Young musicians at Winchelsea

Freddie Ball and Henry Morley, trumpet; Brendan Connellan, horn; Jodie Mitson, trombone and Jonathan Surridge, tuba

Winchelsea Arts is delighted to welcome once again seven brilliant young musicians from the Royal College of Music Junior Department (RCMJD) at a concert on Saturday May 18, at 7:30pm in St Thomas’s Church, Winchelsea.

Amber Emson, violin, with
Lasha Utalishvili, piano

The students, a violin and piano duo and a brass quintet, will be showcasing their talent and potential in a wide-ranging concert of music from Handel to Gershwin. The performance will also include “Dark Matter” the winning entry in the second Winchelsea Arts competition held at the RCMJD for a chamber-music composition.

Home to several finalists and winners of BBC Young Musicians of the Year the RCMJD is a renowned centre of musical excellence. Its students performing in Winchelsea will certainly be illustrating this with an evening of exciting and superb music.

Tickets £14 by emailing the box office at More information and details of the 2019 series of concerts are available on the Winchelsea Arts website.

Image Credits: Winchelsea Arts, coutresy of RCM.


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