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Bromsgrove church invites music lovers to afternoon concert
2:10pm Friday 31st August 2012 in News
A BROMSGROVE church is inviting music lovers to an afternoon concert this month.
Talented town youngster Charlotte Moseley will be giving a violin recital, accompanied by her father Alastair, at St John’s Church, off Kidderminster Road, at 3pm on Sunday, September 9.
The concert, called An Afternoon of Tea Scones and Music, includes performances of popular pieces by Kreisler, Saint Saens, Dvorak and Elgar.
There will also be audience participation as three slots in the programme will be left open.
Music lovers attending will be able to bid for their favourite piece in Charlotte’s extensive repertoire, with the most popular selections being performed by the violinist.
Charlotte is well-known in Bromsgrove and spent two years at the world-renowned Chetham’s School of Music in Manchester.
Charlotte will be performing the recital before she returns to her studies at the Royal Northern College of Music, where she received a distinction for her first year recital.
Tea, scones, jam and cream will be on offer during the afternoon.
Alastair said: “We are hoping as many people as possible will be able to come and enjoy a very special few hours with us in the wonderful surroundings and acoustic of St John’s Church.”
Tickets are priced at £10 for adults, with accompanied children going free.
Admission price includes a cream tea.
For an extra £2, members of the audience can take part in the bidding process.
All money raised will be donated to support the work of St John's Church.
To purchase or reserve tickets, call Alastair on 01527 870048, or St John’s Parish Office on 01527 878801.