Dominant Quartet set for return to Seaton

18:30 16 October 2012

Dominant Quartet

Dominant Quartet

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To open SeatonMusic’s season, a top Russian string quartet, which first played in Seaton six years ago, is returning on Thursday, October 25, at 7.30pm.

The programme includes music by Mozart, Rachmaninov, Tchaikovsky and others.

The Dominant Quartet was founded in 1996 and has played extensively in top venues around the world including London, (the Wigmore Hall,) Amsterdam, (the Concertgebouw) and Washington DC (Library of Congress).,

This concert is bound to be very popular so if you are not a member of SeatonMusic you can reserve your tickets (£12.50) at Seaton Town Hall Box Office, by calling them on 01297 625699, but now is the best time to make a saving of £30 over the season by becoming a member – see www.seatonmusic.org for details, or join on the night.

The bar opens at 7 pm.

SeatonMusic is grateful to Beviss and Beckingsale, Solicitors, for their sponsorship of this event.

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