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Music, Sun 25 Mar 2018

Travelling By Tuba

Travelling By Tuba

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80,000 miles a year and still not out of puff!

Travelling by Tuba is one of the UK’s busiest and most successful classical music duos. Formed twenty-one years ago, they now perform in excess of 200 concerts a year, playing venues such as the Barbican Centre, St. David’s Hall and the Bridgewater Hall.

They have recorded three CDs, releasing their third album on the Polyphonic label in 2006. The group has appeared regularly on BBC Radio and television and for many of the independent networks.

Travelling by Tuba are selected artists for the Making Music Concert Promoters Network for 2013/14.

Travelling by Tuba has developed a highly successful award-winning education programme suitable for children of all ages. It has been featured on Channel 4 on their Okey Cokey Karioke programme and in the Times Educational Supplement. Recently, they commissioned a childrens’ operetta ‘The Tuba Has Landed’ from the composer Robin Grant which had six performances as part of a year-long project in Blackpool schools.


North Westmorland Arts is supported by Westmorland Arts Trust, The Hadfield Trust and The Bryan Lancaster Trust.

Public toilets

Children welcomeDisabled access

Event details

Dates Times
Sun 25 Mar 2018 19:30 to 21:30

Prices

£12 at the door. Full-time students half-price. Accompanied children free.

Contact

North Westmorland Arts

017684 83777

Address

Boroughgate,
Appleby-in-Westmorland,
Cumbria,
CA16 6XE

Directions

Appleby Public Hall is in Bouroughgate. Appleby. Take B6542 from A66 or B6260 from M6 Junction 38 Yebay. Entrance down an alleyway level with top of island of shops. Above Tufton Arms Hotel.

Parking: free

Facilities

  • Public toiletsPublic toilets
  • Children welcomeChildren welcome
  • Disabled accessDisabled access

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