Acclaimed musicians putting on free Wednesday lunchtime recitals at Peterborough Cathedral

10:10 27 June 2014

Charlotte Fairbairn.

Charlotte Fairbairn.


A series of free recitals involving acclaimed musicians are taking place in Peterborough Cathedral on Wednesday lunchtimes throughout the summer.

Matthew Schellhorn.Matthew Schellhorn.

The first concert, a 45 minute performance by modern and baroque violinist Charlotte Fairbairn and pianist Matthew Schellhorn, takes place on Wednesday, July 16 at 1pm.

Both Charlotte and Matthew have performed on BBC Radio 3 and Matthew has been guest soloist at several international festivals, No tickets are needed and there is no charge, although donations will be welcome.

Wednesday recital schedule:

July 23 - The Aurelia Duo (Violin and Cello)

July 30 - Francis Knights, Dan Tidhar and Chesterton Baroque (two Harpsichords and String Orchestra)

August 6 - Mike Waldron (Organ)

August 13 - Roman Rudnytsky (Piano)

August 20 - Ivan Numerov (Violin)

August 27 - Amabile Ensemble (Voice, Violin, Piano)

September 3 - Natalia Williams-Wandoch (Piano)

For more details about the recitals, go to

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