Peter Cunningham Concerts
The Peter Cunningham Memorial concerts are given throughout the year in Mellor Church or Mellor Parish Centre by members of the Hallé and friends. The concerts were established in 1993 and are in aid of the Peter Cunningham Memorial Fund, which supports the important community and outreach work of Hallé Education.
The dates and programmes for the 2017/18 season are as follows:
Monday 2 October 2017: Jim Muirhead and Friends
Monday 6 November 2017: Tom Davey and Acceso String Quartet
Monday 4 December 2017: Hallé Brass with Hallé Horns
Monday 12 February 2018: Une Soirée Française – Music for flute, harp, viola and cello
Monday 12 March 2018: Oberon Ensemble
Monday 23 April 2018: An Evening of Jazz with The Trio
All concerts begin at 7:30pm
Single ticket: £12 (concessions £11)
Season tickets: £60 (6 for the price of 5)
Tickets are available from:
Co-op Chemists, 19 Town Street, Marple Bridge | tel: 0161 427 2517
International Key Holidays, 76 Compstall Road, Romiley | tel: 0161 494 5881
Harmony Décor, 4 Market Street, Marple | tel: 0161 427 3415
Subject to availability, tickets can be purchased on the door.
If you are unable to join us for the concert but would be interested in donating to the Peter Cunningham Memorial Fund, please contact Hallé Education on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0161 237 7020 / 0161 427 4088.
There are two Drivetime Concerts taking place during the summer term 2016. Please check back here for the latest information.
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