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Talented teenager returning for recital

Where: Chapel Arts, Knapp Road, Cheltenham GL50 3QQ

When: Friday, June 21, 6pm,

An exceptionally talented teenage pianist from Cheltenham is returning to Chapel Arts on Friday evening (June 21) to play a recital.

Tsukushi Mitsuda wowed an audience at the Knapp Road venue with her beautiful playing at a recent Free Fridays school recital and she has agreed to return to play solo.

The programme will be as follows:

1. Beethoven Sonata op27 no2

2. Khachaturian Toccata

3. Brahms Four Pieces for Piano op119

4. Liszt Grande Etudes de Paganini No.6

5. Gershwin Rhapsody In Blue

Tickets cost £7 in advance, £9 on the door and £6 students.

Chapel Arts is based at a former Baptist chapel that has been modernised and restored to create a fantastic, flexible arts space which allows for an array of events.

The venue can seat in excess of 100 people, allowing Chapel Arts to include music, concerts, poetry and guest speakers.

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