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From London to Las Vegas, Matt Daniel-Baker has thrilled and bemused audiences with his incredible displays of Mind Reading.
He has appeared on numerous TV shows around the world and has entertained some of the most prestigious companies, celebrities and dignitaries.
Finally, Matt has created his own ONE MAN SHOW and is bringing it to a public audience.
You will be seated in an intimate, cabaret style room with a delicious two course Thai curry buffet with drinks*. You will then sit back and enjoy Matt's fast paced, hilarious, Mind Reading show. Thoughts are revealed, predictions made and secret questions answered.
Matt's incredible skills are matched only by his razor sharp wit and observations.
You are guaranteed to have an evening you will NEVER forget!
*maximum two drinks per person
**Show running time 60 minutes
Saturday 31st August, 3pm
Michael Barlow studied music at the universities of Hull and London, and his whole career has been devoted to running school music departments, particularly at Trent College and Hazelwood Prep School. In 2000 he embarked on a freelance career, teaching piano, organ, singing, theory and composition. He conducts the Hurst Green Singers, the Shoreham Singers, is Music Director at Westerham Parish Church, sings in two chamber choirs, and frequently acts as a freelance accompanist, organist and tenor.
The Harrison Sisters' Players present...
A Tribute to Beatrice Harrison
We present a programme of music often played by Beatrice Harrison, including some by composers she knew who dedicated works to her.
Adiran Bradbury (cello)
Adrian read Veterinary Science and Music at Churchill College, Cambridge, before studying at the Royal
Academy of Music and in Berlin. He has since developed an international career in chamber music. He is cello
tutor to the National Youth Orchestra and a Research Fellow at the Royal Academy of Music.
Oliver Davies (piano)
Oliver studied at the Royal College of music where he
won the Tagore Gold Medal as outstanding student of
his year and was, for many years, both a piano
professor and Keeper of the Department of Portraits
and Performance History.
As well as playing in a duo for twenty-five years,
Adrian and Oliver have collaborated on a number of research/concert projects, notably Darwin and Music
in 2009 and Piatti in London in 2011.
Midori Komachi (violin)
Midori has performed as a soloist extensively throughout Europe and Japan. She has appeared in some of the world's most prestigious venues, including Tonhalle Zurich, Tokyo Opera City Hall, Philharmony Warsaw, Wigmore Hall, and the Rector's Palace (Croatia).
John Paul Ekins (Piano)
In great demand as a recitalist, concerto soloist and chamber musician, John Paul Ekins has given performances throughout the UK and Northern Ireland, and overseas in Azerbaijan, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, Kuwait, Norway, Poland, Romania, Spain and Switzerland.
An evening with renowned classical guitarist
"A Journey Through Many Lands"
Born in Kingston upon Thames in 1947, John Mills took up the guitar at the age of nine, being initially self-taught he later studied at the Spanish Guitar Centre in London, then in 1966 going on to full-time study at the Royal College of Music for three years under the professorship of John Williams. In the summer of 1968, having been awarded a grant by the Spanish Government, he travelled to Spain to take part in the famous master-classes given by the legendary Andres Segovia, held in Santiago de Compostela.
Working largely as a soloist during the 1970s and early 1980s, during which time he appeared in a large number of radio programmes for BBC Radio’s 2, 3 & 4., he also recorded several LP albums, as well as performing in over 25 countries.
John Mills continues to perform internationally, as well as giving frequent master-classes, seminars and workshops. As well as teaching and a solo performing career, he also is very active in the field of chamber music with duos consisting of guitar and violin, harpsichord, piano, voice, and of course music for two guitars with his wife Cobie Smit.