Concerts back at Sewerby Hall’s Orangery
The team at Sewerby Hall and Gardens is welcoming back visitors to a series of three Orangery concerts on Thursdays.
This Thursday (July 1) will see the Driffield Ukulele Band in concert from 2pm to 3pm, covering a variety of songs from the 1950s to the present day, including pop, folk and country.
Due to social distancing, the performance will take place in the Band Stand.
On Thursday, July 8, Sax Forte will be in concert from 2pm to 3pm.
Sax Forte are a York based saxophone quartet with an excellent repertoire, including classical, jazz standards and swing.
Due to social distancing, the audience will be seated outdoors on the grassed area in front of the Orangery.
The event may be cancelled in poor weather conditions.
Thursday, July 15 will feature The Headlanders in concert from 2pm to 3pm.
The Headlanders cover a range of musical choices drawn predominantly from the past 50 years, although they often include more traditional songs and tunes.
A spokesman said: “Their choices are always music which they enjoy; with guitar, mandolin and button accordion, they bring their own style to the songs and tunes they play.
Due to social distancing, the audience will be seated outdoors on the grassed area in front of the Orangery whilst The Headlanders perform in front of the Orangery.
Visitors should dress appropriately for the weather conditions on the day of the performance. The event may be cancelled in poor weather conditions.”
All the concerts are included in the normal admission prices.
Full details of opening hours, admission prices, and all facilities available at Sewerby Hall and Gardens can be found at www.sewerbyhall.co.uk