Popular venue to welcome back audiences for concerts
A POPULAR East Yorkshire venue has announce it will welcome back audiences for a series of entertaining afternoon concerts.
Sewerby Hall will be hosting several afternoons of music in the Orangery this month.
On Sunday (February 20), Pete Jones will be performing at the venue. Tapping into the essence of the American Songbook, he will be performing famous hits from Frank Sinatra to Nat King Cole to Perry Como, plus songs from the 60s and 70s.
The following week on Sunday February 27, A Capella, a four-part harmony chamber choir, will be singing a variety of music, from sacred to secular, light classics to folk, madrigals to songs from the shows. The band are based in the Scarborough area and perform to raise funds for charities, to entertain and to enjoy singing without accompaniment.
Marie Gascoigne, general manager of Sewerby Hall and Gardens, said: “We are delighted to welcome musicians back into the Orangery this month. The performances are sure to entertain audiences of all ages.”
Tickets for the concerts are available on the Sewerby Hall website.
The venue will be continuing to welcome the public with standard admission available to the house and zoo, with the gardens accessible free of charge until March 26.