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Great year ahead for Trianon

Established for over 50 years, Trianon Music Group is taking the opportunity to celebrate their famous presidents this year as part of a full programme of large-scale and community concerts.
Imogen Holst, the daughter of Gustav Holst was their first president.  She spent 20 years as joint artistic director of the internationally famous Aldeburgh Festival and was a composer, arranger, conductor and teacher.  Sir Malcolm Arnold is also a former Trianon President and the current holder of this role is John Rutter, whose ever-popular music is widely performed.
The Presidential Suite concert is at the Ipswich Corn Exchange on 16th April and Trianon makes a return visit to Snape Maltings on 17th September to perform a feast of Choruses and Variations, including the magnificent Belshazzar’s Feast. 
With a full symphony orchestra and choir, Trianon is always interested in recruiting new members.  So if you would like to join Trianon please get in touch with their Recruitment Officer, Dorothee Double, by email at 
publicity@tmg.org.uk or by phone on 01473 727852.
You can pick up a copy of Trianon’s 2016 brochure at the Ipswich Tourist Information Centre or download a copy from their website, which also has details of community concerts in local venues throughout the year and details of how to book your tickets. 
For further details visit www.tmg.org.uk.  You can also follow Trianon on Twitter @MusicTrianon.

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