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Metamorphoses perform the classics at the South Holland Centre in Spalding




This Sunday (February 16) a trio of world renowned musicians will play at what is sure to be a beautiful concert at the South Holland Centre in Spalding.

Metamorphoses features Jean Johnson on clarinet, Roeland Jagers on viola and Elena Fischer-Dieskau on piano.

The trio will perform a series of music by renowned composers W.A. Mozart, Julius Röntgen, Robert Schumann and Jean Françaix.

Fischer-Dieskau is the granddaughter of the world-famous German baritone, conductor and singer Dietrich (Albert) Fischer-Dieskau.

The event, at 3pm on Sunday, has been organised by South Holland Concerts, which aims to bring quality classical music to audiences, with tickets at competitive prices.

Tickets cost £13.50, £12 concessions or free for students and under 16s, available from the South Holland Centre. Call the box office on 01775 764777.

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