by ANTONY CLAY
A POPULAR music society has revealed who will be performing top quality classical sounds during its 2019/20 season.
Tickhill Music Society has seven concerts running until April.
The concerts will all take place at Tickhill’s St Mary’s Primary School on St Mary’s Road, except for the opening concert which will be at St Mary’s Church. They all start at 7pm.
The first concert is on September 13 when Bel Canto are in concert performing Handel, Mozart, Verdi, Karl Jenkins, Howard Goodall, John Rutter and melodies of stage and screen. The conductor will be Robert Webb.
On October 18, Lithuanian pianist Ugnius Pauliukonis will perform works by Haydn, Chopin and Debussy and on November 8 Tessa Seymour (cello) and Joseph Haviat (piano) will perform works by Debussy, Shostakovich and Brahms.
December 13 sees Change for two Tenors and February 7 will feature the Barcian Quartet playing works by Mozart, Bartok and Schumann.
On March 13, Emma Halnan (flute) and Daniel King-Smith (piano) are in concert and the season ends on April 24 with Rob Burton (saxophone) and Christine Zerafa (piano).
A subscription for seven concerts costs £60 (concessions for those aged 60-plus £55). A subscription for four concerts costs £40. Non-members pay £12 for each event on the door, with accompanied children (under 16) and students (16-19) getting for free.
More information is available by contacting Adrian Hattrell on 07776022713 or visiting http://www.tickhillmusicsociety.org.