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This increasingly popular Clonter event will consist of an afternoon tea, followed by an hour of musical entertainment.


Samuel Jackson – Manchester based Baritone Samuel Jackson graduated from the RNCM in 2016 with first class honours and has recently completed his masters there studying under Nicholas Powell. Samuel’s recent operatic experience includes principle roles in the RNCM’s productions of Kurt Weill’s Street Scene and Offenbach’s La Vie Parisienne. Samuel spent the summer of 2017 performing with The National Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Company for their UK tour and was a member of the Buxton International Festival’s Young Artist Programme for their 2018 season. Samuel also regularly performs alongside choral societies across the country, including The Lancaster Singers, Bury Choral Society and Warrington Choral Society.



Daniella Sicari   is a young Australian/British soprano who completed her Masters and Advanced Graduate Diploma at the Royal Northern College of Music, under the guidance of Mary Plazas, where she performed the roles of Despina (Mozart), Lady Ellington (Offenbach), La Fée (Massenet) and Gretel (Humperdink). Daniella received a Bachelor of Music and Post-Graduate Diploma in Classical Voice from The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts. Under the tutelage of Patricia Price, Daniella performed the roles of Belinda in Dido & Aeneas and Sandman/Dewfairy in Hansel & Gretel.Daniella has received the Young People & The Arts International Scholarship Award, Amanda Roocroft Prize, The Joyce & Michael Kennedy Strauss Prize, John Cameron Award for Lieder and most recently received the Elizabeth Harwood Prize by the RNCM.



Wed 21st November*

Tickets £24.50

Tea Served 3.30pm

Performance 4 – 5pm


*Tues 20th November

This is a ‘relaxed’ performance, which was introduced to offer people in care homes, or for those being cared for at home, and their carers, something to go to together during the day. This opportunity has also been extended to those with other disabilities.

A ‘relaxed performance’ is intended specifically to be sensitive to, and accepting of, audience members who may benefit from a more relaxed environment, including (but not limited to) those with autistic spectrum conditions, anyone with sensory and communication disorders or learning disabled people.


Tickets £18.50 (Carers come free – one per person)

Tea Served 3.30pm

Performance 4 – 5pm



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