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Royal College of Music to perform in Beckenham

PUBLISHED: 16:14 09 December 2014 | UPDATED: 16:14 09 December 2014

The Royal College of Music are visiting Beckenham

The Royal College of Music are visiting Beckenham

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The talented young musicians will perform an orchestral concert which includes work by Schubert and Strauss

Young musicians from London’s prestigious Royal College of Music (RCM) will be visiting Beckenham to perform a captivating orchestral concert on December 11.

Schubert’s popular Unfinished Symphony will form the centrepiece of the performance which also includes the Rosenkavalier Suite by Richard Strauss whose 150th anniversary is being celebrated this year. Japanese composer Keiko Abe’s Prism Rhapsody will also be performed by the talented RCM marimba soloist Humphrey Leung.

The Royal College of Music is one of the world’s great conservatoires, training gifted musicians from all over the world. This is a rare chance to hear its Philharmonic orchestra performing outside central London.

Audience members of all ages are encouraged to come along and enjoy the concert, and there is a free ticket offer for those under the age of 19.

The concert takes place at 7.30pm on Thursday 11 December at Langley Park Centre for the Performing Arts, South Eden Park Road, Beckenham BR3 3BP. Tickets cost £8. They can be bought by calling the Box Office on 020 8591 4314 or visiting www.rcm.ac.uk/langleypark They can also be bought on the door.

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