Music: Plymouth Music Accord Fundraising Concert
  • Upper Lecture Theatre, Sherwell Centre, Plymouth University

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Mayflower Trio
Pete Twyman B.E.M and Douglas Clarkson clarinets
Mila Collier piano

Mendelssohn Concertpiece No.1 for two clarinets and piano in F minor Op.113
Ponchielli Il Convegno (The Meeting), Divertimento for two clarinets and piano Op.86
Tausche Double Clarinet Concerto No.2 Op.26

Plymouth Music Accord is a registered charity supporting the appreciation and performance of music around Plymouth for the benefit of all and particularly young people.

Activities include funding tickets for schoolchildren, funding instrument tuition, internships enabling budding musicians to perform in orchestras and choirs, and supporting young players to develop their professional careers.


Date: Sat 13 May
Time: 19:00
Venue: Upper Lecture Theatre, Sherwell Centre
Ticket information: £10. Bookings to be made in advance by contacting Clive Jenkins on 01752 863348 or Peter Holt on 01752 873136, or on the door.

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