Sunday 17th December 2017 at 2.45pm. Venue and coffee bar open at 2.15pm.
The Under Ground Theatre is delighted to welcome back for the third time the outstanding Camilli String Quartet consisting of Erin Smith and Nandita Bhatia (violins), Elin Parry (viola) and Olivia Clayton (cello).
They promise an inspiring afternoon programme.
Formed in 2013 whilst studying at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, the Camilli String Quartet performs recitals and at events across the country. Having received coaching and performed in masterclasses with internationally renowned musicians including cellist Naomi Butterworth, violist Rivka Golani, the Wihan Quartet and the Carducci Quartet, the Camilli Quartet are currently on the Richard Carne Chamber Mentorship Programme at Trinity Laban, where they also recently won the Trinity Laban John Barbirolli String Quartet Competition 2015.
Both of the violins in the quartet are made by English maker Roger Hansell, the viola is by Masa Inokuchi and the cello is a Joseph Hill generously loaned to Olivia by the Benslow Instrument Loan Scheme.
The quartet currently hold individual scholarships at Trinity Laban. They have performed at venues around the UK including Kensington Palace, the Old Royal Naval College Chapel, Farnham Maltings, Opening of the Madhurst Arts Festival, Benslow Music Trust and the Wigmore Hall. The Quartet recently toured Scotland in October 2015, performing in Aberdeen, Elgin and Blair Atholl.
It may be winter, but you are always guaranteed a very warm welcome at the Under Ground Theatre, so do come along for what promises to be a most enjoyable afternoon.
Sunday 17th December 2017 at 2.45pm at the Under Ground Theatre.
Tea and coffee bar from 2.15 pm.
Tickets: £10 (UGT members £9; students £5)
at the UGT on Fridays and Saturdays 10am – 4pm,
or whenever the theatre is open,
or from Eastbourne Tourist Information
or from Online Ticket Seller by telephone on 0800 772 3321
or, if still available, on the door.
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