Classical stars head to Hitchin with promise of virtuosic show
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A world-class violinist and pianist will be swapping London’s South Bank for a more intimate venue in Hitchin next week.
Violinist Sebastian Müller and pianist Jakob Fichert have performed in some of the world’s most exciting venues – including the Royal Festival Hall and Wigmore Hall in the capital – but will be paying a visit to Hitchin’s Peter Morrison Hall at Benslow Music at 8pm on Monday.
The pair will be playing a programme which includes Debussy’s Sonata, L140, Liszt’s Transcendental Study ‘Harmonies du Soir’, and Franck’s A major Sonata FWV8.
Vicky Carlton from Benslow Music said: “You can be guaranteed an evening of highly stimulating and, indeed, virtuosic performances.”
Standard tickets are £12, while under 25s and carers accompanying a disabled ticket holder go free. A ticket including a two-course pre-concert dinner is £30.
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Call 01462 459446 or visit www.benslowmusic.org to book.
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