Wiltshire Music Centre’s season continues

THE Wiltshire Music Centre at Bradford-on-Avon continues with its  autumn and winter season of concerts.

With one of the finest acoustics outside of London, the WMC is renowned for its diverse programme of classical, folk, jazz and world music, family shows and community concerts, and more recently to its successful foray into livestreaming.e.

Classical music lovers can look forward to performances by the centre’s orchestra in residence, the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, next in the venue on 12th November, and Brodsky Quartet on 4th December.

For folk fans there is a show by Canadian band Còig on 14th November .

Renowned jazz artists Stacey Kent and John Law return on 19th November, and the Pasadena Roof Orchestra round off the season with a swinging festive finale on 18th December. There is also an exhilarating world music event with Fofoulah, combining West African rhythms with dub and jazz on 6th November.

The tenth anniversary Bradford Roots Music Festival will be in the new year.

Almost all of the centre’s events are also available to livestream and watch again online in audio and high-definition video, so audiences can enjoy every note from the comfort of their own home.

Face-coverings will continue to be encouraged and other safety measures such as enhanced cleaning and air monitoring will remain in place.

Pictured are Fofoulah, Coig and Stacey Kent.