RNLI Trumpet Recital Update

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Nice to Blow one's Trumpet for the RNLI..... Tickets are going fast
Tickets will be available at the door (if any are left), download a ticket application form and programme as a PDF

Trumpet & Piano Recital in aid of Somerton & Langport Area Branch RNL
3pm Sun May 7th 2017

RNLI

The world famous trumpeter Crispian Steele-Perkins & distinguished pianist Leslie Pearson

Crispian Steel-Perkins and Leslie Pearson

A recital of classical & contemporary music from Handel to Bernstein & a demonstration of techniques used to perform the famous trumpet tunes of the 17th and 18th centuries

St Mary's Church, Huish Episcopi, TA10 9QR
Tickets £18 In advance from: 01458 251282
Or if available ay the Door
Good parking & Teas

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