Ebony, Ivory & A Touch Of Bronze with Corinne Marsh

Saturday 4th March 2017 at 8pm. Doors and Cafe/Bar Opens at 7.15pm

Something different and quite special tonight as multi-instrumentalist Corinne plays classical and modern favourites on piano, oboe, cor anglais and soprano and tenor saxophones.

With a crystal clear Bose L1 sound system as her “accompanist”, expect Liszt, Gershwin, Grieg, Rogers & Hammerstein, Chopin, Lloyd-Webber and more.

ebony, ivory & a touch of bronze Zimbabwean-born musician, Corinne Marsh studied the piano at the Royal Academy of Music, London with Piers Lane, Philip Jenkins and Christopher Elton. She has performed regularly in solo recitals, concertos and chamber music ensembles.

As a pianist, Corinne is currently working on a new project, exploring the world of Vintage and Victorian Parlour music written for the piano in the late 19th and early 20th Centuries. She is planning to present this music to her audiences including a variety of scores in her concert programmes throughout 2017. In particular, she is investigating the music by composers such as Charles Kinkel, Adolphe Baumbach, William Bibby, Charles Auchester and Paul Perrier. A CD recording of this music is planned for 2017.

Corinne Marsh

Corinne Marsh

Having also studied the oboe with Sue Bohling and Nigel Shore at the Academy, Corinne is now in demand working on cruise ships as an multi-instrumental entertainer where she plays the piano, oboe, cor anglais and soprano and tenor saxophones in a variety of music styles which include popular classical favourites, music from films and shows, and jazz standards. In particular, Corinne specialises in performing piano music from the early 20th Century, highlighting the music by composers such as Albert Ketelbey, Eric Coates, Billy Mayerl and Winifred Atwell.

Corinne Marsh official website

Event starts at 8pm on Saturday 4th March 2017

Venue and Cafe/Bar Opens at 7.15pm

Tickets: £10 (£9 UGT Members)

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From Eastbourne Tourist Information or from Oxboffice by telephone on 0845 6801 926

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With regret there is no wheelchair access to the venue. A hearing loop is available.