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Author has key to success
5:00pm Friday 25th October 2013 in News
AN Evesham author has hit the right note with her new novel The Piano Player’s Son and also struck up a new partnership with the English Symphony Orchestra.
Lindsay Stanberry- Flynn will be launching her second novel about a family shattered by a death and a devastating secret at Worcester’s St Swithuns Institute tomorrow (Friday).
She has also become the writer in residence with the nationally acclaimed orchestra.
“Music, and the piano in particular, play a significant role in my book,” says the writer who also teaches creative writing in Malvern and Evesham and is a member of the a cappella chorus the Vale Connection. “Music is a passion of mine and I’m excited to be working as a writer with the impressive ESO.”
Lindsay has enjoyed writing about Noah’s lot for the ESO productions, in which hundreds of children from seven primary schools across Worcestershire and Gloucestershire will take starring roles.
A selection of youngsters will be playing alongside the ESO.
The concert, which will also feature pupils from the Elgar School of Music, will also be staged at Worcester Cathedral on Saturday (October 26).
The Piano Player’s Son is available from Cinnamon Press, Amazon, and all good bookshops.
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