This is a picture of Paul Lewis, Cuckmere Haven and a rough sea at the Bastion




Doors will open at 2.30PM

Seaford Baptist Church, Belgrave Road, Seaford BN25 2EE

Featuring two Violins, Viola, Cello, Double Bass, Clarinet, Bassoon and French Horn, the London Mozart Players Chamber Ensemble will play Devienne's Bassoon Quartet in G Minor, Opus 73, Number 3, the World Première of Brighton-born Paul Lewis's Seaford Snapshots, for Horn and String Quartet, which has been commissioned by Brian Spiby, a Member of Seaford Music Society, and Beethoven's Septet in E Flat Major, Opus 20

In association with the work by Paul Lewis, an exhibition of historical photographs of Seaford will be on display, after the Concert, kindly curated by Phil Armstrong of Seaford Museum.  Tea, Coffee and Fruit Juice will also be available

Full details are in the Programme Notes

There is currently only one Single Ticket left, for a seat in the Main Body of the Church.  A further nineteen Single Tickets will be made available, but these will be for seats in the Balcony, which has a restricted view and can only be accessed via a staircase