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Concert 9: Gerard le Feuvre (cello) & Nigel Clayton (piano)

Saturday March 18th 2017, 7.30pm

END OF SEASON CONCERT

”The Poet Virtuoso”

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Gerard le Feuvre. Cello
Nigel Clayton, Piano

Gerard le Feuvre is a distinguished cellist, who has performed in some of the most prestigious of venues around the world. See here for his biography.

“His adaptable and original personality enabled us to offer him engagements as a soloist/presenter in situations in which we could have placed none other of the musicians on our comprehensive list. Not only is Gerard an unusually talented musician, but his special qualities of spirituality, and practicality have combined to make him an ideal example of the musician serving his community as envisaged by Sir Yehudi Menuhin in his “Live Music Now” scheme.”

Sheila Gold – Live Music Now International

Here is Gerard le Feuvre, accompanied by Beverley Killingsworth on harp, playing the Swan from Saint Saens’ “Carnival of the Animals”

Nigel Clayton needs no introduction to members of our club. He has performed frequently with us, and gave a wonderful solo recital in our end-of-season concert last year. He is visiting professor of piano at the North East of Scotland Music School, and was recently appointed Professor of Piano at the Royal College of Music, London.

A welcome return visit by these fine musicians includes music by Beethoven, Schubert and Paganini

United Church of Egham, Egham High Street

PRICES

£11 standard price,

£6 members

£6 student and under 21

Accompanied children under 16 free

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