One of the most emerging talents in the field of classical music is bringing a gig to the Leighton Buzzard Library Theatre at the weekend.
Classical guitarist Manus Noble performs at the venue on Saturday, November 7 in an event organised by Leighton Buzzard Music Club.
He has received rave reviews wherever he plays – all over the UK and in London’s most prestigious venues such as the Cadogan Hall, Wigmore Hall and on the South Bank.
Taught originally by the renowned Craig Ogden, Manus then studied at the RCM under Gary Ryan.
His reviews in the Times, Telegraph and Oxford Times have described him as ‘giving a powerful, poised impression’, ‘immaculate sensitivity and refined technique’, ‘he enthralled the audience’.
As well as writing new works for the instrument himself, Noble has developed a certain flair and passion for modern techniques and repertoire, with many composers choosing to write new works for him.
His programme for the concert at Leighton Buzzard will range widely through the classical guitar repertoire from John Dowland to Piazzolla.
Leighton Buzzard Music Club has provided top-class professional concerts of mostly classical music since 1946.
The club provides eight concerts during a season which runs from September to April.
Tickets for the concert are £13 for adults and £11.50 for club members in production of a current membership ticket. Students can go along for £5 and accompanied children under the age of 16 can get in for free. The concert starts at 7.30pm.
Tickets for the concert can be booked by calling the box office on 0300 300 8125 or visit www.leightonbuzzardlibrarytheatre.co.uk.
For people wanting to find out more about the club and to see upcoming concerts for the rest of the season, please visit www.lbmusic.co.uk/