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A celebration of the natural world in music as we embark on a journey from the Bohemian Forest to the mountains and islands of Finland.
David Le Page (violin), Jack McNeill (clarinet) and Clare O’Connell (cello) bring you an exquisitely interlaced programme of music as diverse as Henry Purcell, Leoš Janáček and Finnish composer Toivu Kuula, as well as their own compositions and arrangements of music by Finnish folk legends, Frigg. Plus words from Emily Dickenson and a very special story from the creator of the 'Moomins', Tove Jansson. Supported by The Unitarian Trustees Starts: 1pm Tickets: £12, Under 25's £5. Festival Friends £2 off Venue: Unitarian Meeting House, Bury St Edmunds This event is promoted by Bury Festival.
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