The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
TMS: February 2017
The next concert brought to you by the Tattenhall Music Society is on Sunday, February 12th 2017 at 6.30pm at the Barbour Institute, Tattenhall.
The Music Society welcomes a very energetic and charismatic group of musicians to Tattenhall. Roberto Carillo-Garcia, who hails from Tenerife, is Principal Bass with the Hallé Orchestra and is also a virtuoso guitarist. His wife, Rachel Clegg, is Principal Oboe with Manchester Camerata and Paul Barritt is Co-leader with the Hallé. There will be also a pianist and singer. It will be a café style performance with tables in the Barbour Institute and will be an evening of fun items with classical musicians who like to let their hair down!! It all adds up to a very different and exciting evening for everyone.
Tickets are available from Tattenhall News and Tattenhall Post Office or you can just pay on the door.
TMS members £8 and non- members £10, under 18years are free.
It is the 4th in the season of subscription concerts
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