Good news for Alderney’s music lovers; the Alderney Chamber Music Festival launches it’s first concert series this year.
The founders of this exciting new event are sibling violinists Louisa and Samuel Staples who regularly visit the island for family holidays and were both students at the renowned Yehudi Menuhin School. Louisa and Samuel have organised three concerts of masterpieces from the chamber music repertoire and will perform alongside some of the world’s best young musicians in the Anne French Room and St. Annes Church on and from the first to the third of September.
An unmissable opportunity to hear some of the musical stars of the future!
‘For a long as we have been visiting Alderney it has been a dream of ours to start a music festival that brings great chamber music to this beautiful island as well as giving a performance platform to some of the worlds best young musicians. 2017 mark the launch of the Alderney chamber music festival and we hope than you can join us for three exciting programs of highlights from the chamber music repertoire, from the joy of Mozart to the drama of Tchaikovsky.’ – Louisa & Samuel Staples, Artistic Directors
Over three days at the beginning of September the festival will host performances by Louisa & Samuel Staples, UK (violin), Bryony Gibson-Cornish, New Zealand (viola), Leonid Plashinov-Johnson, Russic (viola), Nora Braun, Luxembourg (cello), Marcus Elliott Gaved, UK (double bass) & Menachem Rozin, Israel (piano).
Tickets – Adults £12 & Under 18 £5 available from the Visitor Centre, Victoria Street (cash only) or call 0207 228 0074 to pay by card.
For more information please visit www.acmf.co.uk