Prize-winning violinist to perform at Malmesbury Abbey

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POPULAR orchestra returns to Malmesbury Abbey with ‘Romantic Favourites’ this Saturday, March 30 with Wessex Concert Orchestra.

The concert features prize-winning violinist Eloisa-Fleur Thom, replacing the billed soloist. She will be performing the Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto.

Eloisa-Fleur studied at the Royal Academy of Music with violinist Maurice Hasson. During her time at the Academy she was awarded numerous prestigious prizes

Prizes.

Highlights of her career so far include performing J.S Bach’s Concerto in D minor for two violins with the celebrated violinist Maxim Vengerov. Eliosa is artistic director and leader of the 12 ensemble, London’s un-conducted string orchestra, whose debut album ‘Resurrection’ has received critical acclaim.

The concert also includes the Peter Schmoll Overture by Weber and concludes with the Tchaikovsky’s jubilant 5th Symphony.

7.30pm

Tickets £12 (£10 concessions and £5 under 16) from Malmesbury Abbey Bookshop, Michaels’ of Malmesbury or wco.org.uk.

Prize-winning violinist to perform at Abbey

Eloisa-Fleur Thom, prize-winning violinist, is to perform in Wessex Concert Orchestra’s Spring Concert in Malmesbury Abbey on Saturday 30th March at 7.30pm.

She is replacing the billed soloist and will be performing the Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto.

Eloisa-Fleur studied at the Royal Academy of Music with violinist Maurice Hasson. During her time at the Academy she was awarded numerous prestigious prizes

Prizes. Highlights of her career so far include performing J.S Bach’s Concerto in D minor for two violins with the celebrated violinist Maxim Vengerov. Eliosa is Artistic Director and Leader of the 12 ensemble, London’s un-conducted string orchestra, whose debut album ‘Resurrection’ has received critical acclaim

This promises to be a thrilling performance as part of the orchestra’s concert that also includes Tchaikovsky’s 5th Symphony.

Tickets available at £12 (£10 concessions and £5 under 16)

from Malmesbury Abbey Bookshop, Michaels’ of Malmesbury or www.wco.org.uk.

But book early in order not to be disappointed.

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