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Chichester Music Society: Tanya Ursova (piano) & Anna Gorbachyova (soprano)

01/06/2021

I am delighted to confirm that our next event with Anna Gorbachyova-Ogilvie (soprano) and Tanya Ursova (piano) will be going ahead as planned on Wednesday 9th June at 7.30pm.

As previously advised, arrangements have been made to live stream the concert in the University Chapel. The event will take place before a socially distanced audience in line with current UK Government regulations. Current regulations mean that all those intending to come to the concert will need to book in advance. Members will be given priority and should email Elizabeth Brooks (or phone her using the mobile number below) as soon as possible. Friends and visitors may book seats at £15 and payment in advance will be required using direct bank transfer wherever possible. It will not be possible to purchase tickets at the door. Seats may be limited and will be allocated on a ‘first come, first served’ basis.

To reserve seats/purchase tickets please contact:

Elizabeth Brooks (Membership Secretary)
email: elizabeth.stanley617@btinternet.com
Phone: 07973 410407

Once again the livestream will be carried by the University’s in-house system, ‘Chiplayer’. Click on the link below and it will take you straight to the livestream. If you click into the link before the livestream starts you will be taken to the site and it will say “this page will refresh when the webcast starts”. The concert will begin at 7.30 and once you have linked onto the site, no further action is required.

I do hope that you will enjoy this live-streamed event, which will be recorded and be available on ‘chiplayer’ for the following 4 weeks.

Author: Chris Hough
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