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As those of you who came to hear Northern Reeds on 18th February, we were treated to a wonderful concert, there was a great atmosphere and it was great to see so many people in the church.  The quintet were so happy to be with us and very much appreciated the warm welcome.

We are now we are very much looking forward to 18th March and our next concert.

Off Piste are a clarinet and ‘cello duo who wowed audiences at the Royal Northern College of Music when they first came together playing a blend of classical, jazz and folk-inspired pieces.  It is the kind of cross-school collaboration which the Chamber Music Department does so well and the product of students from different departments and different countries working together.

There is a poster for this concert attached to this post.  Do please feel free to print and display a poster or share with friends you think might like to come.

We look forward to seeing you.

Christine, Cathy and Steve

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