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  • Saturday 3 March, 7.30pm

    Berlin – A Cabaret with David Le Page and friends Harborough Concerts

  • Friday 9 March, 7.30pm

    Butterfly Wing with Jacqui Dankworth, Chris Garrick and Oli Hayhurst Wiltshire Music Centre

  • Thursday 12 April 8.30pm

    Chris Garrick Quartet 606 Club

  • 26 June - 1 July

    Risør Festival, with Christian Tetzlaff, Norwegian Wind Ensemble and many others Risør, Norway

  • Monday 23 July

    With David Le Page and the Town Church Strings. Includes Beethoven Piano Concerto Town Church, Guernsey

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