The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
TMS: October 2018
The 2018/19 season opened Sunday 14th October in St Alban's Church, Tattenhall featuring two young musicians who are rapidly making names for themselves in the music world.
In the first half we were treated to a delightful performance of six pieces on solo harp by Elinor Nicholson. The pieces ranged from classical to modern, and Elinor took time between pieces to talk about the two harps with which she was performing.
The second half consisted of two solo piano works by Janáček and Schumann performed by Dominic Degavino. Both dark and moody, they were performed with complete assurance and sheer brilliance.
The next TMS concert is the Armistice Centenary Concert on Sunday 11 November 2018 in the Barbour Institute starting at 6.30pm. The concert will feature Jonathan Fisher (piano) and two opera singers from the Royal Northern College of Music.
Tickets cost £12.00 and are available from Tattenhall News, Tattenhall Post Office or on the door.
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