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Debussy Concert
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

March 13, 2009: RECITAL by ~ Rebecca Hardwick & Emily Owen ST ANDREWS, SAMPFORD COURTENAY 4TH APRIL, 7.30 PM Rebecca Hardwick is from Truro and is currently at York University, studying music. Emily Owen lives in Sampford Courtenay and is an undergraduate at Durham University, also studying music. They are both members of the National Youth Choir of Great Britain and are putting on a small concert series to raise funds for the forthcoming USA Tour in Summer 2009. NYCGB will be touring round the states for a month performing in several music festivals and recording the follow up to Eric Whitacre’s bestselling CD, Cloudburst. The concerts will be a wide-ranging set of music, from Purcell’s ‘Tell Me, Some Pitying Angel’, to a Debussy song cycle and everything in between. Their accompanist is Roger Cleverdon, our accomplished organist and choir master at St. Andrews.Tickets are available on the door at £7.00 (£5 for students) Please come and support us, so we can take part in this amazing opportunity.

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