Curry Rivel Music Club Sat 21st Oct 2017

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Alexandra Vaduva Pianist
The second concert of the Curry Rivel Music season will be held on Sat 21st Oct 2017
St Andrews Church, Curry Rivel at 7.00pm

This concert is sponsored by the Countess of Munster Musical Trust which supports young, talented musicians. Alexandra started playing at the age of four and she has performed in Texas, Japan, Vienna and Munich as well as many well known venues in the UK. She has collected many prizes and awards along the way. Her programme is likely to include works by Schumann, Enesco, Bartok, Brahms and Beethoven.

The concert begins at 7.00pm and there will be an interval for refreshments.
Tickets cost £12 and will be available at the door. Students and children are admitted free.

For further details see our website: https://curryrivelmusic.wordpress.com/

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