It will feature leading musicians including pianist Isata Kanneh-Mason, Yorkshire-born soprano Rowan Pierce, organist Anna Lapwood, cellist Abel Selaocoe and violinist Tamsin Waley-Cohen amongst others.
From Sunday, July 19 to Sunday, July 26, the Ryedale Festival will, for the first time ever, livestream eight free-to-view concerts from magnificent North Yorkshire settings, including the beautiful pre-Raphaelite chapel of Castle Howard and St Michael’s Church in the village of Coxwold.
Pianist Isata Kanneh-Mason will open the festival with an afternoon recital of Beethoven and classics from the American piano repertoire. Then, pianist and artistic director Christopher Glynn and singer Rowan Pierce will perform a winning mix of traditional songs.
People will be able to watch the concerts at ryestream.com or by visiting Ryedale Festival’s website, where they can also find out more about the full line-up.
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