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Treasury Music Society LGBT+ History Month Recital
by musicians from the London Gay Symphony Orchestra
To mark LGBT+ History Month, the Treasury Music Society welcomes back musicians from the London Gay Symphony Orchestra: Nathan Evans (oboe) and Derek Benton (flute) with DfT Legal Advisers colleague James Adutt (piano) to perform a lunchtime recital. This year they focus on composers who lived in England: sonatas by Handel contrast with Benjamin Britten’s quirky Insect Pieces, and they end with Ethyl Smith’s magical Bonny Sweet Robin.
Join us for an inspiring and relaxing musical break in your working day!
If you would like to attend, or watch online (either live or subsequently), please use the booking form and choose the appropriate option(s) so that the Society can monitor numbers. For more information or to join the Society please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Members have access to around 10 concerts a year. However you are welcome to attend one for free before (hopefully) deciding to join up!
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