A Classical music performance taking place in Wardown House, Museum and Gallery's stunning Drawing Room - surrounded by the museum's unique art collection and with spectacular views overlooking Wardown Park.
In November, we welcome British harpist Keziah Thomas to our stunning grounds.
As described by the New York Concert Review as ‘Stupendous…totally original and engaging’, Keziah enjoys a reputation of a lively and engaging concert artist. She has appeared in major venues and festivals throughout the world, including a solo tour of Japan for Aoyama Harps, performances at the 8th, 9th and 10th World Harp Congresses in Geneva, Dublin and Amsterdam and a solo debut at Carnegie Hall in New York in 2010. Keziah was the winner of the 2003 London Harp Competition, the 2008 Camac Harp Competition and the 2011 Contemporary Record Society Performing Artists Competition.
Keziah has recorded several albums with her harp quartet 4 Girls 4 Harps and her solo album Crossing Waves which features commissioned and previously unrecorded contemporary works was released on the Discovery Music and Vision label in 2014 and attracted a 4 star review in the BBC Music Magazine for an 'imaginatively programmed, winningly played recital'.
*Special offer* - to celebrate the launch of an extended programme of Music in the Museum, where Wardown House now hosts jazz concerts in addition to classical, customers recieve 30% discount when booking 3 or more events from the series (tickets must be purchased in a single transaction).