Gifted young musicians perform to a packed audience

PUBLISHED: 13:34 04 February 2009 | UPDATED: 16:06 25 August 2010

YOUNG performers took centre stage at a music society s annual youth night.

YOUNG performers took centre stage at a music society's annual youth night.

Old Bexley Music Society held its Young Musicians Evening at Townley Girl's School Theatre, Bexleyheath, last Wednesday.

Bromley Youth Music Trust's brass quintet performed pieces that including Galliard Battaglia by Scheidt, and Puttin' on the Ritz by Irving Berlin.

Toby Street and Peter Fisher played trumpets, Jonathan Young played trombone, Joe Brennan played French horn and Daniel Mackintosh played tuba.

The quintet was directed by Dennis Mycroft and Ray Allen.

Solo performances were also given by Carys James on the cello, James Segarty with the French horn, Fatima Farag with the Alto saxophone, Christine Hayman on violin, and Scott Williams on euphonium.

The accompanists for the evening were Patrick Dunn and Gareth James.

Mayor of Bexley, Nick O'Hare, and Mayoress Maria O'Hare attended.

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