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MU­SIC & ART at Snape Malt­ings

Through­out April you can see two great lo­cal artists at Snape Malt­ings.

Ania Hob­son has a stu­dio just a few min­utes from the malt­ings. Her re­cent work has been se­lected for the 2017 BP Por­trait Awards, and her an­i­mal por­traits and Suf­folk land­scapes are ex­pected to gen­er­ate a great deal of in­ter­est. Ania will at­tend the pre­view on March 31. The ex­hi­bi­tion runs in the Malt­ings Gallery un­til April 27.

From April 7 un­til May 4 Wood­bridge-based il­lus­tra­tor Brie Har­ri­son will also be in the gallery. This is a new col­lec­tion of her work and the fruits of an ex­clu­sive project, based on the flora and fauna of the Snape coun­try­side and marshes. You can meet Brie on Satur­day April 7.

There’s a full pro­gramme of mu­sic at Snape over the Easter week­end, be­gin­ning with the Al­bion Quar­ted on Fri­day, March 30 at noon play­ing Haydn and Dvořák, fol­lowed in the evening by Bach: Mass in B mi­nor played by the Gabrieli Con­sort and Players, con­duc­tor Paul McCreesh. On Satur­day March 31 at 3pm Alde­burgh Voices with Ben Parry con­duct­ing per­form James MacMil­lan’s choral mas­ter­piece, Seven Last Words from the Cross. That evening the Brit­ten– Pears Baroque Or­ches­tra and Singers of the Brit­ten–Pears Young Artist Pro­gramme, with Chris­tian Curnyn con­duc­tor per­form Han­del’s ora­to­rio, Theodora.

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