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A NEW series of the concerts which have brought some delightful music to churches all over Warwickshire for more than 20 years starts tomorrow with a recital at St Nicholas Church in Kenilworth's Abbey Fields.

It will be given by Donum Musicum, a young group playing in the Midlands for the first time. Its members come from Finland, Hungary, Poland and the UK.

Donum Musicum, which last year won the Friends of the Royal Academy of Music Prize for chamber music, features Soile Pylkkonen on flute, Eleanor Harrison on violin, Kinga Gaborjani on cello and Pawel Siwczak on harpsichord.

They will play Baroque music by Leclair, Handel, Bach, Jommelli and Couperin. Festival director Richard Phillips says: "These concerts offer great opportunities for local audiences to enjoy quality music-making in beautiful settings."

Other concerts in the Music in Warwickshire Churches series feature Florilegium on June 9 at All Saints' Church, Harbury, and soprano Emily van Evera and the Musical and Amicable Society at St Mary the Virgin Church, Ullenhall, on June 15. All start at 7.30pm.

Tickets on 01926 776438.


MUSICIANS WITHOUT FRONTIERS... Donum Musicum perform a selection of Baroque music in Kenilworth tomorrow.
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:May 11, 2007
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