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Cambridge-based guitarist Daniela Rossi to perform this weekend at Stapleford Village Day

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Cambridge-based classical guitarist Daniela Rossi is to perform at Stapleford Village Day this Sunday (July 4), which takes place in the grounds and gardens of the Granary.

Daniela Rossi. Picture: Keith Heppell
Daniela Rossi. Picture: Keith Heppell

Free to enter and running from 11am to 4pm, this special event will be a celebration of the village of Stapleford and its community. It will be a chance to come together in a safe outdoor environment and enjoy all the things we have missed so much over the past year.

The garden and outdoor spaces will all be open and Daniela, an award-winning virtuoso musician from Argentina, will perform at 11.20am as part of the Live Music & Theatre Under the Tent lineup.

Other acts appearing include the Acorn String Quartet, Corkscrew Theatre presenting a play called The Happy Prince, and jazz duo Ruth Applin and Josh Kemp.

There will also be stalls from freelance artists, craft activities for children, and pop-up food vans. The organisers will be collecting for two charities: the Red Hen Project, which supports local families and children to achieve more at home, and the not-for-profit Artist Residency Scheme, enabling the freelance workforce to get back on their feet again.

Stapleford Granary is a large site with spacious outdoor areas. All the necessary Covid restrictions will be in place.

For more information, visit staplefordgranary.org.uk/whats-on/events/village-day. For more on Daniela , go to danielarossiguitarist.com.

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