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Two Rivers Festival At Birkenhead School December 1, 2008

Posted by liverpoolchamber in Culture, Events.
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natali-cleinThe Two Rivers Festival is an initiative devised by Andrew Thomson and Peter Davison to create a new festival of music and the arts in Wirral.

The aim is to use many of the beautiful buildings and locations on Wirral for arts events to draw attention to the heritage of the area. Wirral is a place of passage, a gateway to the sea and the Celtic lands. It is a landscape located between two great rivers, the Mersey and the Dee, steeped in history and surrounded by many natural wonders. The Two Rivers Festival will celebrate the arts in one of the least known but attractive environments in Britain.

Performances include:

Jonathan Small, oboe, Ian Buckle, piano
Entente Cordiale
English and French music
of the 20 and 21C
Friday 6 February at 7.30pm

Natalie Cleinn, cello
Meditative Moments
Music by Bach and Kodaly
Tuesday 17 March at 7.30pm

Noriko Ogawa, piano
Music by Mozart, Debussy
Takemitsu, Greig and Chopin
Friday 24 April at 7.30pm

Ticket Prices
Per concert £15.00 (full)  £7.50 (U21)

Subscribe to all three £40.00 (full) or £20.00 (U21)
(Subscription offer applies until 6 February 2009) NB All seating is unreserved

How to book

By post
Please return the attached form with a sae to:
Mr. M. Hudson,
Birkenhead School,
58 Beresford Rd,
CH43 2JD

By telephone
Call (0151) 651 3095 during school office hours. Major credit cards will be accepted. A booking fee of £2.00 per transaction will be charged.

Purchase tickets on the night
Tickets may also be purchased by cash or cheque on the door, but seat-availability cannot be guaranteed in the event of a sell-out performance. Credit cards cannot be accepted.



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