For a toe tapping interlude to your day, why not visit the Cramphorn Theatre, where music is on the menu most Wednesday Lunchtimes.
Tantalise your musical tastebuds with a varied programme brought to you by talented local artists and professional musicians, from jazz to classical, woodwind to strings and a generous helping of fine vocals.
The Cramphorn Foyer offers drinks and bar snacks.
Wednesday 2 July - Sing Out Loud "A short, vibrant, celebration of community through singing, with a few of our favourite songs, packed into a delicious lunchtime of foot-tapping fun, much like the evenings we share in central Chelmsford, on Sing Out Loud, Thursdays."
Wednesday 16 July - Samantha Miller presents a clarinet recital inspired by the poetry and beautiful colours of Romantic music. She is joined by Dylan Christopher at the piano.
Wednesday 23 July - The Chloe Liles and Tom Jiggins Piano Duet formed in 2013 and since this collaboration they have performed for many different events, most notably the 2013 Duet competition, which they won and were awarded the Cyril Moles Duet Shield. The duet now focus on a wide range of Romantic and 20th Century repertoire for piano four hands, they are also planning to expand their repertoire with works for 2 pianos such as the Shostakovich Suite in F Sharp Minor.
Wednesday 3 September - Daniel Joy - Tenor with Joseph Ramadan Piano - These two professional artists offer a recital entitled - 'Italian Sonnets set by Liszt and Britten'
Wednesday 10 September - Catherine Leonard returns to the theatre by popular demand in a programme of romantic solo piano music including music by Elgar and Liszt.
Wednesday 17 September - Liz Leatherdale and David Chivers - Colchester Classics. A whistle stop tour through some highlights of classical music with names you may not have heard of before - A sort of lecture/demo with recordings and C.D's available for sale at this new departure for the lunchtime concert series.
Wednesday 24 September - Pat Avery returns to the Cramphorn theatre with a wide ranging and idiomatic programme of solo Guitar music.