Exploring the Kosmos

Described as ‘redefining the relationship between classical and world music,’ Kosmos will be performing at Concord College, Acton Burnell on 27 May, as part of the Shropshire Music Trust Series. Their performance is a combination including tango, Gypsy, Balkan and Japanese music, plus classical pieces from composers Brahms and Dvorak. Kosmos comprises violinist Harriet MacKenzie, accordionist Milos Millojevic, and Meg Hamilton on viola. All three are high-flying classical soloists and they have recorded concertos with the likes of the English Symphony and Royal Philharmonic Orchestras.

Director of Shropshire Music Trust Kate Hogwood said, “Audiences will really enjoy what has been rightly termed breathtaking and impeccable musicianship, so this concert promises the ideal Sunday afternoon treat!”

The show starts at 3pm; tickets are available at ticketsource.co.uk/smt, or call 0333 666 3366 or 01743 367482.

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