Sunday, 10th May 2015
 
SLEEPING IN TEMPLES
7.30pm
St James’ Church
£10, £8 + unreserved £5 Students £1

Susan Tomes, illustrating points on the piano, explores various topics of perennial interest to musicians and music lovers; provides an insight into the motives and experiences of classical performers; and describes some of the challenges facing classical musicians in today’s society.
 Susan Tomes, born in Edinburgh, was the first woman to study music at King’s College, Cambridge. An international award-winning performer and recording artist, she was awarded the Cobbett Medal for Distinguished services to chamber music in 2013. For fifteen years she was the pianist of Domus, and for seventeen of the Florestan Trio. Her other books are Beyond the Notes (2004), Out of Silence (2010), and A Musician’s Alphabet (2006).
‘We knew that she was a superb player; now we know that she is a superb writer too.’ The Independent
‘prepare for bewitchment … a fabulously wide-ranging array of essays’ Classical Music Magazine
www.susantomes.com
With thanks to St James’ Church
All tickets from Chipping Campden Music Festival: www.campdenmusicfestival.co.uk


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