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Music to your ears: new Concert Diary now online!
The new Concert Diary for the Autumn term has now gone on-line, with details of all the musical events and activities coming up
The Lunchtime Concert series continues, as we welcome musicians from Total Brass, sitarist Jonathan Mayer, and close-harmony group Sector7 in concerts throughout the term.
University Music Scholars will be giving an informal lunchtime concert in the first week of November - an exciting moment, as it will be the first public performance in the brand new Colyer-Fergusson music building as we try out its wonderful new concert-hall! We'll also be gathering to raise money for Children in Need again this year; come and be part of a whacky world premiere with a difference, written by Dan Harding - all you will need is a donation and your mobile-phone, complete with three different ring-tones
The world-famous Brodsky Quartet continue their fortieth-birthday celebrations in inimitable style, as they bring their 'Wheel of Four Tunes' to the Colyer-Fergusson hall. Armed with an array of forty pieces from their hugely eclectic repertoire, the pieces in this concert will be decided by the spin of a wheel in what promises to be a unique event.
Finally, the term comes to a grand finale with the inaugural Gala Concert, with the combined ranks of the Chorus, Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Choir, Concert Band and Big Band, in a spectacular evening celebrating the formal opening of the new Colyer-Fergusson music building, complete with two new works especially written for the occasion.
Visit http://kent.ac.uk/music/whatson.html for all the details.
Story published at 12:11pm 20 September 2012
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