The Première

Swanland Village Hall, East Riding of Yorkshire, May 5th 2012-SOLD OUT

The Auricula Suite Première Concert on Saturday May 5th 2012 was Swanland Village Hall’s first sell out concert. It and included a traditional display of Primula auricula from specialist growers – and holder of a National Collection® of Border auriculas – Robin and Annabel Graham of Drointon Nurseries, Ripon.

The Auricula Suite Première Concert, Swanland Village Hall, East Riding of Yorkshire was  SOLD OUT – A Full House and a Full Moon

“What a fantastic evening the Auricula Suite concert was – beautiful people, music, and flowers. A room bursting with colour, love & enriched with mesmeric music…we all absolutely loved it!”  Lynn, Once Upon a Time Bears

“The songs are lovely, memorable and haunting.” 

“What an eclectic idea, I love it. We are also auricula addicted at Abriachan. Best of luck with it all, would love to come if it wasn’t so far.”  Abriachan Nurseries – The Garden On Loch Ness

“We so enjoyed the evening; how unusual,  entertaining and interesting.” 

“The more I looked into The Auricula Suite the more I decided it’s actually a completely bizarre combination, and will hopefully do very well!”  Phil Ascough, Network

Click to read Phil Ascough’s  review

Special thanks to:

Robin and Annabel Graham of Drointon Nurseries
Yvonne Dumsday Swanland Village Hall Assn.
Rebecca Platt
Phil Ascough
John Maffin photographer
And to the sponsors:

Chrissy and David at Images Framing Anlaby for the beautifully framed print of John Everett Millais’ A Huguenot on St. Bartholomew’s Day
James at Enterprise Car Hire, Dunston Road Hessle for the car for the day
Tony Broomfield – Artist
Francois at Francois Restaurant Willerby
Laura and Paul at Atkinson’s Café Bar Willerby Square
Swanland Nurseries
Good Travel
Tony at Photoworx, Hessle Road Hull
Marks and Spencer
Phil Ascough

And last but not least Martin Peel and Andrew Short of Swanland Village Hall for being so helpful and making the event easy and a pleasure to perform there.

Proceeds of the première concert were donated to the Matthew Good Foundation.

Mazetta Stripe Original Commemorative Painting by Tony Broomfield
Mazetta Stripe Original Commemorative Painting by Tony Broomfield

Rich & Lou Duffy-Howard

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