Carlisle gets the mixture right
Posted: 06 Aug 2008 @ 00:00
Roderic Dunnett on a programme that enticed and satisfied
JEREMY SUTER, Organist of Carlisle Cathedral for three decades, set up the Carlisle Cathedral Festival in the late 1990s. It was a substantial and worthy effort, strong on the main concerts, more local — even homespun — in the ancillary events and recitals, and considerately catholic in its appeal, a quality that the festival retains.
But his industry, application, and thoughtful planning, helped by his wife Sue Suter, festival secretary from the start, have led this prime event ...
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