Interviews with Worbey & Farrell on their return to Brighton Dome (Sun 1 March)

Having made their Brighton Dome debut with the Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra in March 2018 with Malcolm Arnold’s Piano Concerto and Saint-Saëns’ Carnival of the Animals, the self-proclaimed “masters of musical mayhem” return to the Dome with a concert featuring their own astonishing “four hands on one piano” arrangements of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue, Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf, Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody and Addinsell’s iconic Warsaw Concerto, and much more.

Please note that the orchestra will not appear in this concert.

“They have an astonishing ability to convey to their audience the joy and fun inherent in making music”  Barry Wordsworth – Conductor

In this YouTube video the Brighton Phil’s Artistic Administrator Ian Brignall chats with the irrepressible duo about what they will be playing in the concert, and why…

Here is a link to another great interview with Worbey & Farrell, with Jo Rothbury in the latest edition of Town & County magazine (Lewes):

“Extremely virtuosic and beyond dazzling”  Sean Rafferty – BBC Radio 3

“Impressive virtuosity and artistry. Truly unique and entertaining. I can think of no better way to draw new audiences to classical music”  Linda Merrick – Principal of Royal Northern College of Music

Tickets range from £14.50-42.50 (50% student/U18 discount, children just £1 if accompanied by full ticket paying adult) and are available from Brighton Dome Ticket Office, (01273) 709709 or online:

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