There's a change to the previously published Chamber Music programme at the Under Ground Theatre on the 16th of February because unfortunately Rachel Fryer is unable to appear. In her place, talented pianist Adrian Oldland will be making his debut performance at the venue.
Having begun playing piano aged seven, Adrian has gone on to achieve his BMus (Hons) degree in 2012 at Trinity College of Music and is currently finishing a Master’s (MMus) degree. He was awarded first place at the Chelmsford Competitive Festival of Music in 2007, and in his second year won the Alfred Kitchin Piano Competition playing works by Chopin. Adrian enjoys a diverse repertoire and his recital will include works by Bach, Brahms, Schumann, Kabalevsky and Rachmaninov, reflecting his particular love of music of the Romantic Period.
Under Ground Theatre, Sun 16th Feb, 14:45.
Tickets £9, UGT members £8, students £5, available online, by calling 0845 680 1926, or in person from the Under Ground Theatre and Eastbourne Tourist Information Centre.