VENUE: St Mary Magdalene Church, Munster Square, London NW1 3PT
DATE: Wednesday 29 October 2014
‘DEAR AUNT EVA’ by Lola Perrin
After Christopher Nolan
Dublin writer Christopher Nolan (1965-2009) won Whitbread Prize aged 16. He began writing aged 4 but his cerebral palsy inhibited communication. Aged 11, when given the tools, he began to type out the works he’d been writing and memorising all those years, stunned the world and drew comparisons with James Joyce and Yeats. His first offering was a thank you letter to his Aunt Eva. Come hear Lola Perrin’s homage to Nolan for string quartet and saxophone performed by talented teenagers from Bromley Youth Music Trust, with readings about his life, and extracts from his works read aloud by a Narrator.
ALSO ON THE PROGRAMME: LOLA PERRIN MUSIC FOR SOLO PIANO AND PIANO 4-HANDS
PERFORMED BY LOLA PERRIN AND IVORY DUO PIANO ENSEMBLE
Markson Pianos Concert Series
St Mary Magdalene Church, Munster Square, London NW1 3PT
Nearest tube: Warren Street
Tickets on the door: £6. Concessions £3. Students free entry.
Enquiries: Markson Pianos 020 7935 8682