Hannah Clark rehearsing for tomorrow’s concert:
Flute Concert at 1pm at St John The Baptist in Cathedral Square, Peterborough
This concert is the third in a summer concert series organised by St Johns CIC. Hannah Clark will be joined by Irena Radić. Both of these young musicians have given concerts at St John’s before. In their début appearance here together Hannah Clark (flute) and Irena Radić (piano) will play music by Fauré, Ravel, Reinecke, and more…
The church will be open from about midday and arriving early ensures time for a homemade cake or a coffee. All profits go to The Green Backyard.
The concert will begin promptly at 1pm. Admission is free, but those who are able to afford it are asked to make a donation. The suggested amount is £4.
You can also spend some time with the magnificent textile work, Mapestry, installed in St John’s as part of this year’s magnificent PECT Green Festival. Mapestry will be in the church for a short while, and then it will tour the route of the River Nene which passes through the city. The work consists of twelve delightfully characterful panels, each one describing a month in the year and a place on the Nene. The work has been created by Froglife a major wildlife charity based in Peterborough and a number of community crafters. Nenescape is a Heritage Lottery funded Landscape Partnership Scheme conserving and protecting the Nene Valley’s natural and built history. Get in touch with them if you think you can help. A woman in a red dress is walking her dog in Ferry Meadows: