Classics at The GoDown, Oct 16 2010 @ GoDown Arts Centre

October 16, 2010 at 12:17 pm Leave a comment

The Conservatoire is privileged to be hosting Mr. Alan Childs (ABRSM examiner), Elizabeth Childs (professional flautist) and Dominic Childs (finalist at the Royal Academy of Music). These musicians will perform with The Conservatoire Orchestra on Saturday 16th October at The GoDown Arts Centre. In addition, we will have Gacigi Kung’u (teacher at The Conservatoire) and Fred Pessa (leader of The Conservatoire Orchestra) performing as soloists.

SATURDAY 16TH OCTOBER 2010: CLASSICS AT THE GODOWN

Programme:
1st Half: Conductor: Alan Childs
·         Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 1 Op 5 – Soloist: Gacigi Kung’u
·         Bach: Concerto in E Major for Violin and Strings BWV 1042 – Soloist: Fred Pessa
·         Donizetti: Concertino for Flute and Chamber Orchestra – Soloist: Elizabeth Childs
2nd Half:
·         Contemporary Music for saxophone choir, flute choir and wind band directed by Dominic Childs

Venue: The GoDown Arts Centre – Dunga Road, off Lusaka Road
Time: 7pm
Charges: Ksh 300 (All Tickets Sold at the Door)
RSVP: 0721 592 887 /0737 227 903 /0726 99 22 00
programmes@conservatoire.co.ke / info@thegodownartscentre.com

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