Upcoming Orangery Concerts At Sewerby Hall

Upcoming Orangery Concerts At Sewerby Hall
Upcoming Orangery Concerts At Sewerby Hall

will be continuing to welcome the public with standard admission available to the house and zoo, with the gardens accessible free of charge until Saturday, 26 March. In addition to this, the hall will also be hosting several afternoons of music in the Orangery this month.

Sunday, 13 March at 1:30pm, will see Sax Forte appearing in the Orangery. The York-based quartet demonstrates the versatility of the saxophone, particularly of the classical repertoire. 

Sunday, 20 March, sees The Assembly Line Ukulele Band playing a mix of jazz, blues, folk, and pop. This unique band are made up of seniors from all over East Yorkshire and was formed in 2014 when a group of friends who played at and Hornsea got together to perform.

Another band will appear in the Orangery on Sunday, 27 March at 2pm, when the well-established Excelsior Brass Band play. The band have been performing for 100 years, and enjoy delighting local audiences.

On Thursday, 31 March, the Ukes of Hazard will appear once again at Sewerby. The ukulele band will be performing a range of classic hits which the audience can sing along to. The performance will start at 2pm.

Marie Gascoigne, general manager of Sewerby Hall and Gardens, said: “We are delighted to welcome musicians back into the Orangery this month. The performances are sure to entertain audiences of all ages.”

Admission charges will apply, please visit the website for details at www.sewerbyhall.co.uk or (01262) 673769.

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