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Peter perfect for St Albans Town Hall

PUBLISHED: 16:10 16 October 2009 | UPDATED: 14:33 06 May 2010

Peter McCarthy, the principal double bass player for English Concert and St James s Baroque, has put together the programme for the next Teatime Concert in the Assembly Room of St Albans Old Town Hall. Peter s infectious and supportive playing frequently

Peter McCarthy, the principal double bass player for English Concert and St James's Baroque, has put together the programme for the next Teatime Concert in the Assembly Room of St Albans Old Town Hall.

Peter's infectious and supportive playing frequently underpins and generates the energy within the Woodmansterne Collection. His programme digs out some of the most beguiling and beautiful lost music from the baroque period.

Tickets at this late stage (which include a programme and a cup of tea) are £10 on the door and the concert begins at 4pm.

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