The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Webteam: June 2015
Ken Griffin and Laura Jellicoe were the founder members of the Tattenhall Music Society in 2004. The majority of concerts take place at the Parish Church of St.Alban with additional concerts such as Folk and Jazz at the Barbour Institute.
Sadly Ken died several years ago and the Flute Scholarship is a biennial competition for the flautists of the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester in his memory.
Earlier this month the exceptionally high standard of the flautists was appreciated by the audience and for some students it was the first opportunity that they had had to perform in public. All entrants took the competition very seriously and dressed for the occasion. The judging was led by Laura Jellicoe, a flute tutor at the RNCM and also the musical director of the Music Society.
The Concert was the final event of the season.
The 2015/2016 season starts in October, keep checking Tattenhall Online for future events.
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