• Date
    29th February 2020 at 03:00pm
  • Venue
    London Welsh Centre, 157-163 Gray’s Inn Road
  • Host
    Manon Browning
  • Category
    Arts & Culture

A concert with a sweet treat!

Having always been passionate about introducing classical music to an audience in a different way, Manon Browning has created a concert experience with that in mind.

She performs a concert of classical harp music, and introduces the pieces to the audience, by giving them insight into the composer's life, what inspired their writing, and what the piece means.

This gives the audience some more insight and an enjoyable way of listening to classical music, especially pieces that they might not have heard of before.

The audience also gets to enjoy this experience with a cup of tea and cake, which adds to the relaxed element of the concert. It also becomes a lovely new way of enjoying an afternoon tea and a break from the busy streets of London!

Book your places using the link on this page - you can also walk in and pay on the day!

About Manon Browning:

Manon began playing the harp at eight years old, and has completed her masters degree at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, having previously completed her undergraduate degree there, and studying under Imogen Barford.

A former pupil at Ysgol Gyfun Plasmawr, she first studied harp with Meinir Heulyn.

She has enjoyed success in competitions such as the Wales International Harp Festival and the National Eisteddfod, and has enjoyed performing in a number of venues across Cardiff and London as a soloist.

Manon has a rich experience as an orchestral player, and was a member of the National Youth Orchestra of Wales for five years, the last two as Principal Harp. She has performed in some of the best concert platforms in Europe with the orchestra, including Berlin Konzerthaus and the Sage Gateshead.

Passionate about bringing music to a wider audience, she finds great enjoyment in teaching, and has done performances through the Music in Hospitals scheme.