Concert will be just the tonic

PUBLISHED: 13:53 09 January 2008 | UPDATED: 22:03 26 October 2009

They’re ready for some good music and song

They’re ready for some good music and song

A DOCTOR hopes to prove music is the best tonic with his singing performance in a concert this Saturday. Dr Julian Godlee, a GP in St Albans and bass soloist, will take to the stage with brother-in-law and cello soloist Herre Jan Stegenga. The Rothamsted

A DOCTOR hopes to prove music is the best tonic with his singing performance in a concert this Saturday.

Dr Julian Godlee, a GP in St Albans and bass soloist, will take to the stage with brother-in-law and cello soloist Herre Jan Stegenga.

The Rothamsted recital, held at the Harpenden manor house, is in aid of Home Start St Albans, helping families in the area facing difficulty.

Herre Jan is a foremost cello Soloist in Holland and principal cellist in the Netherlands Chamber Orchestra as well as professor at the Rotterdam Conservatory.

He will perform a Debussy cello sonata and be joined by his wife Beverley Lunt, deputy leader of the Netherlands Chamber Orchestra, to play Schubert Trio in B flat.

Julian will sing Gerald Finzi's song cycle Earth and Air and Rain as well as Schubert pieces, accompanied by Nigel Yandell.

It takes place in the Great Drawing Room and starts at 7.30pm.

Tickets are £15. and include a glass of wine in the interval.

To book ring Jane Colston on 01438 829088.

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