A Cornucopia of La Musica D’Italia at Armscote Manor

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Orchestra of the Swan are to host an Italian inspired Cornucopia of exquisite music, fine food and wine for their guests in the beautiful gardens of Armscote Manor, home of Roy and Deborah Williams, on Saturday 31st August at 6.00pm
Tamsin Waley-Cohen and musicians from Orchestra of the Swan will perform a musical Menu Découverte for the evening making links between the music, the fine Italian food and the wonderful gardens around this Jacobean Manor House.
Mark Hayden at The Woodland Kitchen will provided a wonderful dinner to accompany the music including antipasti’s, monkfish wrapped in Woodland Kitchen bacon followed by a trio of Italian desserts.

The Cornucopia in 2012 was a huge success for Orchestra of the Swan and funding raised was put towards the orchestra’s educational projects at the Welcombe Hills Special School, Stratford-upon-Avon.

Image: Catherine White, harp at Armscote Manor gardens gazebo

For further information on the orchestra, concerts in your local area and their extensive Explorchestra® projects in care homes, schools, hospices and collages please visit or phone the office on 01789 267567 and see what a difference you can make.

Orchestra of the Swan
Civic Hall
Rother Street
CV37 6LU
Tel/Fax: 01789 267567

Winner of the Royal Philharmonic Society and PRS for Music Foundation Composer in the House Award Visit our Facebook page and Twitter account @Orchestra_Swan

Source: Orchestra of the Swan

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