Opus Theatre are delighted to welcome Hastings’ own outstanding flAutist, Daisy Noton, to her first appearance at the theatre as a solo artist on 10thNovember.

She will be accompanied by the well-known pianist Anne Marshall, who teaches at the Royal Academy of Music. They will be playing a varied programme of works for the flute and piano, from the 18th century to the present day.

Daisy is just 15 but has already had extensive orchestral experience. She was a member of the National Children’s Orchestra for six years, travelling all around the country to play in prestigious concert halls. She has played under the baton of Ed Gardner with the Barbican Young Orchestra, and. is currently a member of the National Youth Orchestra, with whom she played at the BBC Proms in the Royal Albert Hall earlier this year under Sir George Benjamin. Other concerts with the NYO this year included “Unleashed” at the Royal Festival Hall, and performing Bartok’s “Bluebeard’s Castle” at the Barbican with Sir Mark Elder conducting.
Her forthcoming concert at Opus promises to showcase her outstanding technique, musicality and feeling for the beauties of the classical flute repertoire.
Saturday 10th November 7.30pm at Opus Theatre, 24 Cambridge Road Hastings TN34 1DJ.
Tickets only £10 from www.opustheatre.co.uk, Hastings Information Centre, or on the door.

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