the grounds for this event.