Bideford Music Club concludes its 50th anniversary series of concerts with a visit by the Litmus Trio. Peter Hewitt (piano), Hannah Lang (flute) and Peter Adams (cello) will play pieces by Mozart, Haydn, Shostakovich and Beethoven at Grenville College o

Bideford Music Club concludes its 50th anniversary series of concerts with a visit by the Litmus Trio. Peter Hewitt (piano), Hannah Lang (flute) and Peter Adams (cello) will play pieces by Mozart, Haydn, Shostakovich and Beethoven at Grenville College on Wednesday of next week at 7.30pm.Peter Hewitt devotes his music making to chamber music and Lieder and over the last 12 years has built up many long term partnerships. He gives an average of 60 concerts each season and has played all round the UK, America and the Middle East.He has played at all the major London venues including a performance at the Purcell Room as part of the prestigious Fresh Series for outstanding young musicians. He has toured Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales and performed with the London Festival Orchestra. He was recently invited to appear in a Virtuoso Pianists series in London featuring six of Europe's finest virtuoso pianists.He has given several world premiere performances and has recorded for BBC Radio and Television, Classic FM, Australian Broadcasting Company and New Zealand Radio. He is in the process of recording the complete Beethoven Piano Sonatas which is receiving considerable critical acclaim.Hannah Lang's recital performances have taken her to festivals and music societies all around the UK and America. She was formerly the editor of Pan, the journal of the British Flute Society which brought her into contact with many of the world's greatest flute players.She combines a career of performing, teaching and music administration and has promoted concerts at major London venues. She has also been producer for several recording projects. Her many concerto performances have included the complete Mozart works for flute and orchestra as well as concerti by CPE Bach and works by Saint-Sans and Georges Hu.Peter Adams at the age of 16 joined the orchestra of London Festival Ballet and in 1984 was made principal cellist with the London String Orchestra and London City Ballet. In the same year he was appointed professor of viola da gamba and baroque cello at the Royal Academy of Music where, at 21, he was the youngest ever professor at the RAM.After four years, he studied for two years at Indiana University, USA where he took lessons and masterclasses with Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi, Janos Starker, Paul Tortelier and Rostislav Dubinsky.Peter is a founder member of the Rogeri Trio and a member of the Bochmann String Quartet. He also appears as guest principal cellist with a variety of orchestras in Britain and is principal cellist of the English String Orchestra.Tickets are £8 (students £1) and are available at the door. For any other information please ring (01237) 423112