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Home Concert: Annabelle Lawson – Piano

Join wonderful pianist Annabelle Lawson for a concert including music by Arlen, Bach, Chopin, Debussy and Randy Newman's Toy Story.

This Concerteenies concert is aimed at giving grown-ups and their young families the opportunity to hear quality music-making by top professional musicians. Join in with singing, dancing and lots of cuddles. You'll need a rainmaker (or a homemade rice shaker), three rubber ducks (or pictures of ducks), some big blue wave-like fabric (scarf/sheet) and a cuddly toy.

These concerts are normally live and ticketed so if you’re able to 'pay what you like' it’d be massively appreciated to support musicians' livelihoods – donate online.

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