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What an Excellent Concert!

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Nick Trygstad

Tattenhall Music Society's second concert of the season has received rave reviews from members of the community who attended this wonderful evening.

One Tattenhaller contributed,

'This was an excellent concert. Personally, my favourite was the Prokofiev opus 119, Sonata for cello and piano in C major, in particular the first movement. It may have been wet and windy outdoors but the audience were oblivious to this. Roll on the guitar concert in January'

Jeremy Young

The next performance will be on 10 January, 2016.

On that occasion it will be an evening of beautiful Spanish music performed by two rising stars of the guitar world ... Jack Hancher & Hayden Bateman. A great start to 2016.

Look out for the Tattenhall Music Society's next newsletter and, of course, keep checking tattenhall.org where we will post further details.

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