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Students from Menhuin school play for Huntingdon

Credit: Photo by courtesy of Peter Downes

Talented musical stars of the future will be playing in Huntingdon this coming Friday.

Talented young musicians from the Menuhin School will be playing pieces by Prokoviev, Beethoven and Brahms at the next Bösendorfer Piano Concert  at the Hinchingbrooke Performing Arts Centre on Friday, January 28th.

The Concert promoter, Peter Downes said: ‘ This concert will give us the opportunity to admire the talents of young people who will be the star performers of the future.’

The Menuhin School, founded by the famous violinist Yehudi Menuhin in Surrey in 1963 to provide a place for musically gifted children from around the world to develop their talents to the highest level within a nurturing and stimulating academic environment, regardless of their economic background. The school is home to 80 pupils drawn from 26 different countries.

Its former pupils include Nigel Kennedy and Nicola Benedetti.

The concert starts at 7.30 p.m. and tickets are available from www.ticketsource/hinchingbrooke.  Tickets are £15 plus a booking fee:  https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/booking/venueplan/RdiEJKhzXNnT