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Soloist Charlotte Mcauliffe will join City of Peterborough Symphony Orchestra at spring concert

PUBLISHED: 10:00 03 February 2018

Charlotte Mcauliffe PHOTO David Rose

Charlotte Mcauliffe PHOTO David Rose

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The City of Peterborough Symphony Orchestra will welcome Charlotte Mcauliffe, a former Peterborough King’s School pupil, as the soloist for Elgar’s popular cello concerto at the spring concert on Sunday March 18.

Charlotte studied at the Royal Northern College of Music and is a previous winner of the Peterborough and Oundle Young Musician of the Year awards.

Matinée Musicales by Britten/Rossini and Symphony No 5 by Vaughan Williams make up the programme for the concert.

The concert runs from 3-5pm. Visit http://www.cpso.org.uk/ for tickets, which range from £5 to £13.50.

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