It is a little known fact that writer, wine critic and broadcaster Oz Clarke was a singer for many years, starting at Canterbury, continuing with the Schola Cantorum, followed by both the Monteverdi Choir and the Academy of St Martins, and a successful career performing lead roles in the West End.
In a completely unique programme presented cabaret style, Oz and Armonico Consort investigate the spurious links between wine from across the world and the music of the baroque.
Featuring music from composers including Bach, Purcell and Vivaldi, plus some of the most upbeat Baroque dance music from South America, and a tasting of four wines to accompany the performance, a highly entertaining evening is guaranteed.
See Oz and Armonico Drink to Music at Petworth Festival on Saturday 30th July
St Mary's Church, Petworth, GU28 0AD
7.30pm - 9.30pm
Adult: £20, £12.50, £7 | Eighteen & under: £5 or FREE in adult £7 seats)