Culworth’s new village clock is the culmination of a 7-year project by local blacksmith Martin Rowling.
The Lord Lieutenant of Northamptonshire, Lady Juliet Townsend will unveil the clock in a short ceremony at 3pm before the concert. Complimentary wine and canapés will then be served, and Martin Rowling will explain about the clock.
An horological feast of music by Mozart and Haydn to celebrate this remarkable timepiece.
Haydn – Symphony no.101 ‘The Clock’
Mozart – Fantasia for clock organ
Haydn – Music for flute clock
Katy Bircher flute, Kerstin Linder-Dewan violin, Kathryn Parry violin, Jane Norman viola, Poppy Walshaw cello, Penelope Rapson director
Please note the concert is now at 4.30pm (not 4pm as previously advertised).
Tickets £20, £15 (view may be restricted)
Supported by an anonymous donor
To book for the optional post-concert supper, please call the Red Lion on 01295 760050.
The Church of St Mary the Virgin is situated in front of the remains of a Norman motte and bailey castle, strategically placed in the hilltop village of Culworth with its wide views of the surrounding countryside and alongside the ancient trackway known as the Welsh Way. The churchyard is one of the prettiest in Northamptonshire.Fiori Musicali are one of the UK’s principal providers of baroque and classical music outside London.
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