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Chamber Music Workshop (Strings) with Charlotte Scott and Jon Thorne

Chamber Music Workshop (Strings) with Charlotte Scott and Jon Thorne

24 Feb 2022 | 14:30 | Unreserved Masterclass, Faculty of Music

Both Jon Thorne and Charlotte Scott are valued members of the Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra, as Solo Viola and Associate Concertmaster respectively. Charlotte trained as a violinist at the Royal Academy of Music, where Jon is now a Professor of Viola and Chamber Music. As members of the Badke Quartet from 2013-2017, they have enjoyed an international concert schedule and are now members of the Oculi Ensemble.

Chamber Music Workshop (Strings) with Charlotte Scott and Jon Thorne

24 Feb 2022

Tickets: £0
Duration: 180 min
Venue: Unreserved Masterclass, Faculty of Music
Thursday 24th February, 2022 – 14:30

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