The Brunton Classical Online Series continues with three concerts from the Ryedale Festival recorded in beautiful locations around Yorkshire. Available for streaming from 13th April is violinist Rachel Podger, a leading interpreter of early music, filmed in the chapel at Castle Howard. The first woman to receive the Royal Academy of Music/Kohn Foundation Back Prize, Rachel is also a former Gramophone Artist of the Year.
The series continues with organist Anna Lapwood (from 27th April), recorded in St Michael’s Church in Coxwold, and soprano Rowan Pierce (from 11th May) accompanied by pianist Christopher Glynn, recorded at All Saints’ Church in Helmsley. Each concert costs £10 plus booking fee and is available to view an unlimited number of times for two weeks from the start date.
The programme is presented in partnership with the Lammermuir Festival with support from the Scottish Government’s Performing Arts Venue Relief Fund through Creative Scotland.