After living in the United States for three years, internationally renowned concert harpist Keziah Thomas has returned home to South Norwood and will be performing as part of this summer’s South Norwood Arts Festival next Monday.
Thomas has performed to acclaim at major venues and festivals throughout the world. The New York Concert Review described her as “stupendous…totally original and engaging”.
Thomas will be appearing with friends and her students (she is now also teaching) in the beautiful surroundings of St Mark’s Church, 101 Albert Road, South Norwood, next Monday July 8. The concert begins at 7.30pm.
Historic St Mark’s is where Sherlock Holmes author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s first son, Kingsley, was christened in 1892. Donations raised at Keziah Thomas’s concert will go to its roof fund.
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