Published on 12 October 2010 12:00 AM
Philip Turbett, a renowned Omagh-born bassoonist and clarinettist will perform a lunchtime recital in Strule Arts Centre on Monday 22 November at 1pm.
To celebrate the special performance, which is part of a week-long musical programme during Philip’s residency in Omagh, the Strule Arts Centre have extended an invitation to residents of residential homes and older people’s groups, to come along and enjoy Philip’s music free of charge.
Philip, a professional bassoonist and clarinettist, has performed at major venues throughout the world including The Sydney Opera House, Carnegie Hall, The Lincoln Centre New York, Symphony Halls in Boston and Chicago, and Suntory Hall, Tokyo to name but a few. A consummate musician, The Omagh native has featured on hundreds of recordings, many of which have received awards from the music industry.
During his residency Philip will be working with local groups and musicians of all ages from the Omagh District including St Eugene's Band, The Blue Note Saxophone Ensemble and students from the Wind section of the WELB youth orchestra.
General admission is £5 but if you are an older person interested in attending the recital and wish to avail of the free admission offer, please contact Margaret Watson, Strule Arts Centre on 028 8224 5321 ext 404 or visit www.struleartscentre.co.uk/upcoming_events for further information.
Philip Turbett – Lunchtime Recital Monday 22nd November @ 1pm Auditorium, Strule Arts Centre Admission £5 (Free for residents of residential homes/older people’s groups)
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