Following on from this year’s Two Moors Festival main two-week event in October, the festival is holding a fundraising recital to help boost the charity’s finances ahead of next year’s programme (which is due to take place between October 16th and 25th), with drinks, canapes and music provided by the wonderful Busch Ensemble.
The concert is in aid of the festival’s Residency Project, which offers musicians at any stage of their career the opportunity to rehearse completely undisturbed in the beautiful surroundings of the Devon countryside at Barkham, the festival headquarters – which, aside from amazing views and lots of peace and quiet, boasts a studio with unrivalled acoustics and a Bosendorfer Imperial Grand.
The recital – taking place on January 21st next year – will be put on in the London home of Bob Boas, who is passionate about the arts and music. Following the death of his son, Bob set up a trust to help young musicians just starting out, with concerts taking place at his home raising funds for the Nicholas Boas Charitable Trust first and outside organisations second.
Tickets for the January 21st event cost £25 and tickets can be booked by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or over the phone on 020 7436 0344.
If you’re unable to make it to the concert but would like to make a donation to the Festival, please make cheques payable to The Two Moors Festival and send them to:
Barkham, Sandyway, South Molton, North Devon, EX36 3LU