Family affair for musicians at St Mary's Lunchtime Concert
A MOTHER and daughter will provide the music for the next Lunchtime Concert in St Mary s Church, Saffron Walden. The family affair will include music for flute, piano and trumpet. Seventeen-year-old Emma, a pupil of Saffron Walden County High School, stud
A MOTHER and daughter will provide the music for the next Lunchtime Concert in St Mary's Church, Saffron Walden.
The family affair will include music for flute, piano and trumpet.
Seventeen-year-old Emma, a pupil of Saffron Walden County High School, studies the trumpet with Andrew Malcolm and passed grade eight at the age of 14. She is a member of St Mary's brass ensemble and a former head chorister.
At school she is a member of the orchestra, jazz band and concert band.
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Emma has passed grade eight on the piano with distinction and also plays the flute, clarinet and saxophone.
Wendy was, until recently, a peripatetic piano and flute teacher, but now teaches privately. She has accompanied many choirs and soloists throughout Essex and Cambridgeshire and plays the flute in a number of ensembles.
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The Lunchtime Concert takes place on Wednesday July 22 at 1.10pm, with sandwiches available on sale from 12.30pm.