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Top musicians to play at restored mill

PUBLISHED: 11:12 17 September 2009 | UPDATED: 08:31 01 August 2010

THREE top musicians from the Royal Opera House Orchestra will travel to Norfolk later this year to play at the restored Loddon Mill.

The concert, which will be given by a trio of principal members of the Turner Ensemble, will mark the first anniversary of the opening of the south Norfolk arts venue.

THREE top musicians from the Royal Opera House Orchestra will travel to Norfolk later this year to play at the restored Loddon Mill.

The concert, which will be given by a trio of principal members of the Turner Ensemble, will mark the first anniversary of the opening of the south Norfolk arts venue.

Organisers say the concert will continue the same vein of specialised, high-quality musical performances that have been hosted at the Mill Room in the historic setting of Loddon Mill since it opened last November.

The Turner Ensemble is made up of 14 principal players from a range of distinguished orchestras, including the Royal Opera House Orchestra and the Philharmonia Orchestra.

On the day of the concert, the ensemble - Francis Angell on piano, Roger Montgomery on French horn and Jan Schmolck on violin - will be giving educational workshops at Langley School to pupils from the Loddon area.

The concert is on November 27 at 7.30pm. Tickets can be bought on 01508 521800.

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