Stella Scott writes:
What’s better than the sound of the cello?
The sound of two cellos, of course!
Cellists love to get together to play music in groups, the most famous example being the 12 Cellists of the Berlin Philharmonic who perform a huge variety of music and tour all over the world. Hampshire cellists Amanda Berry and Stella Scott will join forces with Stella’s pianist husband, Jonathan, on January 27th for a concert of music for just two cellos. They will play music ranging from Vivaldi to Morricone and Shostakovich – all wonderfully melodious and delightful to listen to!
The concert will take place at 3.00 pm at St Faith’s Church in Havant. Entrance is free but there will be a retiring collection in aid of the Church’s ‘Big Build’ fund which supports the ongoing excellent renovations to the Pallant Centre, St Faith’s community hall complex just up the road from the Church. Amanda, Stella and Jonathan are all members of the Havant Orchestras who enjoy rehearsing at the Pallant Centre on a regular basis. Amanda also performs with Petersfield Orchestra and recently appeared at St Faith’s as one-third of the Kalore Piano Trio.
Their message to music fans: “We’re very excited to be playing such gorgeous music together, and do hope people will come along to hear something a little bit different!”