Hertford Symphony Orchestra’s Robert Kiln Concerts for Children

20:38 01 February 2014

Matthew Sharp is the narrator for Hertford Symphony Orchestra

Matthew Sharp is the narrator for Hertford Symphony Orchestra's Robert Kiln Concert for Children


The popular Robert Kiln Concerts for Children by the Hertford Symphony Orchestra (HSO) will take place on Sunday.

Hertford Symphony Orchestra's Robert Kiln Concert for ChildrenHertford Symphony Orchestra's Robert Kiln Concert for Children

The orchestra’s Creatures Great and Small concerts at Hertford Theatre, at 2.30pm and 4.15pm, will feature Roald Dahl’s Three Little Pigs, with music by Paul Patterson.

Narrator Matthew Sharp studied cello with Boris Pergamenschikow in Cologne, voice with Ulla Blom in Stockholm and English at Trinity College, Cambridge.

He has performed at major venues and festivals worldwide as solo cellist, baritone and actor.

As writer, composer and performer, he collaborates regularly with leading artists from film, theatre and dance.

His music theatre works have toured to major festivals in Europe, India and the US.

Matthew is also the artistic director of the pioneering UK festival, the Deal Festival of Music and the Arts.

Tickets for Sunday’s concerts cost £7 adults and £4 children.

They are available from the Hertford Theatre box office on 01992 531500 of by visiting www.hertfordtheatre.com


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