Rhythmie Wong's 'Dancing Fires and Fragrances'

St. Paul's Worthing, Worthing.

Tickets are unreserved - do arrive in good time to choose your seat. Latecomers must wait until the interval.

The last Interview Concert, ‘The violin will take you’, featuring Kamila Bydlowska (violin) and Varvara Tarasova (piano) in April, reached ‘House Full’.

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This event is for over 7s only - No refunds will be issued for under 7s.

Ticket type Cost (face value)? Quantity
ADULT £13.20 (£12.00)
ADULT WITH UP TO 2 PAYING UNDER-19(S) £12.10 (£11.00)
19S - 25S OR STUDENT £5.50 (£5.00)
UNDER-19S £1.25 (£1.00)

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The International Interview Concerts are unique in the South East and exclusive to Worthing. You meet the top-class young role-model artiste in a performing and a conversational situation. It’s set ‘In The Round’ with unreserved seating so everyone is much nearer the action than is possible in an ordinary concert hall.

It’s relaxed, intimate, and therefore richly connective between performer, interviewer and audience. It’s the same among the audience themselves and they can ask their own questions. The café-bar is part of the ambience. So are surprises! There is a special new Mystery Music Spot this time. Children come for £1.

Rhythmie Wong is from Hong Kong. Playing solo she set alight the Sussex International Piano Competition in May, then played a Chopin Concerto with Worthing Symphony Orchestra. Her solo artistry and virtuosity in Ravel’s famous ‘La Valse’ added up, for one expert listener, to the best piano playing he had heard in 10 years. Another described her Haydn performance as masterly and already of world rank.

Discover Rhythmie Wong now for yourself: the artiste and the person. She will chat in interviews in between performing

the sensational ‘La Valse’

Albeniz’s beguiling scents and rhythms of Spain in his ‘Iberia’ Book 1

spellbinding music from Stravinsky’s magical ballet ‘The Firebird’

that cheeky keep-’em-guessing Haydn Sonata in Eb (Hob XVI:52)

The Maiden and The Nightingale, the tone poem by Granados

Watch out, too, for some Chinese surprises!

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