Jeanie Moore – 2017 in Concerts

Tuesday 7th February, 2017|Category: News

We feel privileged to host Jeanie Moore’s International Concert Series at The Duke for another season. Jeanie has brought some spectacular musicians to Plymouth in recent years, with our stunning Restaurant providing the perfect backdrop for the concert series. The domed ceiling in the Restaurant accentuates the acoustics and makes the hotel the perfect venue.

Jeanie is passionate about what she does, when describing her love for the concert series she said:

Below are just some of the fabulous musicians to have performed at the hotel. From left to right: percussionist Sehyogue Aulakh, singer Alice Vickery, harpist Elizabeth-Jane Baldry and Harpist David Watkins. If you would like to read more about these excellent performers, please click on their name.

Jeanie has lined up an excellent array of performers for the 24th International Concert Series 2017, the majority of which will take place on a Sunday in our Restaurant. What a lovely way to brighten up your afternoon! Performances in the past have always been popular, so early booking is advised in order to avoid disappointment!

When asked how she felt to be holding the concert series at The Duke, Jeanie stated:

First in the wonderful line up are Mike Hatchard and Heather Rees who will be performing a piano and dance piece on Wednesday 1st March. Mike is an acclaimed pianist in Jazz and Classical music and Heather is a rhythmic dancer and lecturer in Tap Dance as well as in Modern Jazz and National Dance. For more information about this fabulous concert, please click here.

Craig Ogden will be here on 2nd April performing a classical guitar recital. Craig is one of the UK’s most recorded guitarists and his five Classic FM albums all shot straight to No.1 in the UK classical chart. For more details, please click here.

The third concert of 2017 will be a Violin and Cello performance by Peter Fisher and Peter Adams on 14th May. Both musicians are very accomplished in their field with Peter Fisher rated by The Times as ‘amongst a handful of the world’s finest musicians’. Peter Adams became Professor of viola da gamba and baroque cello at the Royal Academy of Music – making him the youngest ever professor in the Academy’s history. For more information about this highly-anticipated event, please click here.

We cannot wait to welcome Jeanie and her incredible musicians throughout the year, we do hope you will be able to join us. If you would like to purchase tickets, please ring our friendly reception team on 01752 275850 or visit We Got Tickets.

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