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Old Chapel Court Concerts

We are presenting a wonderful new series of concerts at the Old Baptist Chapel in Tewkesbury in 2019, beginning with a special concert of reflective music for the Passion season on the Easter weekend.

Full details will be available at our page on the John Moore Museum website - or email us with your address for a series leaflet at oldchapelcourt@btinternet.com

Saturday 20 April, 6.00pm

THE MUSICAL & AMICABLE SOCIETY

HANNAH GROVE soprano

Harmonia Sacra - English Domestic Sacred Music 

 

 

Sunday 14 July, 3.30pm

CATHERINE KING mezzo soprano

FRANCES KELLY harp

La Cecchina – The Songbird

 

 

Sunday 28 July, 3.30pm

CAROLE CERASI harpsichord

Rivals – JS Bach and Louis Marchand / Handel and Domenico Scarlatti

 

 

Saturday 3 August, 3.00pm

ALISON MCGILLIVRAY cello

Bach Cello Suites

 

All concerts at the Old Baptist Chapel, Old Baptist Chapel Court, off Church Street, Tewkesbury GL20 5RZ

 

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?

Car: Take Junction 9 off the M5 and follow the signs to Tewkesbury Abbey.

There are numerous car parks nearby.

Rail: The nearest railway station is Ashchurch for Tewkesbury. There is a bus stop a short walk away for the 42 bus which will bring you into Tewkesbury.

Bus: As well as the bus that serves the railway station, there is also a regular service from Cheltenham (41) which stops in the Crescent, a short walk away. There is also a bus service from Gloucester (71) which stops in the town centre, again a short walk away.

Walk: If you are staying in Tewkesbury you’ll find most hotels and B&Bs are a short walk away from the Baptist Chapel, which is centrally located in Church Street.

 

Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Call Jill Davies on 01684 850112, or email oldchapelcourt@btinternet.com

Tickets are also available on the door (no credit cards), subject to availability, and in advance from the John Moore Museum, 41 Church Street, Tewkesbury GL20 5SN.  For opening times see their website.

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