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Junior Royal Northern College of Music

Leeds Lunchtime Chamber Music 2018/19

Junior Royal Northern College of Music

Mia Serracino-Inglott- voice
Chloë Jones- flute
Joe Orme- guitar
David Jones - piano accompanist

The programme will include the following works:

Vaughan Williams - Silent Noon  
Mahler - Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen  
Baker - Someone is sending me flowers  
Taffanel – Grande Fantaisie sur Mignon   
Carl Orff arr Radu Ionesco - O Fortuna   

Mia Serracino-Inglott is a seventeen year old singer who joined Junior RNCM in September 2013. Mia thoroughly enjoys singing solo and choral music, and is a member of The Hallé Youth Ensembles. 

Chloë Jones is seventeen years old and learns with Michael Cox, Principal Flute of the BBC Symphony Orchestra. Chloë is Principal Flute of both the Junior RNCM Symphony Orchestra and the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain.

Joe Orme is eighteen years old and has been playing classical guitar for ten years, recently passing his Grade 8 with Distinction. He currently receives lessons from Jeremy Bleasdale at the Junior RNCM, which he joined in 2015.

How to get to The Venue
View the Leeds Lunchtime Chamber Music 2018/19 brochure.


Free admission, no booking required.

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