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Beethoven For Breakfast (ROSL Arts)

By | Published on Thursday 25 August 2011

The ROSL has a great history of championing young musicians the world over, bringing them to the rapt ears of their members, and then serving a spot of tea. The first performance in the series featured powerful music played with faultless ease, and which, in the absence of a conductor, let us feel connected both to the musicians themselves and to the music. Though dressed well, we’re very aware of being in a hotel suite rather than a concert hall, since a few initial shuffles stunted the beginning. Nevertheless, the ROSL’s concerts throughout the day will not fail to impress, and with only limited tickets available, it’s worth getting in fast before the tea’s all gone.

Royal Over-Seas League – Overseas House, 16, 18, 23, 25 Aug, 9.30am (10.30am), £10.00 – £12.00, fpp196.
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