Tring Team Parish is delighted to host the Piano and More concert series, which takes place in the beautiful setting of its mediaeval church in the centre of Tring. The concerts are part of the parish’s wider engagement with the town and its surrounding villages and members of the congregation give very active support. The hour-
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Sunday 10th December
3pm at Tring Parish Church
It’s December again, and time for musicians of all ages from families around the parish to step forward for the Piano & More annual Advent concert. There will be the usual solos and small group numbers, but this year also sees the gathering for the first time of the ‘Tring Advent Musicians’ to play Corelli’s lovely Christmas Concerto and music from ‘The Snowman’. The concert will finish in style with a welcome return of Tring Music Partnership’s ‘Phoenix Jazz Band. Don’t miss it! For the full programme click here.
The monthly concerts are being talked about around the district …….The concerts are brilliant. Pam Russell, Tring resident and regular supporter of the Piano & More series.
The Icknield Ensemble were spot on together under the eye of Leon Bosch and opened with a soft melody as an introduction for Helen Godbolt (cello soloist in Tchaikovsky’s Variations on a rococo theme). Wow! When she played it was like rich dark chocolate, silky smooth and yet reaching into your soul. If you have ever enjoyed a sniff of a rich full red wine and felt the tingle up the back of your neck -
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[The Piano and More series has] created a really tremendous forum with these concerts. Tring is much the richer for it. David Moore, conductor of Chiltern Sinfonietta.
Playing in the spiritual space of the church, with its beautiful acoustic and lovely piano, gave us back the feeling of what life really means, not only to us as musicians but also as human beings." Kathron Sturrock, piano professor at the Royal Academy of Music, and regular performer at the series, writing in Comment magazine.