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Friday Lunchtime Concerts 21-22

Friday Lunchtime Concerts 21-22

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  • Date 28 Jan 2022
  • Time 1.05pm - 2.00pm
  • Category Music and performance

Pocket Concert Series

Join us for our weekly Friday Pocket Concert showcasing the very best of our music students at the Department of Music. Our performers will be accompanied by College tutor and Visiting Lecturer in Performance, Matthew Stanley.

This event will feature the following performers:

  • Alexander Oliver Piano
  • Pablo Randriamaro Piano
  • Joshua Nayagam Voice
  • Hector Fiennes Voice

Covid-19 Policy

To ensure the safety of you and others, we have implemented the following steps for all of our International Concert Series events:

  • Booking is essential for all International Concert Series events, as numbers will be capped to enable sufficient spacing in our venues. There will be no tickets available on the door.
  • We ask that our audience continue to socially distance and wear a mask at all times. 
  • Entry to our events is dependent on evidence of double vaccination or a negative lateral flow test within 24-hours of the concert start time. 
  • We regret that we cannot provide refreshments at this time.
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Student playing the piano in the Picture Gallery

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