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Lunchtime Recital, Bethany Peck & Alec Hone

Lunchtime Recital, Bethany Peck & Alec Hone

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Friday 12 Jul 20191:00pm Book Now (Buy 3 + Lunchtime @ £5 each)

Oundle International Festival presents

Lunchtime Recital

Bethany Peck trombone

Alec Hone piano

Friday 12th July

1 pm Oundle School Chapel

Milton Road, PE8 4AB


£6.50 (Buy tickets to 3 or more Lunchtime Recitals for only £5 each)

Born into a musical family, it was almost inevitable that Bethany Peck would pursue music studies. After Oundle School, she is now a student at the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama and is also Principal Trombone of the City of Cardiff Championship Brass Band.                      

Bethany’s programme will include Weber’s Romance and the Sonatine by Jacques Castérède. Be prepared to be blown away!

Performance ends at approximately 1.45pm

Supported by Kate Wishart

The Big Bach Project, James McVinnie, piano

The Big Bach Project, James McVinnie, piano

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Friday 12 Jul 20197:30pm Book Now

Oundle International Festival presents

The Big Bach Project

James McVinnie piano

Friday, 12th July

7.30pm Oundle School Chapel

Milton Road, PE8 4AB

Tickets: £16 adult / £6 U17

James McVinnie is a rare creature in that he is both an organist and a concert pianist of international reputation. He has been a regular tutor on Oundle for Organists, and enjoys a career which takes him to the world’s greatest concert halls. This year we present him as pianist as he embarks on an ambitious five-year project to play all the keyboard works of Johann Sebastian Bach.

Launching his Big Bach Project at the 2019 Festival, he begins this amazing undertaking with the Prelude & Fugue in B minor BWV 869 which closes book one of the Well-tempered Clavier, as well as the French Suite No 5 and the French Overture in B Minor BWV 831.

Performance ends at approximately 9.30pm