An Interview with Freddy Kempf

We Are Family – the 1979 hit song – could have been penned for Freddy Kempf and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. The relationship between the concert pianist and the Orchestra goes back to 1985 when, aged just eight years old, Kempf made his concerto debut performing Mozart’s Piano Concerto No.12 in A major, K.414.

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Royal Philharmonic Orchestra is honoured for association with Lowestoft and town’s Marina Theatre

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A world-famous orchestra has been officially recognised for a prestigious association with Lowestoft.

The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) was honoured with a special Coat Of Arms in recognition of its decade of performing at the town’s Marina Theatre and continuing commitment to providing music of the highest calibre.

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An Interview with Tom Poster

By his own admission, Tom Poster struggles to understand ‘what it’s like for friends who are still making decisions well into their twenties and beyond as to what direction they want to take in life.’ For this 33-year-old pianist, who has performed with ensembles ranging from the Scottish Chamber Orchestra to the China National Symphony, there was no such turmoil: ‘it never crossed my mind to think about doing something that wasn’t music related.’

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