Genevieve Lacey

Pleasure Garden

Saturday 11 – Sunday 26 May, 11am – 5pm

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Music and environmental sounds combine in the magnificent gardens of Felbrigg Hall to create a listening garden.  Visitors are invited into the music and natural architecture, to play the garden, stroll or recline with friends and strangers.

Inspired by the story and music of Jacob van Eyck – the 17th century Dutch musician, composer, improviser and nobleman, Pleasure Garden combines excerpts from his work, set within new music by Genevieve Lacey (Australia) and Jan Bang (Norway).

Important information

Pleasure Garden


Tickets: FREE with Felbrigg Hall admission (National Trust members free)

Felbrigg Hall Admission

Gift Aid                                Standard

Adult £12.90                       Adult £11.60

Child £6.45                         Child £5.80

Family £32.25                    Family £29.00


Supported by: ARC Centre for Excellence for the History of Emotions, Australia Council for the Arts, Lambley Garden, Four Winds Festival, ABC Classics, Music Norway, Sydney Festival, Vaucluse House, Sydney Living Museums.

Masthead image: © G Lacey and Stephen Goddard

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