Friday 12 July

Friday 12 July

Lunchtime Recital

Friday 12 July, 1.00pm

St Lawrence’s Church

Tickets: £8 (£5 students)

Rachel Carver  harp

Albert Zabel La Source
Paul Hindemith Sonata for Harp
Nino Rota Sarabande e Toccata
Fauré Impromptu

Rachel is an award-winning harpist who was the second placed harpist in The BBC Young Musician of the Year in 2014. With orchestras like the National Youth Orchestra, she has performed at many of the country’s major concert halls as well as on Radio 3, Classic FM and BBC TV for the Proms. She went to school in Winchester and has played in many local ensembles, including the Hampshire County Youth Orchestra.

Supported by The Friends of Music in Winchester

RACHEL CARVER

Simon Schama

Friday 12 July, 6.00pm

Guildhall

Tickets: £15

Wordy: Sounding off on high art, low appetite and the power of memory

Sir Simon Schama has been at the forefront of the arts, political commentary, social analysis and historical study for over forty years.

As a teacher of Art History and an award-winning television presenter of iconic history-based programming, Sir Simon is equally a prolific bestselling writer and award- winning columnist for many of the world’s foremost publishers, broadsheet newspapers, periodicals and magazines.

Here he selects topics from 50 essays commissioned over the years on the arts, politics, food and life.

Wordy - Simon Schama