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TMS Concert 13th October

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The first concert will be on Sunday October 13th 2019 at 6.30pm at St. Alban's Parish Church and it will be the first performance in Tattenhall of husband and wife, Hannah Roberts, cello and Simon Parker, pianist..... known professionally as "The Roberts Parkin Duo"

Hannah is currently principal cello with Manchester Camerata and is a Professor and Fellow at the Royal Northern College of Music and the Royal Academy of Music in London. She is internationally highly sought after as a tutor with the most gifted young cellists.

Simon was born in Manchester and attended the Yehudi Menuhin School and the Royal Northern College of Music. He is an accomplished pianist and arranger and is busy working with all the major music schools teaching composition and arranging.

It promises to be a delightful evening of music. Doors open at 5.45pm and admission is £12. Tickets are on sale at Tattenhall Post Office and Tattenhall News or you can pay on the door.

If you have any questions about the society get in touch.
Tel: 01829 770932 / mcgrath.prickleygreen@btopenworld.com
Anne McGrath

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