On Sundays from May to September the very best of local amateur performers entertain garden visitors.
Concerts between 3 and 4 pm take place in the Italianate cloister, in the Peto gardens of Iford Manor. Free with garden entry.
Sunday 27 August ‘Kusanganisa’
Kusanganisa is the Shona word for ‘mixture’ and aptly describes this new music project involving four musicians from different traditions. Chartwell Dutiro (Zimbabwe) plays mbira; Leandro Maia (Brazil) is on guitar; Nick Sorensen (England) is a saxophonist; and Chris Blanden (England) performs on the bass.
Sunday 3 September ‘Raggle Taggle’
This Wiltshire folk group plays lively tunes from around the world including Irish, Cajun and Jazz.
Sunday 10 September ‘Bethan Semmens and Beatrice Newman’
Bethan Semmens (harp) and Beatrice Newman (cello) have been performing together since they were students at the Royal College of Music and Royal Academy of Music. They are part of Live Music Now, through which they produce interactive concerts for Care Homes and Special Needs Schools.
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