Fanfare - a recital for trumpet and piano (15 January)

Fanfare - a recital for trumpet and piano


15 January

1:00pm

Fanfare for St Edmundsbury - Britten

Trumpet Sonata - Torelli

Polonaise and Gigue - Bach

Concerto for Trumpet - Andrew Campling

Trumpet - Rebecca Crawshaw

Piano - Andrew Campling

Rebecca Crawshaw is a graduate of Cambridge University and has a Masters in Performance from the Royal Academy of Music. She freelances with the BBC Concert Orchestra, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Britten Sinfonia, the Philharmonia, English National Opera, English National Ballet and the Ulster Orchestra. She is a keen chamber musician performing regularly with her brass quintet. Rebecca plays regularly in London’s West End and has performed with a number of pop artists including Father John Misty and Lucy Rose.

Andrew Campling is a graduate of Oxford University and has a Masters in Composition from Goldsmiths' College. His music has been performed on BBC Radio and in venues such as St Paul's Cathedral, the Purcell Room and the Royal Albert Hall. He has composed three symphonies, eight concertos and many choral works. He directs the London Docklands Singers, the LSE Choir, Thames Chamber Choir and the Marcel Sinfonia.

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Free entry

Retiring collection in aid of St Paul's Covent Garden

Further information: www.andrewcampling.com

Please be aware that social distancing will be in place during this performance. In brief, here are some of the measures we have taken in accordance with government advice.

- Entrance to the grounds will be via the Bedford Street gates only.

- All booking are per individual who must socially distanced from other parties. 

- pairs and groups will in the performance space will be separated by two meters.

- Where possible, social distancing to be maintained when in queues.

- You will be kindly asked for your temperature to be checked through an infrared thermometer as you arrive to pick up your ticket. If you are over the recommended temperature, or showing Covid symptoms, then you may be asked to leave, with a full refund or ticket voucher offered.

- You have been asked for your details when you purchase your tickets, this is in line with government guidelines to collect data if there is a need to contact people. Upon arrival you may be asked for your personal details, to be kept on record for no more than 21 days.

- To ensure the safety of other audience members and artists, we politely request that you wear a face mask during the event.

- Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the church.

- A three metre distance will be in place between artists and the first row of audience for performances that include singing.

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