27th January 2006
YOUNG MUSICIANS TO GET EXPERT TUITION
Young musicians in
The Haffner Wind Ensemble which is renowned for its education work with young people will be taking time out from its busy schedule to host a day of wind workshops at the Lincoln Drill Hall on Monday 6th February.
This will follow on from their performance at the Drill Hall
on Sunday 5th February which has been organised as part of the
This marks a
return visit for the established musicians who are regularly
heard on BBC Radio 3 and have toured extensively throughout the
The Haffner Wind Ensemble draws on players who
are key figures in
Although the group is based on the standard wind quintet of flute, oboe, clarinet, horn and bassoon, it is able to extend to sixteen players to encompass the major repertoire for wind as well as that for wind and piano.
The Haffner Wind Ensembleís performances are noted for the colourful yet carefully blended sound which has become its hallmark, for the interesting and diverse programmes and the spoken introductions which prove so popular with audiences around the world.
During the concert the group will play works by Krommer, Mozart and Gounod.
To book a ticket for the concert, which starts at 3.30pm on Sunday 5th February with a pre-concert talk, please call the Lincoln Drill Hall Box Office on 01522 873894.
For more information contact:
Kate Strawson, Press Officer
(01522) 886244 Visit our news web pages:††† www.lincoln.ac.uk/news/latestnews.htm