Maulds Meaburn Village Institute
The Phoenix String Orchestra
‘Music for a Summer Evening’
Saturday, 17th May
Tickets in advance: £10-00; £5-00 for 5-11 year olds
Please ring Jane Owen: 01931 715 570
Alex Barbour: 01931 716 001
Proceeds will go to St. Lawence Church and Crosby Ravensworth and Maulds Meaburn Village Institute.
Pimms, soft drinks and nibbles are included in the ticket price and will be available during the interval.
Phoenix Strings was established on the Fylde coast in 2007, they will play light classical music and popular favourites.The Orchestra is proud to support charities, local initiatives and good causes. John Foster,musical director and conductor, is known both as a performer and teacher throughout Britain and the USA.
For more information: www. phoenixstrings.com
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