Bognor’s Regis Centre hosts a string trio with Jonathan Strange (leader), Roger Clayden and Matt Maguire on November 4 at 7.30pm.
The programme will be Schubert, Mozart, Bach and Beethoven.
Jonathan Strange studied the violin with Hugh Maguire and Frederick Grinke at the Royal Academy of Music, and later with Roy Gillard. In a varied career, he has toured the world as a member of the Academy of St Martin in the Fields and other major orchestras, and was co-leader of the London Mozart Players. Along with Kenneth Essex and Denis Vigay, he is a member of the Lansdowne String Trio. In the studios, he works with the stars of rock and pop and on the scores of Hollywood movies. He performs on a Grancino violin of 1689.
Tickets £5 and £2.50 on 01243 861010.