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Bill Oddie joins Sarah Class at Halesworth Arts Festival

23 September, 2013 - 11:51 -- World Land Trust
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Bill Oddie will be joining Sarah Class on stage at The Cut during Halesworth Arts Festival on 25 October 2013. Proceeds from the evening will support the conservation work of World Land Trust.

Bill needs no introduction. He is a birdwatcher, broadcaster, actor, television presenter, writer, song-writer, musician, conservationist and much more. He is a friend of Sarah, a WLT Council Member and a keen supporter of WLT’s work.

Sarah Class is a rising star, a young English singer and songwriter. She is also one of Britain’s most sought after film score composers with a strong association with wildlife and natural history. 

Sarah has a long standing relationship with the BBC, and has composed music for prominent documentary programmes narrated by Sir David Attenborough, one of the patrons of World Land Trust. In 2013 she received worldwide acclaim for the orchestral score for the BBC series Africa, narrated by Sir David Attenborough. "What wonderful music!" said Sir David Attenborough on first hearing Sarah's soundtrack.

In conversation with Bill during the first half of the event, Sarah will reflect on her career in music and discuss how different aspects of her musical talent have developed. During the second half, Sarah will perform live on piano and guitar. 

Tickets are available online at Halesworth Arts Festival »

More information

A Musical Safari with Sarah Class & Bill Oddie »

Full press releasePDF  http://www.worldlandtrust.org/documents/news/press-release-2013-musical-safari-with-sarah-class-and-bill-oddie.pdf (298 KB)

Contact: For more details or to arrange an interview, please contact Jo Leverett or Christina Ballinger on 01986 874422 or by email jleverett@worldlandtrust.org or cballinger@worldlandtrust.org.

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