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Concert in the Caverns

Phillippa Lusty and Thomas Spencer-WortleyPhillippa Lusty and Thomas Spencer Wortley Live in Concert at the Carnglaze Caverns
Date: 5th September, 2010
Time: 5pm-8.30pm
Place: St. Neot, Liskeard, Cornwall, PL14 6HQ, UK

Two rising crossover stars, soprano Phillippa Lusty and tenor Thomas Spencer-Wortley come together for this charity event along with nationally acclaimed Bodmin Youth Jazz orchestra and guests.


Phillippa returns to her home county to raise funds for the Precious Lives appeal with an afternoon of breathtaking music in the magical setting of Carnglaze Caverns.

Bring all the family and enjoy a picnic in the gardens and then listen to the wonderful selection of music offered by this talented young team.

Nicola Jarvis, the editor of Classical-Crossover.co.uk, comments:

I cannot recommend taking the chance to see these two extremely talented singers enough. When I saw Phillippa sing early this year I was immediately struck by her stage presence, pitch perfect vocal, versatility and her beautiful self-penned material. The quality of her music and talent far surpasses many of her contemporaries. Equally, I saw Thomas in April of this year who not only performs with warmth and professionalism, but can also turn his audience into fits of laughter with his humour and charm. I look forward to travelling three hundred miles to see the pair join forces on what is sure to be a wonderful evening for the Precious Lives Appeal.

TO BOOK TICKETS FOR THIS EVENT CALL: 01579 320251

Tickets: £12.50 Concessions: £10 Child: £5

Extra information: Doors open at 4pm. A support act will start at 5pm and the main concert will begin at 6pm. Picnics are recommended as refreshments are not provided at the venue. Make sure you are wrapped up warm enough for 10°C as the caves are kept at that constant temperature.

For more information on Phillippa and Thomas please visit www.myspace.com/pippalusty and www.thomasspencerwortley.com

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