Curry Rivel Music set to Charme

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Charme du Hautbois
Curry Rivel Music Saturday 11th March 2017
Charme du Hautbois


Mark Baigent, oboe
Nathaniel Harrison, bassoon
Helen Sharp, harp

There will be an interval for refreshments of wine, tea or coffee.
Tickets will be on sale at the door, priced £12. Students are admitted free.
Mrs Anne Michell, Secretary. Email anne.michell@btinternet.com

All Concerts start at 7pm and are held in St Andrew's Church, Curry Rivel

Le Charme du hautbois clarinet

See Curry Rivel Music website

Charme du Hautbois was formed in 2013 by Mark Baigent and Nathaniel Harrison to explore forgotten treasures for oboe and bassoon from the 19th and early 20th centuries using piano, harp or strings as accompaniment.

Both players are highly accomplished chamber and orchestral musicians in the early music field, regularly performing with the Gabrieli Consort, Kings Consort, English Baroque Soloists, Orchestre Revolutionaire et Romantique both in the UK and abroad.
As chamber musicians, they are both highly experienced with appearances with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Denner Ensemble, Pipers 3 oboe trio at music clubs, festivals and on Radios 3, 4 and Classic FM.

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