The Royal Northern College of Music is hosting a special quiz night on Tuesday 2nd June (6.30pm) to raise funds for the College's Student Hardship Fund and the Manchester Foundation Trust Charity.
It's going to be presented by the musical guru, promoter and producer Pete Waterman, with live music provided by a RNCM musician.
Questions will cover a range of genres and span all eras to test who really know their Mozart from their Minogue, with the organisers hoping that the brass band world will be eager to test their mettle against teams from other musical ensembles.
Tickets cost £20 per household (so no limit on the number of players in a team — as long as they are adhering to lockdown rules!!!)
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Liz Rowley, Deputy Director of Marketing & Student Recruitment told 4BR: "It's going to be a fun event with friendly rivalry so we hope the brass band world will be represented."
To find out more and to enter a household team go to: https://www.rncm.ac.uk/rncm-great-big-charity-music-quiz-booking-form/