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Loddon Ensemble

Dan Cornford, local professional musician, has been performing a variety of music combinations for the Wooburn Festival since 2015.  Following on from previous enthusiastically received Piano Quartets and Duos.  This year Dan will be leading a clarinet quintet performing well known works by Weber and Mozart.

Friday 28th September 2018 at 8:00pm

St. Paul's Parish Church, Wooburn, HP10 0PW

Tickets £18, £12 restricted view, student £6 restricted view

John Carnac (Clarinet), Daniel Cornford (viola),  Cormac Browne (Violin), Rosie Wainwright (Violin), Bozidar Vukotic (Cello).

The Loddon Ensemble was formed in the summer of 2015 and comprises a core group of professional musicians whose musical relationships stem from friendships forged at the Royal Northern College of music in the mid 1980's. Their careers include many years with orchestras such as the London Philharmonic, Royal Philharmonic and the Royal Opera House.  They have always had a keen and mutual passion for chamber music and the decision to form the Loddon Piano Quartet crystallised when they were invited to appear as guest artists for the 2015 Battle Festival.


Programme

*You are invited to visit the Visual Arts Exhibition where wine and soft drinks will be available.   You are also welcome to visit the exhibition before the concert (from 7:00pm)

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