Concerteenies: Home Concerts - Louise Thomson (Harp)

Louise Thomson
  • Sunday 12 April
    4.00 – 4.30pm
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These concerts are normally live and ticketed. If you are financially able, please pay what you can via paypal.me/concerteenies free

Online Concerts for 0-5 year olds and their families, from professional musicians’ homes straight to yours!

Concerts from top professional musicians' homes straight to your home, designed especially for 0-5 year olds and their families.

Louise Thomson (harp) will perform music by Haydn, Saint Saens, Gradjany and McKay with informal introductions and audience participation using sensory props that you can find in your home.

On the morning of the concert, check out Polly's Live Introduction to the concert so you know what props you will need to gather up from your home.

View the concert and introduction at https://www.youtube.com/channe...

These are normally live ticketed events, so if you are able, please do 'PAY WHAT YOU WANT' via www.paypal.me/concerteenies

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ABOUT THE MUSICIANS
LOUISE THOMSON has performed at the Royal Albert Hall and Bridgewater Hall, alongside the Hallé Orchestra, Manchester Camerata, National Symphony Orchestra and many more. She has performed live on BBC Radio 3, and made her television debut performing live on BBC 1 alongside soprano Katherine Jenkins. She has performed for HRH Queen Elizabeth II and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh at The Royal Variety Performance and, with the Live Music Now Scheme, she has toured the UK giving solo recitals and educational workshops to an enormous range of audiences.

She has performed many fantastic sold out Concerteenies concerts in the past.
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Louise Thomson (harp)

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