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Burgh House & Hampstead Museum

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Cellist Marianne Tyler Brown returns to Burgh House Hampstead to present uplifting Solo Recitals - COVID19 safety measures in place.

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J.S Bach - Solo Cello Suite in G major BWV1007

J.S Bach -Solo Cello Suite in C major BWV1009

Encores - short movements by Ligeti and Bartok

Recital Performance Time - 45 Minutes

Recital 1: 6.00 pm to 6.45pm (families welcome)

Recital 2: 7.15 pm to 8.00pm

Tickets: £15 per adult £8.00 per child under 1(Recital 1 only) plus booking

Current regulations require audience members to wear masks(adults) and apply social distancing at the venue. Hand sanitiser will be available upon entry. Please do not attend if you are unwell or have been unwell within the last 24 hours. Current ticket guidelines ...for each booking, please only include people from the same household or support bubbles and make separate bookings for people from different households. This event will be rescheduled in the event of cancellation due to COVID19.


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After a year of online concerts and teaching, Marianne is thrilled to be returning to Burgh House in July 2021. Carefully planned with Covid19 safety in mind, each of these two recitals will last 45 minutes without interval.

There is a capacity for 30 audience members only due to social distancing and children are especially welcome in the family performance at 6.00 pm and all welcome at the later 7.15 pm performance .This is a unique opportunity to hear the beautiful sounds of the cello and live classical music once again in a London venue.

Marianne Tyler Brown professional cellist, combines her expertise as performer, alongside her teaching practice and academic research. Marianne studied the cello at The Royal Academy of Music London(Derek Simpson and David Smith) Royal Northern College of Music (Eduardo Vassallo) and Liszt Academy in Budapest, Hungary(Csaba Onczay) and was awarded a Masters in Cultural Management from City University, PGCHE and QTLS. She is currently working towards completing her PhD via the MSc at Birkbeck in Education Power and Social Change specialising in music education and the issues surrounding it especially following this period of Covid19.Having performed with leading orchestras and ensembles including The Halle, Welsh National Opera and Bratislava Chamber orchestra her work has also led to recordings for BBC Radio, Television and ITV. Solo and chamber performances include venues throughout the UK and Europe including St James Piccadilly, Victoria & Albert Museum, Royal Academy of Arts, Burgh House, Lauderdale House, Stanjel, Castle Slovenia and Palace of The Arts in Budapest.

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Burgh House & Hampstead Museum

New End Square

London

NW3 1LT

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Organiser Marianne Tyler Brown

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Marianne Tyler Brown studied the cello (and second study piano) at The Royal Academy of Music, Royal Northern College of Music and Liszt Academy in Budapest, Hungary and was awarded a Masters in Cultural Management at City University. Having performed with leading orchestras and ensembles including The Halle, Welsh National Opera and Bratislava Chamber orchestra, English National Ballet and English Festival Orchestra her work has also led to recordings for BBC Radio, Television and ITV. Solo and chamber performances include venues throughout the UK and Europe including St James Piccadilly, Victoria & Albert Museum, Royal Academy of Arts, Burgh House, Lauderdale House, Stanjel, Castle Slovenia and Palace of The Arts in Budapest. She currently combines her busy teaching practice and being a mum with regular free- lance performances for professional orchestras and solo and chamber recitals throughout London and beyond as well as community music work and University Lectures.


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