Wrexham Symphony Orchestra


Our Next Concert

Saturday 22nd November 2014, 7:30pm

William Aston Hall, Wrexham

Brahms Violin Concerto

Mozart: Overture "The Magic Flute"

Brahms: Violin Concerto

Brahms: Symphony No. 3

Conductor: Nic Fallowfield, Leader: Mark Lansom, Soloist: Tom Bowes

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Today's featured performer is Keith Dawber.

Keith Dawber (Violin 1969, conductor 1970-1979)

Keith Dawber began studying the violin at the age of seven and continued his studies at what is now the Royal Northern College of Music. His tutors included Leonard Hirsch and Maurice Clare. In his final year of study, he was awarded the Leonard Hirsch string prize.

After college, Keith was appointed as the first peripatetic teacher for the county of Clwyd and was responsible for teaching strings in the Wrexham area.

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