Music, planet and pockets: Classical music on your doorstep – February 18th, 3pm.

A rare opportunity to hear the well known mezzo-soprano Louise Winter and pianist William Hancox perform locally at St Mary The Virgin, Battle on February 18th at 15:00

The concert:

Composers have always imitated, studied, fallen in love with, and sometimes loathed each other. Louise Winter and pianist William Hancox explore these relationships and tensions both in the songs of French and German late romantics and in the golden age of 20th century English song. They illustrate their theme from a fabulous diversity of composers including Clara Schumann, Brahms, Liszt, Wolf, Duparc, Bridge, Berg, Muriel Herbert, Rebecca Clarke, Vaughan Williams, Britten and Madeleine Dring.

Presented by:
Music Box Wealden is a new venture which promotes an exciting programme of concerts all over the Wealden area. We provide a varied programme of classical music to all kinds of venues, with many performers drawn from the wide pool of talented professional musicians who live locally.  Localism and sustainability are central to the Music Box vision. At a time when travelling impacts both the planet and pockets, it makes sense to bring music into the heart of communities as part of the shift towards strong, circular local economies.

Date: Sunday 18th February at 3pm

Address: St Mary The Virgin Upper Lake Battle TN33 0AN

Tickets £12 adults, under 18s free available from the website and at the door.

Website: https://musicboxwealden.co.uk/concert/c015-connections-conflict-comfort/