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Clarinet player to perform at Bennachie Visitor Centre


By Kyle Ritchie

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A family music event is set to be held at Bennachie Visitor Centre.

Clarinettist Joanna Nicholson will play folk melodies and her own compositions inspired by her favourite Scottish mountain biking places – including the Mither Tap – and talk about the creative process for her video project – Jo’s Mtb Tunes.

It will be held in the centre on Saturday, October 30, from 2pm-2.45pm.

Clarinettist Joanna Nicholson will perform at the Bennachie Visitor Centre.
Clarinettist Joanna Nicholson will perform at the Bennachie Visitor Centre.

The event will be informal and suitable for all with plenty of opportunity to ask questions.

Jo’s Mtb Tunes is supported by funding from Creative Scotland and The Hope Scott Trust.

Nicholson is a freelance professional clarinettist, whose work includes the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Red Note Ensemble, as well as her own composition, recording and performance projects.

The event is free but tickets need to be booked which can be obtained by emailing bennachie.warden@aberdeenshire.gov.uk or calling 01467 681470

For further information about the event visit joannanicholsonclarinet.co.uk


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