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Live classical music returns to Holy Trinity

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This Saturday night sees a return to live music by the Stroud-based Capriol Chamber Orchestra. 

For the first time since the pandemic began, Capriol will be appearing at Holy Trinity Church in Stroud for a concert of orchestral music at 7pm on Saturday, September 11th. And in another first they will also be streaming the concert live on the web for those still shielding or unable to attend in person.

The concert will be conducted by Capriol’s resident conductor, Jonathan Trim and will include music by Tchaikovsky, Dvorak, Haydn and Jonathan himself.

Horn player Dave Harries said: “It’s really exciting to be getting back to live music performance after such a long break. Jonathan and the whole orchestra can’t wait to welcome the audience on Saturday and look forward to a giving them a really exciting performance.”

Tickets are available from the Sub Rooms box office www.thesubrooms.co.uk or by calling 01453 796880.

To stream the concert live visit www.capriolorchestra.co.uk where a link and password will be published early on Saturday evening. 

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