Piano concert for St Albans bereavement charity

PUBLISHED: 09:45 20 April 2017 | UPDATED: 09:45 20 April 2017

Isabel Beyer and Harvey Dagul

Isabel Beyer and Harvey Dagul


A piano concert in support of the St Albans Bereavement Network is being held next month.

Duettists Isabel Beyer and Harvey Dagul will be performing at Cavalier Hall on Sunday, May 7.

It follows a successful concert last year by the pair, which raised £1,000 for cystic fibrosis sufferers.

This year’s concert will include performances of Schubert, Brahms, and a Ludwig v Beethoven feature.

There will also be some performances of Celtic music, and some piano solos.

All in support of St Albans Bereavement Network, which offers practical and emotional support to anyone living in St Albans.

The charity works across religions, and offers advice to any and all ethnicities, cultures, and financial circumstances.

A representative from the charity will be giving a talk in the intermission.

Cavalier Hall is located at St Stephen’s Church, which has a large car park.

The performance will begin at 3pm.

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