Classical Music Alive Supporters
Supporting Radu Lupu
Berkshire Record Office, which celebrates its diamond jubilee in 2008, is delighted to be supporting the first concert in the 2008/9 season of Classical Music Alive in Reading’s splendid Concert Hall.
Berkshire Record Office provides the public archive service for the Royal County of Berkshire. It has an unrivalled collection of records covering over 800 years of the county’s rich and varied history, including much on music and music-making. If you are interested in researching musical activity in Berkshire, or if you know of records of music, musicians, musical organisations or any aspect of music-making that might enhance our collections, we’d love to hear from you.
Contact us by phone 0118 901 5132 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org website www.berkshirerecordoffice.org.uk
Dr Peter Durrant County Archivist Berkshire Record Office
Supporting Capuçon, Tamestit, Capuçon & Angelich
The Museum of Reading is delighted to be involved in this classical concert. The Museum is now in its third year of the ‘Memory Box’ Service which offers museum objects to care homes to help to stimulate reminiscence. If you want to know more, come along to the 3Bs in the Town Hall on Thursday 6 November between 10.30am and 12.00pm to meet some of the team and look at the boxes. For more information please contact Margaret Hatton on 0118 939 9800.
Rhodri Thomas Town Hall and Museum General Manager
Supporting Paul Lewis
2009 marks the 90th anniversary of the Berkshire Federation of Women’s Institutes. We are delighted to be associated with this very exciting concert, in celebration of our 90th year.
Wendy Robinson Federation Chairman
If you would like to find out more about supporting a concert, call 0118 939 0059
Reading Arts and Venues reserve the right to refuse entry and to make any changes to the information contained in this brochure without prior notification in the event of illness or any other unavoidable cause.