March: Marlborough's musical monthBy coincidence rather than design, March brings a rare feast of classical and religious music to Marlborough:
March 4: Members of the Salisbury Cathedral Choir perform at St George's Church, Ogbourne St George. More details here.
March 13: the Swindon Choral Society under Robin Nelson (former Head of Music at the College and now living in Avebury) bring the Brahms Requiem and Dvorak's Te Deum to the College Chapel - with two outstanding soloists. More details here and here.
March 17: The Brilliant Young International Musicians" series brings pianist Ryan Drucker to St Peter's Church - playing Mozart, Franck, Bernstein, Chopin and Rachmaninov. More details here.
March 23: Marlborough Concert Orchestra under their conductor Roselise Gentile play Beethoven (5th Symphony), Warlock, Holst and Elgar (Pomp and Ciurcumstance March No 4) at St Mary's Church. More details here.
March 30: Marlborough Choral Society's Spring Concert at St Mary's Church - Mozart's Solemn Vespers and Rutter's Feel the Spirit with the Merlin Clarinet Ensemble. More details here.