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Notes From Hidden Britain, Ben Fogle's Sunday drive through the nation's classical music heritage, took us to East Anglia. Here's what he found there
There were several festival venues over the years, including Aldeburgh's church of St Peter and St Paul - where the composer and his long-time partner and collaborator, the tenor Peter Pears are now buried - before the festival found its permanent home at Sanpe Maltings, six miles from the town, in 1967. Britten is seen here rehearsing with the boys who play fairies in Midsummer Night's Dream at Snape Maltings.
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