For the past couple of years, we’ve been working to take classical music even further from the traditional concert halls of old and into some rather interesting venues, like the waiting room at Tiverton Parkway railway station down in Devon.
And this year is certainly no exception, as we’re returning to the train station once again to put on a series of concerts during September and October, taking place between the 11.38 and 12.09 trains.
On September 12th, cellist Rebecca McNaught – one of the Two Moors Festival Young Musicians Platform Competition winners of 2014 – will be playing Bach and Minsky.
On September 19th, cellist Willard Carter – another of our competition winners – will be playing Bach, while on September 26th violinist Tansy Bennett will be playing Paganini.
On October 3rd, cornet player Andy Wingham – also a Two Moors Festival competition winner – will be playing Morrison and on October 10th harpist Elizabeth Scorer will be back with even more Bach.
Entry is free and no ticket is required – just make sure you’re in the waiting room at the right time on the right day to hear some beautiful music-making.
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