Bradley Creswick and Margaret Fingerhut, both renowned musicians in their own right, last performed for the Society in September 2019 with a programme of French masterpieces and a wonderful performance of Vaughan Williams’ Lark Ascending.
Bradley was born in West Sussex and had violin lessons at school in Chichester and later at the Royal College of Music. He has recently been made Leader Emeritus of Royal Northern Sinfonia.
Margaret Fingerhut has a distinguished career which has taken her all over the world. She is particularly known for her innovative recital programmes in which she explores the highways and byways of the piano repertoire.
The musicians had a very friendly association with Chris Coote, former CMS Treasurer, and will dedicate their concert to his memory.