The Bentley Bash is back on - Raising Funds through Music

It is not often that the ski racing community gets the opportunity to put the glad rags on and hear some great classical music. The Bentley Bash has raised some much needed funds over the years for British Ski Racing and the event is back on again this year. Hosted over the two nights of October 16th and 17th (Friday and Saturday nights) at Bentley House, near Lewes in Sussex, they promise to be great fun. ... 

With performances from many people already involved in skiing including parent of Delancey British Alpine Junior Team racer Robert Poth, Laszlo Poth on the piano; sister to current Delancey British junior Champion Nick Moynihan, India Moynihan, singing mezzo soprano; parent of racing children Paula Boyagis, also singing mezzo soprano, as well as Georgina Kellen, singing soprano, the wife of the CEO of Snowsport Wales.

There will also be performances by Philippe Ehringer, clarinet and Stefan Holmstrom, Bass Baritone.

With only 70 seats available each night, this promises to a great night and will raise vital funds for British Ski Racing.

To book your seats email as soon as possible. Tickets cost £80 and include a Buffet supper. Friday night performance starts at 6.30pm with the Saturday performance at 6pm.

Click here to download the event flyer for more information on the performers.

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