Finalists in the BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Awards, Jack McNeill and Charlie Heys, will perform in the next Harborough Collective concert at the Congregational Church at 3pm on Sunday.
‘Folk Tales’ explores how the two worlds of classical and folk have been closely linked through the history of music and will feature Vaughan Williams ‘Phantasy Quintet’, a work greatly influenced by the English Folk tradition.
There will be songs by Jack McNeill, and the premiere of a new work written for Jack, Charlie and The Harborough Collective by Jack McNeill and David Le Page.
The Coffee Concert is at 3pm on Sunday, February 17 at the Congregational Church, Market Harborough.
Tickets £10/8 and under 18s free.
Reservations on 07903 020101 or email email@example.com.
Tea and homemade cakes are served after the performance courtesy of the Three Swans Hotel.