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Mar 172016

Julia Desbruslais is once again partnered by her son Tim Posner in a new programme of music for two ‘cellos. There are two chances to catch them, so why not come to both!
Tuesday 22 March at 7.30p.m. in Whitgift House Chapel, South Croydon
Wednesday 23 March at 2.30p.m. in St Mark’s Church Room, Bromley
Non-subscription holders: £10 entry
The friendly, informal atmosphere at these events allows everyone to chat to the musicians, especially during the intervals. We run a donations bar on Tuesday evening with wine, soft drinks and nibbles, and we sell afternoon tea with home-made cakes on Wednesday afternoons. All proceeds go towards sustaining these professional lecture-recitals.
Julia Desbruslais is Co-Principal Cello of the London Mozart Players and recently became the orchestra’s Executive Director. Her son Tim Posner began his cello studies with his mum at the age of seven, and he is currently a pupil of Leonid Gorokhov at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Hannover.

Information: Margaret Archibald (who will also play the keyboard for Julia and Tim) tel: 020 8464 1645; mob: 07970 123105; email: margaret@everyone-matters.co.uk

Our Spring series of Musical Offerings at St Mark’s Bromley continues:

Wednesday 27 April 2016:   Margaret Archibald and John Flinders “Romance and the Romantics” – Passionate Music for Clarinet and Piano

Wednesday 25 May 2016: Jorge Jimenez “Contrapunctus” – Polyphony for Solo Violin