We went on Sunday and timed it just right for the start of the music demonstartion approx 2.45pm we listened to pieces on several keyboards and a very good lady soprano singer accompanied as well. After the musical demonstration you could wander the rest of the museum play the instruments if you wanted and walk the gardens. Then it was time for the second musical demonstration which went from a piece from the Beggars Opera, a cello and piano piece followed by jazz, wonderful. I am so pleased we visited the players and singers showed their love of the instruments and music and it was funny as well. I can't sing or play, you don't need to just enjoy this.
The gardens and worth a vist as well.
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