Michael Brewer has sent me details of some forthcoming concerts featuring some of the artists he manages:
The ‘cello and piano partnership of Worcester resident Richard Jenkinson and Benjamin Frith are giving a concert including works by Saint Saëns, Britten, Worcester composer Ian Venables and Beethoven on Friday 4 March at 8.00pm
English Music Festival
The Jenkinson Frith Duo is included again this year in the English Music Festival with a programme of music by Ian Venables, Ivor Gurney, Frederick Delius, Ledbury composer John Frith, no relation of Benjamin Frith, William Alwyn and William Hurlstone on Sunday 29 May, 2.15 pm at The Silk Hall, Radley College
Worcester Concert Club
Odysseus Piano Trio are engaged to play a programme of trios by Mozart, Fauré and Dvořák’s ever popular Dumki Trio at 3.00 pm on Sunday 6 November in the Huntingdon Hall Worcester. This is a return to the club by pianist Clare Hammond who was acclaimed for her solo recital there in a recent season and has been featured in the film “The Lady in the Van” playing the younger version of the character played by Dame Maggie Smith.
Who are the featured performers in the upcoming concert on Friday, March 4th at 8:00 PM? Which composers' works will be included in their repertoire? Additionally, is there any significance to the inclusion of works by Worcester composer Ian Venables in the concert program?
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