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Queries, group & access bookings: 0333 130 0967
Phones 2-4pm | Counter sales 1-2.30pm
Monday to Friday and one hour before each concert

Lunchtime Concerts

  • Tuesday 1 October, 1.30pm
  • Carole Nash Hall
  • Free

Performers

ROMBERG Sonata in E minor, Op. 38, No. 1
i Allegro non troppo

Ryan H'ng cello
Gemma Webster piano

*****

CASALS Solo Suite in D minor
Prelude
Finale

Jaume Ferrer Moreno cello

*****

STEVENSON Ghanaian Folk Song Suite
i Song of Valour
ii Consolation
iii Leopard Dance

Barra Flyting Toccata


Edward Harris-Brown piano

*****

FASCH Sonata in C major for bassoon and piano
i Largo
ii Allegro

Elsa Cao bassoon
Gemma Webster piano

*****

Take time out and enjoy free lunchtime recitals by students from Chetham’s School of Music in the Carole Nash Hall. Chetham’s School of Music lunchtime concerts profile individual students as they perform with accompanists.

The musical programme is varied and covers a range of instruments, and provides an invaluable performance platform that is free and open to all.

Performers and repertoire will be announced approximately one week before the event.

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