Wine and canapés during woodwind performance in Churchill

PUBLISHED: 20:00 11 October 2017

Ellipsis Ensemble.

Ellipsis Ensemble.


Three musicians are uniting for a varied programme of baroque and woodwind music.

Flautist Robert Manasse will appear alongside oboe player Melanie Ragge and pianist Susanna Stranders for a performance in Churchill.

Their programme will include some Rossini, and French woodwind compositions.

Interspersed with the music, John Murray, formerly of a wine merchants in Bristol, will introduce a selection of red, white 
and rosé wines to sup with 
the music.

It will all be accompanied by canapés to complement the performance.

The Ellipsis Ensemble will perform at St John’s Church, in Church Lane in Churchill, on December 2 from 7.30-10pm.

Tickets, priced £18.50-22.50, are available from or by calling Susannah Read on 01934 844106. There may also be some tickets available on the door.

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