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George Malcolm Memorial Series - at The Grange Restaurant

George Malcolm Memorial Series - at The Grange Restaurant

Sat 29th April 2017 | Free with retiring collection

Saturday 29th April 2017
19:30: Harpsichord recital - RICHARD LESTER Harpsichord
THE GOLDBERG VARIATIONS by Johann Sebastian Bach
Entry FREE (with retiring collection)

18:00: Pre-concert dinner
(2 course-fine-dining meal) £17.95

This recital series celebrates the 100th anniversary of one of the greatest harpsichordists of all time; George Malcolm (1917-1980). As one of Malcolm’s few pupils, Richard Lester celebrates the centenary year on one of the Goble harpsichords that Malcolm regularly played in his performances.

Dinner: £17.95
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