On Thursday 17th September, Dorchester will be treated to a world class lunchtime concert from the internationally acclaimed Bose-Pastor Piano Duo.
The Duo perform chamber music, classical music that is composed for a small group of instruments, and won second prize at the 18th International Piano Duo Competition in Tokyo, Japan 2013.
American pianist Pia Bose, and Spanish pianist Antonio Pastor officially formed their four-hand piano duo in 2012. Recent performance highlights include recitals in London, Washington D.C. and Geneva. The Duo also performed before a full house at St.Martin-in-the-Fields in London on the recommendation of the Embassy of Spain’s Office of Cultural and Scientific Affairs.
The married Geneva-based pianists share a passion for promoting Spanish culture and arts, and also have a special interest in performing for charitable organisations, and are both also deeply committed to teaching and music education.
Everyone is welcome at what promises to be a truly wonderful performance, and to cover costs a small donation of £3.00 is requested. The concert will take place in the Museum’s Victorian Gallery at 1.00pm on Thursday 17th September.