Sudborough's church clock was a gift from Lady Elizabeth Germain of Drayton House in 1740.
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
Tickets £20, £15 (view may be restricted)
Presented in conjunction with Sudborough Music Trust
The Church of All Saints, Sudborough, dates from the second half of the 13th century.
The Old Rectory was built in 1820 by The Reverend William Duthy, Rector of All Saints Church, Sudborough, at his own expense to replace the original early 18th-century Rectory. This had fallen into disprepair by the 1980s, but since then Ann and Tony Huntington have restored the house and transformed the gardens.
Framing the sweeping lawn you’ll find herbaceous borders, planted to provide colour and variety throughout the year and home to many sun-loving species. The rose garden, planted with a profusion of David Austin English roses in hues of pink and mauve, provides a burst of colour against the main lawn.
Picnicking there in the sunshire and fragrant blooms, with the view towards church and house, is pure heaven.
Fiori Musicali are one of the UK’s principal providers of baroque and classical music outside London.
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