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Queen Piano Concerto composed and performed for the first time

Posted on 21st March 2018

Maidstone based Simon Procter, graduate of the Royal Academy of Music, has chosen the concert of favourite piano concertos to play, for the first time, his recently composed Queen Piano Concerto. With permission from iconic rock band Queen, Simon has written his new concerto to showcase Queen’s music as a unique piano and orchestral piece. Concert goers of all ages will also hear Heart of Kent Orchestra, conducted by Adrian Goss, perform the Warsaw Concerto by Richard Addinsell, Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto Number 2 and Grieg Piano Concerto.

All proceeds from the concert will be going to Heart of Kent Hospice which cares for people with terminal illnesses and their families in our area. “We meet many patients and their families with amazing stories and achievements. It is a privilege to be able to help them continue making memories which often involve celebrations, music, laughter and fun.” Explains Kerry Harrison, Patient Services Director. “I would like to thank Simon and his team for putting this concert on and for all those who go, for supporting us.” If you would like to hear Queen Piano Concerto on its debut performance please join us on Sunday 22nd April, 6pm at Invicta Grammer School, Maidstone, ME14 5DS.

Tickets: £15 Adults, £10 children.

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