Vincent Lindsey-Clark (guitar) and Lucille Burns (flute) will play a programme of music from around the world as well as a selection of Vincent’s own compositions in an autumn concert at St Wilfrid’s Church Hall, Selsey.
Composers featured will be Gaspar Sanz and Manuel de Falla from Spain, Bela Bartok from Hungary, Claude Debussy from France and Astor Piazzolla from Argentina.
Vincent’s brother Julian, who is promoting the event, said: “The music will consist of exciting dances and moving songs with a mostly Latin flavour, played on two instruments that complement each other beautifully when combined and remain complete and engaging when played solo.
The concert is at 6.30pm for 7pm on Friday, October 12. Tickets at Gilbert and Cleveland, estate agents, High Street, Selsey , 607866 at £10 including a glass of wine, with proceeds will go towards St Wilfrid’s building fund.
Julian added “Vincent’s and of course my, grandfather Philip and our father Michael were both professional sculptors and jointly designed and constructed the relief statue of St Wilfrid and Our Lady of Mount Carmel which is on the front elevation of this church in Selsey. It was completed when the church was built in 1962. Family connections in the art world!
“Vincent will be playing Seascapes, his latest composition which he was recently filmed performing on the beach at Selsey for YouTube.”