Labour MP seeks partners in Westminster string quartet

Classical Music magazine has an interview with Labour’s shadow culture minister Thangam Debbonaire who, it turns out, studied cello at Chetham’s and later privately with Raphael Wallfisch.

She’s wondering if there are two violinists and viola players in the Commons or the Lords who might like to join her in a string quartet.

Here’s her website if you want to get in touch.


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    • I am always surprised that there are Conservative musicians — considering everything that the Tories have done to kill music education in Britain.

  • Conservatives only allowed this side of the referendum on 23rd June, and as long as they are Bremainers.

    Only those who oppose full national self-determination will possess the right tone for this quartet.

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