October at the Orangery at Sewerby Hall and Gardens will offer visitors an entertaining month of concerts.
On Sunday, 6 October, at 1.30pm, the Milton Singers will provide a range of choral music, from Bach to the Beatles and Debussy to Dylan. Formed 25 years ago, their line-up has changed but their style has not; their biggest aim is to enjoy what they sing and make sure others do too.
The New International Chamber Ensemble (NICE) will perform on Sunday, 13 October at 1.30pm. A flexible collective of musicians from diverse backgrounds, NICE will perform from the traditional classical works to especially commissioned compositions and chamber adaptations.
The newly established ensemble emerged as an initiative from local musicians, based in Hull and the surrounding area, with the aim of promoting old and new music to new audiences.
The last October concert will see the Excelsior Brass Band take to the stage on Sunday, 20 October at 1.30pm. The band is one of the oldest local brass bands, with records going back to the turn of the 20th century – and it prides itself on nurturing young players so that the future of brass banding is secured.
For further details of the Orangery concerts, admission charges, the house and gardens, the zoo and the café, visit www.sewerbyhall.co.uk and if booked in advance, visitors can save ten per cent on admission prices.
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