Worbey & Farrell, who brought the Brighton Phil’s last season to such an entertaining conclusion in March, are performing in London on Thursday 6 September at 7.30pm. Their Rhapsody in Blue programme at Cadogan Hall includes favourites such as Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture, Saint-Saën’s Carnival of the Animals, Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody, and many more.
Here is a link to a YouTube video of their four hands, one piano arrangement of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue which is the centrepiece of the concert: https://youtu.be/Dy2_vsM66b0
Tickets are £18-28, available from: http://www.cadoganhall.com/event/worbey-and-farrell-180906/ where they are described as: “internationally acclaimed concert pianists with a wicked sense of humour, utterly sensational piano playing and barnstorming blend of sparky humour. Expect exhilarating rhapsodies, dazzling toccatas, beguiling boogie-woogies and sensational piano-playing. The ingenuity of these amazing musicians makes you laugh one moment and takes your breath away the next. Prepare to be moved, delighted and utterly gobsmacked.”
In case you missed it, regular Brighton Phil concert reviewer Susan Elkin (Lark Reviews) conducted an interesting interview with Worbey & Farrell, entitled Dynamic Duo, for the April edition of Ink Pellet, the Arts Magazine for Teachers.
You can read the (three page) interview here: http://edition.pagesuite-professional.co.uk/launch.aspx?eid=6105afe7-f4bf-4632-ae3f-0509c7072c84&pnum=6