The Virtuoso Tradition
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
19:30 - All Ages
The Chapel (map)
66a High Street
Coton, Cambridgeshire, UK CB23 7PL
"The Virtuoso Tradition"
7.30pm in Coton Chapel, 66 High Street, Coton, Cambridge
Steve Bingham - violin
with Nicola Anderson - cello
and special guest Jeremy Harmer - narrator
An unusual and entertaining evening of music from the last 300 years by
composers with a talent for instrumental playing, and by virtuoso
instrumentalists with a talent for composing!
Music for solo violin, for violin and cello and for violin and narrator: A
diverse selection of pieces, both serious and fun, from a range of composers
including Bach, Haydn, Paganini, Kreisler and Wieniawski.
With special guest appearances by a toy bicycle horn in "Afters" by Laurie
Wedd, and by Jeremy Harmer, who narrates the wonderful "Ferdinand The Bull"
by Alan Ridout!
Admission is free and wine and soft drinks will be served in the interval. There will be a retiring
Seating is limited and so needs to be booked in advannce by emailing Steve.