Lunchtime Concert performance by Thomas Hardye Students

Thomas Hardye Music Students © Thomas Hardye 2017As part of the preparation for their A-level performance exams, sixth form students from the Thomas Hardye School will perform their recital programmes in lunchtime concerts on  Wednesday 8 February 2017 and Wednesday 22nd February 2017 at the Dorset County Museum between 1.00pm to 2.00pm.

This is an ideal opportunity for the students to road-test their performances given that the exams will take place in the Victorian Hall of the Museum. Over the years, audiences have enjoyed performances on a wide variety of instruments and in a wide variety of styles given by the very talented students of our local school.

These lunchtime concert is FREE although a donation of £3 is encouraged to cover costs.

For further information contact the Museum on on 01305 756827 or check the website on www.dorsetcountymuseum.org or follow us on Facebook and Twitter

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Lunchtime Concert performance by Thomas Hardye Students

Thomas Hardye School at Dorset County MuseumThis lunchtime concert taking place on Wednesday 24th February provides the chance to listen to music makers of the future.

A-Level students from The Thomas Hardye School will be giving a FREE concert at Dorset County Museum as part of their studies – it is an opportunity for them to perform to a live audience, and for visitors to hear music from potential star performers of tomorrow.

The concert is FREE although the Museum encourages donations. It takes place on Wednesday 24th February at 1.00 pm and will last for approximately one hour.

For further information contact the Museum on on 01305 756827 or check the website on www.dorsetcountymuseum.org or follow us on Facebook and Twitter

Events: Lunchtime Music performed by Thomas Hardye Students

Thomas Hardye School at Dorset County MuseumThis lunchtime concert taking place on Wednesday 25th February provides the chance to listen to music makers of the future.

A-Level students from The Thomas Hardye School will be giving a FREE concert at Dorset County Museum on Wednesday 25th February as part of their studies – it is an opportunity for them to perform to a live audience, and for visitors to hear music from potential star performers of tomorrow.

Museum director Jon Murden said, “It is wonderful to see the students from The Thomas Hardye School return to perform their music. We hope that visitors to the museum will come to support these local students as they progress with their musical studies”

The concert is FREE although the Museum encourages donations. It takes place on Wednesday 25th February at 1.00 pm and will last for approximately one hour. A further concert by Hardye students will be performed at lunchtime on Wednesday 18th March.

For further information please see www.dorsetcountymuseum.org or telephone 01305 262735.

Student concert at Dorset County Museum

Thomas Hardye School at Dorset County MuseumA lunchtime concert taking place on 26th February provides the chance to listen to music makers of the future.

A Level students from Thomas Hardye School will be giving a FREE concert at Dorset County Museum on Wednesday 26th February as part of their studies – it is an opportunity for them to perform to a live audience, and for visitors to hear music from potential star performers of tomorrow.

Museum director Jon Murden said, “We always enjoy working with Thomas Hardye School and hope that people will come along to support these local students as they progress with their musical careers.” Marketing Manager Rachel Cole added, “The students put such a lot of effort into their performances and the Victorian Hall is a perfect venue; it’s a privilege to have them here.”

The concert is FREE although the Museum encourages donations. It takes place on 26th February at 1.00 pm and will last for approximately one hour. A further concert by Hardye students will be performed at lunchtime on Wednesday 19th March.

For further information contact the Museum on 01305 262735 or check the website on www.dorsetcountymuseum.org