A talented twosome are heading to Berwickshire this weekend to give a flavour of what’s to come from this year’s Music at Paxton festival.
Duende, known to their nearest and dearest as Yvonne Paterson and Andrew Robinson formed in 2006, perform regularly across the UK giving recitals and educational concerts often as part of the renowned “Live Music Now” scheme.
The flautist and guitarist have also performed with the Scottish Symphony Orchestra and Northern Sinfonia among many others and have played. at many prestigious events, most notably for Prince Charles and as a support act for bass guitarist Jack Bruce.
The duo’s extensive repertoire spans many genres including classical, contemporary, easy listening, and Latin-American.
The award winning soloists and talented duo are sure to get the Paxton House audience dancing on Sunday, afternoon with the tango-inspired rhythms and beautiful sounds of the guitar and flute.
Tickets for Duende’s performance at 2.30pm on Sunday are free but you are advised to arrive early to guarantee a seat.
There will be a second taster concert on Sunday, June 15 when pianist Olga Jegunova arrives in Paxton.
For further information on the concerts and Music at Paxton itself visit www.musicatpaxton.co.uk.