Ensemble to perform with top soloist

By Tim Clarke 23/03 Updated: 27/03 12:24

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SPECIAL guest Evelyn Tubb will join The Corelli Ensemble for a performance organised by Worcester Concert Club at Huntingdon Hall on Sunday (March 25).

The Cheltenham-based ensemble, which was founded by Warwick Cole, will be performing music from the 18th Century including works by Leclair, Rameau, Handel and J.C. Bach.

Mrs Tubb, who is one of the world’s greatest early music specialists, sang with the Consort of Musicke and now teaches and presents master classes throughout the world. She will be singing in Chloe’s Dream, written by a Gloucester born composer of the 18th Century, William Hayes.

Tickets cost £15 adults, £5 students and are available from the Box Office on 01905 611427.

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