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Young maestros' music for Mayor of St Albans

PUBLISHED: 16:11 30 October 2009 | UPDATED: 14:36 06 May 2010

Julian Trevelyan and Chantal Osidero

Julian Trevelyan and Chantal Osidero

A CLASSICAL concert held at St Albans Town Hall raised over £900 for the Mayor s charities. The performers on piano were 10-year-old Julian Trevelyan and 13-year-old Chantal Osidero joined by the Musicale string trio including Kathryn Wood and Hannah O Su

A CLASSICAL concert held at St Albans Town Hall raised over £900 for the Mayor's charities.

The performers on piano were 10-year-old Julian Trevelyan and 13-year-old Chantal Osidero joined by the Musicale string trio including Kathryn Wood and Hannah O'Sullivan on the violin and Millie Davis, cello.

The Mayor, Cllr Chris Oxley, said: "All the players were superb and the quality of the playing greatly appreciated by the audience. However Julian, who is also a chorister at St Albans Cathedral, was exceptional. His composure and relaxed manner showed through the whole of his performance. He plays with a musicality which experts consider to be well beyond what they would expect from someone of his age.

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