Sun 7 Oct
The Stanley Hall
Since making their Royal Albert Hall debut in 2016, Scottish/Egyptian sisters Sarah and Laura Ayoub have had a meteoric start to their career. Discovered by Mark Ronson and now signed to Decca Records in partnership with Classic FM, the multi-instrumentalist sisters recorded their debut album with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in the world-renowned Abbey Road Studios. Their album debuted at No.1 in the Official Classical Artist Albums Chart.
The duo have performed across the UK, Europe, Middle East and Asia with highlights including appearances at the Royal Albert Hall, Royal Festival Hall, London Palladium, The Embassy of Egypt, The Cairo Opera House, touring with choirmaster Gareth Malone and a record-breaking debut in China of 13 performances in 4 days.
Now they are coming to Stanley Halls under the care of Archbishop Angaelos, Coptic Orthodox Diocese of London, this is a fund raising event by St Mary & St Shenouda Church, Coulsdon.
“The word ‘incredible’ is overused but good grief, the Ayoub Sisters are exactly that…look out for them!” – CLASSIC FM
“Surely these are stars in the making”. THE INDEPENDENT
On Sunday 7th October 2018 doors will open at 5:30pm for a 6pm start for this not to be missed evening.
6pm: A brief introduction and introductory music
6:15pm: The Ayoub Sisters: classic and popular music
7pm: – – – Interval – – –
7:30pm: Raffle is drawn!
7:45pm: The Ayoub Sisters take the stage once more
Snacks are included in the ticket price of £35 + booking fee with student tickets available at £20 + booking fee.
A little more about The Ayoub Sisters:
The multi-award winning sisters made their live television debut, performing their own arrangement of George Michael’s ‘Mother’s Pride’ at the BAFTAs. That single, along with each single the sisters have ever released reached the top of the iTunes chart within minutes.
Classic Brit and Global Award nominees, Infinitime Music and Young Scot Award winners, The Ayoub Sisters are fast becoming the sound and faces of a truly exciting new generation of classical and crossover artists.
Laura is playing on a 1810 J.Gagliano violin which is kindly loaned to her by Florian Leonhard.