Fab four’s Al­bert Hall lunchtime gig

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Putting On A Show -

Tal­ented mu­si­cians f r om Ash­ford will en­ter­tain guests at the Royal Al­bert Hall to­mor­row (Fri­day).

The Ver­ano Gui­tar Quar­tet will per­form in the Lon­don venue’s Verdi restau­rant as part of the Free Fri­day Lunchtime Con­certs se­ries, or­gan­ised by Mu­sic for Youth, as part of the hall’s com­mit­ment to sup­port­ing the next gen­er­a­tion of mu­si­cians.

The group is made up of Ben Uden, Adam Young, Richard Wil­liams and Philip Scott-Moore, who met when they were all stu­dents at Nor­ton Knatch­bull School, off Hythe Road.

Over the last four years they have played count­less con­certs, char­ity gigs and school events and pre­vi­ously per­formed at the same venue as part of a con­cert with the Na­tional Youth Choirs.

They will be joined for the con­cert by vi­o­lin­ist Em­manuel Webb, also a Knatch­bull stu­dent.

Eryn Grady, the school’s di­rec­tor of mu­sic, said: “I am so very proud to be as­so­ci­ated with th­ese stu­dents.

“It is an hour’s lunchtime con­cert and a great hon­our for this group.”


The Ver­ano Gui­tar Quar­tet: from left, Philip Scott-Moore, Ben Uden, Adam Young and Richard Wil­liams

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