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Free Noelle and Sebastian Grand concert on Sunday

The husband-wife duo is appearing at St. Philip’s in New Hope for the sixth time

Cellist Noelle Casella Grand and pianist Sebastian Grand are performing a free concert at St. Philip’s Episcopal Church, 10 Chapel Road in New Hope, on Sunday, Nov. 20, at 3 p.m.

The husband-wife duo are internationally-acclaimed musicians and local favorites. This show marks their sixth appearance at the church in as many years. The couple directs the Grand School of Music in Buckingham Township. It offers specialized musical instruction by world-recognized musicians and teachers. Pupils have participated in the Philadelphia International Music Festival and the Philadelphia Young Pianists’ Academy.

American cellist Noelle graduated from the Royal Academy of Music in London and studied at Sarah Lawrence College and the Conservatorium van Amsterdam. In 2019, she performed as a soloist with both the Bach Festival Orchestra (Bethlehem) and Amici Strings (Philadelphia).

Raised in Guernsey, near the French coast, pianist and conductor Sebastian is a first-class graduate of the Joint Course between the University of Manchester and the Royal Northern College of Music. He received a master’s degree with distinction from the Royal Academy of Music. He conducts the Ripieno Ensemble of the Youth Orchestra of Bucks County and is entering his second season as an assistant conductor of the Bucks County Symphony Orchestra. He is also on the adjunct faculty of Lafayette College.

They will perform a concert of “French Reflections.” Concerts are open to the public and admission is free. A free will offer will be taken for the artists and for the outreach of the church. Visit stphilipsnewhope.org for more information.

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