Wolterton Park Recitals – Russian Romance

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Wolterton Park Recitals – Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th July 2021

Two enchanting afternoons of open air string music

Sunday 11th July at 4pm

(Doors open at 3pm)

Russian Romance

Alexander Borodin:  Sextet in A major

Hugo Wolf:   Italian Serenade

Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky:   Souvenir de Florence

Performed by The Wolterton Ensemble, a group of internationally renowned string players under the artistic direction of  Hannah Perowne, former leader of the Gewandhaus Orchestra in Leipzig

Tickets £30 available from woltertonparkrecitals.eventbrite.co.uk

You can download this poster here

To reserve a seat at the front and enjoy the pre-concert champagne reception in the Saloon, there are two options outlined below.


For £150 the sponsor’s name will appear under the piece of music chosen in the programme. There can be more than one sponsor for each piece.

The ticket includes; sponsor’s name in the programme, prime position for the evening, and a welcome glass of champagne in the Saloon for you and up to three of your guests. (Guests are to purchase standard price tickets and will sit with you).

For £250, the advertiser gets a single A5 page colour advertisement.
The advertiser will get two tickets in a reserved prime position.
During the interval, advertisers and their guests are invited to the Champagne reception in the Saloon and balcony.
There is also an opportunity for a company to be the main sponsor with their company name and logo on the cover as well as a single page advertisement. The same benefits will apply as advertisers as regards, priority seating and the champagne reception. Please call to discuss.
The Norfolk Churches Trust – This last year has been very difficult for the Norfolk Churches Trust with the second postponement of the Stately Car Boot Sale. We are hoping that these recitals will help to make up some of that deficit. We were very restricted by Covid rules last year but hopefully we can allow more people to come so please do buy some tickets. For those of us who have missed live music and indeed most cultural activities, this promises to be a great event.