Truro Three Arts presents a concert on Friday, February 9 with French horn player Zoë Tweed accompanied by Julian Chan on piano. 

Their programme will include arrangements of music by Saint-Saëns, Strauss, Schumann and Bozza. 

Originally from Wells, Somerset, Zoë is a busy freelance horn player currently on trial for Principal Horn with the Scottish Chamber and BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestras. She is an avid chamber musician, having both written and arranged works for brass and wind quintet, and is also involved in recording sessions for TV and film. 

Born in Kuala Lumpur in 2000, Julian has won several international prizes. He is a passionate composer and performer of new music, and bears the title of Malaysia’s Youngest Composer, having his first book of compositions published at the age of six. Julian is currently recipient of the Steinway & Sons Award at the Royal Academy of Music.   

The concert takes place at Mylor Theatre, Truro College from 7.30pm (doors open at 7pm). Tickets cost £22.50 (under 25s £5), from Tourist Information Offices, on the door or via the Cornish Riviera Booking Office   

Truro Three Arts is a members’ society and presents six concerts during the season from October to March. Individual ticket buyers are also welcome. To find out more, visit