Mother and son duo for Radlett Music Club

15:51 11 October 2012

Helen and Harvey Davies

Helen and Harvey Davies

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A MOTHER and son partnership will demonstrate their ability with one piano and four hands when they perform for Radlett Music Club next Tuesday, October 16.

Helen and Harvey Davies (above) have worked together professionally since 1992. Since then they have built a reputation as one of the foremost exponents of contemporary piano duet repertoire in Britain.

Their extensive repertoire includes many of the standard classical, romantic and impressionist works for piano duet.

At the concert at The Radlett Centre, which starts at 8pm, they will be performing Mozart’s Piano Sonata in F, K.497, Hindemith’s Piano Sonata, Joubert’s Divertimento Op. 2, Ravel’s Mother Goose Suite and Dvorak’s Slavonic Dances, Selection from Op. 46

Admission for non-members is £14 with free admission for eight to 25 year olds thanks to the Cavatina Chamber Music Trust.

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