The Ryestream takes you places others cannot reach

In the coming week, even though the House is closed, you can be taken inside Castle Howard’s Great Hall, Long Gallery and Chapel, all the while listening to outstanding music, courtesy of the Ryedale Festival. From Sunday 19th July till Sunday 26th July eight concerts are being streamed on the Ryestream, the new online platform.

The other venues are Helmsley’s All Saints’ Church and Coxwold’s St Michael’s church.

All the concerts are free, though of course donations are always welcome. They will be live-steamed at the following times, and will be available to view until 16th August.

Sunday 19 July, 3pm (from Helmsley All Saints’) – Isata Kanneh-Mason, piano

Monday 20 July, 11am (from Castle Howard Chapel) – Rachel Podger, violin

Tuesday 21 July, 1pm (from Castle Howard Long Gallery) – Matthew Hunt, clarinet, Tim Horton piano

Wednesday 22 July, 11am (from Coxwold, St Michael’s) – Anna Lapwood, organ

Thursday 23 July, 6pm (from Helmsley All Saints’) – Abel Selaocoe, cello

Friday 24 July, 9pm (from Helmsley All Saints’) – Rowan Pierce soprano, Christopher Glynn piano

Saturday 25 July, 5pm (from Helmsley All Saints’) – Tamsin Waley-Cohen violin, Christopher Glynn piano

Sunday 26 July, 6pm (from Castle Howard Great Hall) – various outstanding performers.

For full details of the programmes, go to https://ryedalefestival.com/ryestream/

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