Tuba duo will span 15,000 years

By Tim Clarke Thursday 22 November 2012 Updated: 23/11 15:53

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MUSIC spanning more than 15,000 years and every corner of the globe will be brought to life by a talented duo next month.

Worcester Concert Club will welcome Travelling by Tuba featuring Chris Cranham and Stewart Death to Huntingdon Hall on Sunday, December 2.

They will present music covering the very first natural instruments such as a conch shell, Australian didjeridoo and Viking horn, through to sackbuts and cornetts from medieval Europe and finishing with modern day brass instruments.

The pair can play a huge array of instruments and there will be plenty of interactive fun for families to enjoy with a children's workshop from 12pm to 1pm.

They will then perform a concert at 3pm including works by Brahms, Handel, Mozart, Jerome Kern and many more.

Entry to the workshop is free for children and £5 for adults with the concert costing £15 adults, £5 for students.

Tickets for the workshop and concert can be booked through the box office on 01905 611427.

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