Two accomplished 
musicians perform

Distinguished violist Sarah-Jane Bradley and pianist Martin Roscoe will perform for the Nicholas Yonge Society in Lewes at the Sussex Downs College on Friday, February 28 at 7.45pm.

Their programme includes works by Bach, Vaughan Williams and Brahms.

Sarah-Jane Bradley studied viola at the Royal Academy of Music and with Thomas Riebl in Salzburg before founding the Leopold String Trio, with whom she made acclaimed recordings of the Beethoven String Trios, and then joining the Sorrel Quartet.

She presently plays with the London Soloists Ensemble who have recently produced a CD of Vaughan Williams’ quintets.

Martin Roscoe has performed or recorded more than 100 different concertos working with conductors including Simon Rattle, Mark Elder and Christoph von Dohnányi.

Details of the concert are on the website

Single tickets cost £14 at the door (eight-25 year olds free, sponsored by the Cavatina Chamber Music Trust), in advance at or in person from Lewes Travel.