Louis Perera and Fruzsina Szücs

Louis Perera and Fruzsina Sz?_cs

Afternoon Tea Concert

2:45pm, Thursday 30 May 2019

Ambleside Parish Church (St Mary's)

£12 (£5 for under 18s)

Programme TBC

2.45pm Tea & cake

3.30pm Concert commences

Patrons of Lake District Summer Music presents Louis Perera and Fruzsina Szücs for this special Afternoon Tea Concert.

Tea and cake are served at 2.45pm in Ambleside Parish Church, with the concert following at 3.30pm.

We are thrilled to welcome Louis Perera and Fruzsina Szücs, who are outstanding postgraduate students under the acclaimed pianist Paul Janes at the RNCM in Manchester for our final concert of the 2019 series. The programme will include gems from the four-hand repertoire of Beethoven, Schubert and Saint-Saëns.

Louis Perera is a recipient of the RNCM's Mark Ray Prize for first-year pianists, the Dianne Bolton Prize with double bassist Filipe Dandalo, the Robert Elliott Memorial Prize for keyboard continuo playing, and the RNCM Piano Duo Prize with Fruzsina Szücs. Prior to studying at the RNCM, Louis studied conducting with Keiko Kobayashi and Eshantha Peiris and was assistant conductor of the Junior Symphony Orchestra of Sri Lanka.

Fruzsina Szücs began her piano studies at the age of 8 under the tutelage of Dániel Molnár in Debrecen, Hungary. She has taken part in several competitions including the György Ferenczy International Piano Competition in Budapest and performed at the Faculty of Music of the University of Debrecen. In 2013, Fruzsina continued her studies in England with Anthony Williams, under whom she obtained her DipABRSM certificate. In 2016, she was admitted to the Royal Northern College of Music.


£12 (£5 for under 18s)
May be obtained on the door. To reserve please telephone 01524 736159 or email: patronsldsm@gmail.com

This concert is promoted by Patrons of Lake District Summer Music, a registered charity supporting LDSM. Reg. Charity No. 516781.

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