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MUSIC SOCIETY COCKERMOUTH


United Reformed Church, Main Street 7.30pm, Tuesday, 17th October


Anna Tsybuleva (piano)


Music by J S Bach, Schumann, Rameau, Debussy Tickets


Members £14.00 Non-Members £17.00 Accompanied children FREE


Unaccompanied and students under 25 half-price


Tickets from Billy Bowman’s Music Shop, Lowther Went www.cockermouth-music-society.org.uk


www.facebook.com/cockermouth.music.society Follow CockermouthMusicSoc on Twitter


Registered charity 1037505


In June 2015, Anna Tsybuleva won 1st Prize at the prestigious Leeds International Piano Competition, leading to many important engagements both in the UK and internationally. She triumphed in the hard-fought finals, playing Brahms' 2nd Piano Concerto with the Hallé Orchestra conducted by Mark Elder. It is a great pleasure to be able to welcome her to Cockermouth.


The main competition takes place every three years. Entries for the 19th competition in 2018 opened on 1st July and will close on 2nd October this year. The finals are held in the city of Leeds, with first rounds taking place in New York, Berlin and Singapore.


Fanny Waterman started the competition in 1963. Dame Fanny, as she is now known, retired from the Competition in 2015, paving the way for the new artistic leadership of Paul Lewis CBE and Adam Gatehouse to reimagine the Competition for a new generation of pianists, audiences and participants.


The finals of the 2018 Competition take place in Leeds between 6th and 15th September 2018. Alongside, there are a range of talks, masterclasses, screenings and additional events to make the Competition a truly festive occasion. In the lead-up, there will be the first Leeds Piano Festivals in May 2018, at London’s Wigmore Hall and Leeds’ Howard Assembly Room, with three of the Leed’s most notable alumni performing.


Further information here http://www.leedspiano.com/2018-competition/ STOOSHIE BACK


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Stooshie have become a regular event at Threlkeld Village Hall and no wonder, given their growing following and fantastic music! Band members, Simon O’Hare, Dave Muir, Rachel Swift and Pete Leeson are all local, fast gaining a reputation in Cumbria and beyond, having played at all the major festivals.


So, for a great evening of folk with a modern twist, get your ticket for the Stooshie event at Threlkeld Village Hall on 13th October at 8.00pm!


Tickets cost £8.00 (£4.00 for U18s), from Threlkeld PO, Village Hall Coffee


Shop and online www.threlkeldvillagehall.org/whats-on


Tickets may also be available on the door but early booking is advisable. The bar and box office open at 7.15pm. Box Office enquiries 07733 790 308 Barbara Lowesmith, Threlkeld Activities Association


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