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Classical Cafe season continues at new venue

ByDave Stopher

Oct 16, 2016

 

The Classical Café is now in its fifth year, presenting classical music in relaxed, informal surroundings and featuring local young classical musicians.

Due to the ongoing refurbishment of Middlesbrough Town Hall, this season’s concerts are being held at the Python Gallery in Gosford Street, Middlesbrough.

Next up is 15-year-old singer Charlotte Potter on Sunday, October 16. The 15-year-old attends Laurence Jackson School in Guisborough, studies singing with Miranda Francis in Norton and is preparing to take Grade 8 this autumn.

Charlotte also receives monthly lessons with the English National Opera as well as being mentored by Kevin Thraves, Head of Staff in the Opera and Vocal Studies Department at the Royal Northern College of Music.

Charlotte plays cornet with the Silverwood Band and is a member of Tees Valley Youth Choir and the Tees Valley Chamber Choir and has performed in venues including Birmingham’s Symphony Hall, The Sage and at Wynyard Hall.

Charlotte has been a member of the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain since 2013/14, and successfully progressed into the Training Choir last year, performing at The Royal Albert Hall in April.
Charlotte has also been offered a place for the Samling Academy 2016/17.

  • Classical Café, Sunday, October 16

Python Gallery, Royal Middlehaven House, Gosford Street, Middlesbrough, TS2 1BB

Doors open 2.15pm for refreshments, concert starts 3pm, finish 4pm

Tickets: £3, under 12s free. Available on the door or from www.middlesbroughtownhallonline.co.uk (please note ticket pick-up is from Middlesbrough Theatre not Town Hall)

Delicious homemade cakes and refreshments are available before each concert.

Further information the Classical Café series is available from Middlesbrough Town Hall Box Office on 01642 729 729 or online at www.middlesbroughtownhallonline.co.uk