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"If music be the food of love"

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Published: 14/10/2016   Last Updated: 14/10/2016  
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Don’t forget the Grove Park Music festival start their annual event to kick off autumn in Chiswick.
Starting on Friday 14th October at St Nicholas’ Church with Laurence Cummings directing Amici, The English Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble and the Monteverdi String Band in one of the greatest classical works of all time.
Sunday 16th October at St Michaels Church with Chris Glynn, piano, one of the festival vice presidents will be accompanied by some of the UK’s greatest artists who have permed at the festivals including Sally Burgess, Audrey Hyland, Joanne Lunn, Ian Partridge to name a few.
Saturday 22nd October at The Musical Museum with The Royal Academy of Music Big Band, directed by Keith Nichols, will play a selection of rare pieces from the Swing era, several of which have not been performed since the 1930s.
To book tickets either:
Email : boxoffice@gpmf.net
Phone : 020 3151 5114