Hungarian Dances is a dazzling journey in words and music through the story of the bestselling novel of the same name by Jessica Duchen.
Jessica Duchen reads extracts from her acclaimed novel, which follows the turbulent story of a Gypsy girl who becomes a famous classical violinist, but at a terrible personal price. The tale is richly illustrated with music performed by the renowned virtuoso violinist Bradley Creswick and the award-winning pianist Margaret Fingerhut, in a programme which includes music by Dohnanyi, Debussy, Brahms, Bartok and Ravel’s Tzigane, as well as some dazzling pieces in the Gypsy style.
The concert opens our weekend Kickstart Writing Course, a residential course led by Jessica herself.
Tickets which are £12 each can be booked online and are also available by calling our box office at 01728 648265 or please visit Serendipity, Southwold and Focus Organic, Halesworth