A STUDENT has reunited with her former music teacher to perform a Baroque concert in the city.

Cecily Moorsom started learning the recorder with Miranda Dodd at the age of six.

She later sang in the Cathedral Girls Choir and went on to study at Oxford University, as well as the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.

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Now she has returned to Salisbury to play solo recorder alongside her former music teacher, Miranda, in a Salisbury Baroque concert.

The duo will perform in Bach’s wonderful Fourth Brandenburg Concerto on Sunday, March 3 at St Martin’s Church.

The concert, directed by Julia Bishop, who is a regular with the orchestra, will cover the development of the concerto in the baroque period, featuring Corelli and Vivaldi as well as Bach.

More information can be found on the website salisburybaroque.org.uk