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Latin America Comes To Bramley

Published on: 16 Feb, 2017
Updated on: 14 Feb, 2017

Oakleaf Enterprise will partner the Santiago Quartet to stage an exclusive concert at 7.30pm on Saturday, February 25 at St Catherine’s School in Bramley.

The concert is in aid of Oakleaf, the only mental health charity in Surrey working as a social enterprise to provide vocational training for those suffering from mental health issues.

The evening will feature bandoneonist Julian Rowlands, a regular in the house band on TV’s Strictly Come Dancing.

The quartet performs contemporary Latin American music and has built a repertoire of tangos, milongas and other pieces, many arranged for string quartet and bandoneon, which is unique to them. The quartet works closely with Guildford composer Will Todd, whose work will also feature in the concert.

There will be a cash bar and raffle draw on the night.

Tickets are £10 each and are available from Guildford Tourist Information Centre by calling 01483 444334 or by visiting their website – www.visitguildford.com.

For more information about Oakleaf Enterprise and the Santiago Quartet, visit www.oakleaf-enterprise.org/santiagoquartet or call 01483 303649.

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  1. Pete Brayne Reply

    February 16, 2017 at 5:17 pm

    Great people. Both the Santiago Quartet and Oakleaf!

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