Anyone interested in performing should book soon as there are already four or five acts in the pipeline. Anyone who just wants to listen is more than welcome.
The concerts get better and better! September 9th was a triumph with what was almost a little Bach-fest: three pianists offering pieces by The Master. A big round of applause must go to our learner of the month, a very new violinist working to his Grade 1. Well done for standing up and playing. Despite losing his cellist duo partner, our visiting viola player insisted on going ahead, and performed some charming solo exercises. To round off we had Scriabin for the piano, some lighter music for clarinet and piano, and a Grainger piano duet. Here’s looking forward to the next one which is already filling up.
Five acts already booked (eight performers) including delights such as Mozart duets for viola and cello, light pieces for piano and saxophone, a Bach duetto from the Klavierubung and a four-hand piano duet by Grainger. Just trying to decide on the cake. As it’s autumn, perhaps a plum-nut streusel cake would be appropriate. All are welcome, whether performing or not.
This concert will be held at Charlbury Memorial Hall which has a very lovely, recently installed Grotrian Steinveg grand piano. The Hall is on Market Street, a one-way street that takes you past the Co-op store on the approach to the Hall. We recommend you turn right just before the Co-op and park in the free car park, which is only 1 minute away from the Hall. There is also parking on the streets of Charlbury but this is quite limited.
Tomorrow’s concert is just for a few nervous players who don’t want an audience! See you at the next concert on July 15th.