Nocturne - The Romantic Life of Frederick Chopin with Lucy Parham on Piano and narrated by Harriet Walter and Guy Paul

The third programme of words and music by Lucy Parham. Scripted and adapted from letters and diaries, Nocturne chronicles the romantic life of one of the greatest and most popular composers, Chopin, following his turbulent relationship with George Sand.

Tickets £24/22 via Dorchester Arts follow the link below:

https://www.dorchesterarts.org.uk/?s=nocturne

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Sunday 22nd October 8.00pm

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Corn Exchange

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Thank you very much for such a warm welcome and lovely (huge...) audience...Emma made the whole event such an easy pleasure for me.

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Mike Nixon, Thomas Hardy Society
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