“Tales of Alice” – Competition Time!

Win an exclusive INVITATION FOR ONE to attend the –

  • Piano Tales For Alice (by Nikki Iles) Book Launch Event
  • at The Tasting Room at Fortnum & Mason in London
  • on Thursday 30th August at 12pm!

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For a chance to win this amazing prize, read on…

Piano Tales from Alice

Nikki Iles collection of 16 pieces based on Lewis Carroll’s children’ classics Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and its sequel Alice’s Adventures Through the Looking-Glass. has proven to be one of the publishing highlights of the year. In my review for Pianodao, I concluded:

“All in all, Piano Tales for Alice is an absolute delight – perhaps EVC Music’s most exciting publication and essential purchase to date.”

In celebration of the book’s launch, publisher Elena Cobb has organised a very special event at an exclusive London location – and in keeping with a very famous scene from Lewis Carroll’s book, an afternoon will be served to celebrate the occasion!

One lucky winner will get the chance to attend
this very special tea party!

This will include the opportunity to meet the composer Nikki Iles and receive an autographed copy of the book, as well as experiencing the finery of one of London’s most famous tea rooms in the company a select few hand-picked guests from the media, examination boards and online writers.

How to Win!

To enter the competition, please answer the following question
using the reply form below:

“What key is Nikki’s piece “The Cheshire Cat” written in?”

The deadline for entries June 14th 2018 at 12 midnight (British Summer Time).

The winner will be announced in the Live Draw to be held in the Pianodao Facebook Page by Andrew Eales on June 15 at 2.00pm.

The winner will also be notified via email, and must then RSVP by July 1st to team@elenacobb.com to accept the invitation.

PLEASE NOTE:  THE DEADLINE HAS PASSED, SO THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED. Thanks to all who took part – the winner will be announced on the Pianodao Facebook Page at 14:00 on Friday 15th June.

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Andrew Eales

Andrew Eales is a pianist, writer and teacher based in Milton Keynes UK, where he runs Keyquest Music - his successful independent music education business, private teaching practice and creative outlet.

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