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British Art Song Competition (BASC) 2017 - Saturday 21st October

Masterclass with Dame Felicity Palmer and presentation of prizes 

- find names of Prize-winners on the News page.

 

The Nicholas Boas Charitable Trust, 22 Mansfield Street, London W1G 9NR 

 In association with the London Song Festival.www.londonsongfestival.org

Ages ranged from 18 to 35 (35 years being the age limit). English singers were the most numerous, but we have heard applicants from Scotland, Hong Kong, Portugal, Canada and Colombia as well.

The decision to make Peter Warlock the compulsory composer out of the two songs presented by each singer was questioned by some people who regarded him as not exactly an unknown. However, our survey during the course of the audition proved that 90% of these young singers were preparing a Warlock song for the first time. And it was good to hear that some were already planning to include his music in a future recital because of their introduction to his songs via BASC 2017. 

 

At the end of the second masterclass, Dame Felicity Palmer awarded a first prize of £500 donated by the BMS and The Stephen and Diane Trowell Prizes of second place £250 and third place £100 generously donated once more by our Treasurer.

All finalists were presented with a gift of the Composer Profiles and a BMS CD as well as other items. If possible, we would like to explore the possibility of extending this gesture to a gift bag by inviting BMS members and other interested parties to donate material relevant to young professional singers at the start of their careers - perhaps a recording, score, book or even a voucher. If you have something you would like us to consider for inclusion please contact Wendy Hiscocks first via e-mail before going to the expense of posting any material.

Other Concerts and Events

 

In this section, members may submit infomation about British music events around the UK and beyond. We very much hope this will be a source of inspiration!

 

Please note that whilst every effort is made to check the details which are posted here, they are provided by a third party. You should always check programmes, venues and dates before travelling to these events.

3rd - 5th November 2017 

Canterbury
Stanford Festival Weekend

http://www.thestanfordsociety.org/annual-festival/

 

Saturday 4th November, 1.30-3pm
St Gregory's Centre, North Holmes Road, Canterbury CT1 1QU
Stanford Characteristic Pieces, Irish Rhapsody no.6
Goossens: Violin Sonata no.1
Bridge: Melodie
Howells: Three Pieces 
David Matthews: Romanza

Madeleine Mitchell, violin
Rudi Eastwood, piano
https://www.canterburyfestival.co.uk/whats-on/music/madeleine-mitchell.aspx

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Sunday 5th November 2017 at 2.45PM
Assembly Hall, Worthing
Manuel de Falla: Ritual Fire Dance
Doreen Carwithen:Travel Royal Suite
Rodrigo: Concierto di Aranjuez
Rimsky Korsakov: Flight of the Bumble Bee
Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 2 'Little Russian'

Worthing Symphony Orchestra

Conductor, John Gibbons

Craig Ogden - Guitarist

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Thursday 9th November 2017, 7.30-8.30pm 
Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, USA
A Century of British Violin Music 
Judith WEIR Atlantic Drift duos *
Rebecca CLARKE Nocturne for 2 violins & piano * 
John IRELAND Vln Sonata no.2 (1917)
Herbert HOWELLS 3 Pieces (1917) 
Michael NYMAN Taking it as Read 
Frank BRIDGE Morceau Caracteristique 

Madeleine Mitchell volin
*Cora Cooper violin
Amanda Arrington piano
Free admission
http://www.k-state.edu/music/events/index.html

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Friday 10th November 2017, 7.30pm
High Street Methodist Church, Witney, OX28 6HG
Herbert Howells, Requiem
The Carice Singers

https://www.thecaricesingers.co.uk/events

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Friday 10th November 2017 at 1:00pm

Birmingham and Midland Institute, Birmingham
'The Slaughter of the Times': English Piano Music and the First World War
Cyril Scott: Britain's War March
Lord Berners: Trois Petites Marches funebres
William Baines: Seven Preludes
John Ireland: London Pieces
Arnold Bax: Sonata No. 2

Eric McElroy, piano
http://bmi.org.uk/events.html

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Saturday 11th November 2017
Vaughan Williams: Job: A Masque for Dancing
Ravel - Piano Concerto for the Left Hand
Dinara Klinton - Soloist
Walton - Portsmouth Point
Martinu - The Frescoes of Piero della Francesca
Northampton Symphony Orchestra
John Gibbons, conductor

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Sunday 12 Nov 2017 7.30pm
The Forum Theatre, Malvern
Butterworth: A Shropshire Lad
R Strauss: Four Last Songs
Elgar/Payne: Symphony No 3

Chandos Orchestra

Michael Lloyd  conductor
Alison Roddy  soprano

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Sunday 12th Nov,2017, 2-3.30pm 
Texas Tech University, Lubbock Texas, USA 
A Century of British Violin Music 
Judith WEIR Atlantic Drift duos *
Rebecca CLARKE Nocturne for 2 violins & piano * 
John IRELAND Vln Sonata no.2 (1917)
Herbert HOWELLS 3 Pieces (1917) 
Michael NYMAN Taking it as Read (for MM 2007)
Frank BRIDGE Morceau Caracteristique 

Free admission
https://www.depts.ttu.edu/music/news-events/calendar.php

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Wednesday 15th November 2017 at 7.30pm
Winston Theatre, First Floor, University of Bristol Students' Union, Queens Road, Clifton Bristol BS8 1LN

BOpS presents Sāvitri and The Wandering Scholar
BOpSFest presents a double-bill of seminal short operas by Gustav Holst: Sāvitri (1916) & The Wandering Scholar (1934). The two works are dramatic, emotional, and musically rich – and each comes to only half an hour! Sāvitri is a timeless tale of love conquering death. After her husband Satyavān is taken by Death, Sāvitri uses her powers of persuasion and devotion to win her partner back. By contrast, The Wandering Scholar is an ironic comedy. When her husband goes to town, Alison becomes embroiled in a web of love and deceit, involving a lecherous priest and a cunning scholar. An absurd farce ensues, reminiscent of Shakespeare and Fawlty Towers. Together, the pieces present a diverse spectrum of opera’s possibilities. Their universal themes and brief running times make them very accessible – and a great introduction to opera for newcomers. This unique experience is not to be missed.

https://www.ubutheatre.com/holstdoublebill/

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Thursday 16th November, 2017 7.30pm
The Piano Gallery, Boulder, Colorado, USA
Elgar: Chansons
John Ireland: Violin Sonata no.2 (1917)
Howells: 3 Pieces (1917)
Bridge: Morceau Caracteristique
Nyman: Taking it as Read 

Madeleine Mitchell, paino
Tamara Goldstein, piano 
https://www.boulderpianogallery.com/events.html 

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21 November at 7:30 PM

Cheltenham Town Hall 
(Pre-concert talk at 6:30)

Elgar Violin Concerto 
Brahms arr. Woods- Piano Quartet in A major (world premiere)

English Symphony Orchestra
Kenneth Woods- Artistic Director
Alexander Sitkovetsky- violin

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24th November at 1:15pm

Sheffield Cathedral
Ireland: Sarnia
Bax
Brahms
Eric McElroy, piano

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Saturday 25 November 2017, 7.30pm

St Barnabas Church, Pitshanger Lane, London W5 1QG 

To include:

Matthew TAYLOR Symphony No. 4
WAGNER Ride of the Valkyries
NIELSEN Symphony No. 4

Plus a concerto to be confirmed.

Ealing Symphony Orchestra

John Gibbons, conductor

http://www.ealingso.org.uk/next/

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Saturday 25 November 2017 at 7.30pm
Arnold - Peterloo Overture
Vaughan Williams - Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis
Elgar - In the South
Howells - Hymnus Paradisi

Orchestra of Opera North
Leeds Philharmonic Chorus
Leeds College of Music Student Chorus
St Peter's Singers
David Hill - conductor
Sarah Fox - soprano
Ben Hulett - tenor

Pre-concert talk 6:45pm - Peter Whitfield discusses this evening's works.
http://www.leeds.gov.uk/LeedsConcertSeason/Pages/Event.aspx?s=6081

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25 November 2017 7.30pm
St Mary's Church, Hitchin SG5 1HP
Hitchin Symphony Orchestra (Leader: Janet Hicks)
Conductor: Paul Adrian Rooke
Paul Ibbotson: Concerto for Violoncello and Orchestra (First performance) 
Soloist: Lydia Dobson (RCM and a BBC Classical Introducing Artist)
Mozart: Overture to Cosi fan tutte

Beethoven: Symphony No.7

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25th November 2017 at 7:30pm
West London Sinfonia Concert: Music and Reformation
St Michael and All Angels Churc, Bath Road, London W4 1TT
Bach / Stokowski: Ein Feste Burg ist unser Gott 
Cecilia Mcdowall: Floreat Oriana 
Wagner: Parsifal: Prelude and Good Fridya Music 
Mendelssohn: Symphony No.5 (Reformation)
Guest Conductor: Marc Dooley
Leader: Iwona Boesche
www.westlondonsinfonia.org

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30th November at 2:00pm
Shrewsbury Gateway Arts Centre

Ireland: London Pieces
McElroy
Brahms
Bax
Eric McElroy, piano

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30th November 2017  
Cadogan Hall, London
Vaughan Williams: Hodie 
Elgar: Cello Concerto
Parry: 'Blest Pair of Sirens'

London Chorus

New London Orchestra

Ronald Corp, conductor

https://www.cadoganhall.com/event/the-london-chorus-171130/

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3rd December 2017 at 6:30pm

Kings Place: Hall One, London
Elgar: Introduction and Allegro for string quartet and string orchestra, Op.47
Holst I.: The Fall of the Leaf

Ireland: Cello Sonata
Rubbra: Soliloquy
Britten: Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge for string orchestra, Op.10

Orchestra of the Swan
David Curtis, Conductor
Raphael Wallfisch, Cello

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4th December 2017 (evening)
Erin Arts Centre, Isle of Man
Haydn, Brahms, Leighton Five Studies (Selection), Debussy & Mussorgsky

Philip Leslie, piano

https://www.phillipleslie.co.uk/

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Sunday 10th December 2017 at 5.00pm
St Silas Church, Risinghill Street, London N1 9UL 
Beethoven: Coriolan overture
Dvorak cello concerto
Alice Mary Smith symphony no.2 in A minor
Angel Orchestra
Peter Fender, conductor

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14th December 2017 at 6:00pm

Royal Birmingham Conservatoire:
Two piano sonatas by Arnold Bax
Eric McElroy, piano

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Monday 15th January 2018

Royal Festival Hall, London

Gala Concert for the Refugee Council 

Edward Gardner, conductor

Hilary Hahn, violin 

Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto

Tippett: Child of Our Time

Alice Coote, Sophie Bevan, Toby Spence and Brindley Sherratt, soloists

London Philharmonic Orchestra 

London Philharmonic Choir

https://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/whats-on/121997-child-our-time-edward-gardner-conducts-2018

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Tuesday 16 January 2018 at 1.00pm

St George the Martyr Church, Borough High Street, London SE1 1JA 
FREE admission. Light refreshments will be served after each concert.

'Islands'
Robert Percy (b. 1961) - Touching the Void 

Dan Kessner (b. 1946) - Genera

Robert Percy (b. 1961) - New work

Tom Ingoldsby (b. 1957) - The Cathedral

Robert Percy (b. 1961) - Beacons (version for piano, flute and clarinet)

Carla Rees (flutes), Ian Mitchell (clarinets), Clare Simmonds (piano) 

www.boroughnewmusic.co.uk

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18th January 2018 at 1:00pm

Bournville Lunchtime Concert

Friends Meeting House, 65 Linden Rd, Birmingham B30 1JT

John Ireland: London Pieces

John Ireland: Ballade of London Nights

Arnold Bax: Sonata No.1

Eric McElroy, piano 

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Tuesday 30th January 2018 at 1.00pm

St George the Martyr Church, Borough High Street, London SE1 1JA 
FREE admission. Light refreshments will be served after each concert.

'Muscle Memory'
Roger Briggs (b. 1952) - Jitterbug
Robert Percy (b. 1961) - Chopsticks
Edwin Roxburgh (b. 1937) - Prelude and Toccata

Colin Riley (b. 1963) - Joplin Jigsaws

Joseph Horovitz (b. 1926) - Pierrot's Hornpipe

Matthew Schellhorn (piano)
www.boroughnewmusic.co.uk

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Friday 2nd February, 2018 at 7.30pm

St. Luke's Church, Brighton

Haydn                                    Sonata No.60 in C major Hob.XVI/50

Chopin                                   Nocturne in F sharp minor Op.48 No.2

                                              Ballade No.3 in A flat Op.47

John Ireland            London Pieces

Peter Copley             Aubade (UK premiere)

Rachmaninoff          Two Moments Musicaux Op.16

Margaret Fingerhut, piano

Supported by the John Ireland Trust

http://www.stlukesconcerts.webeden.co.uk/

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Friday 2nd February 2018 at 7.30PM
Assembly Hall, Worthing
Bernstein Candide Overture
Barber: Essay No. 1
Gershwin: Piano Concerto
William Alwyn: Penn of Pennsylvania - suite
Bernstein: West Side Story - Symphonic Dances

Worthing Symphony Orchestra

Conductor, John Gibbons

Poom Prommachart - Pianist
http://www.worthingsymphony.co.uk

 

3rd February 2018
St Michael and All Angels, London W4
Bartok: Rumanian Folk Dances
Richard Strauss: Oboe Concerto soloist Bruno Bower
Sibelius: Symphony no. 7
Malcolm  Arnold: English Dances

West London Sinfonia 

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Saturday 10 February 2018, 7.30pm

St Barnabas Church, Pitshanger Lane, London W5 1QG

An Ealing Music and Film Festival concert

DELIUS Appalachia
GERSHWIN Porgy and Bess, Concert Version (arr. Robert Russell Bennett)

Ealing Symphony Orchestra

John Gibbons, conductor

http://www.ealingso.org.uk/next/

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25 February, 2018 at 3:30 PM

Hereford Shirehall Sunday Series
Mendelssohn- Hebrides Overture
Sawyers- Violin Concerto (world premiere)
Schumann- Symphony no. 2 in C major

English Symphony Orchestra

Kenneth Woods, conductor

Alexander Sitkovetsky- violin

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Saturday 5th March 2018, 7.30pm

St Barnabas Church, Pitshanger Lane, London W5 1QG

VERDI Overture – The Force of Destiny
ELGAR Cello Concerto (Cello: Sheku Kanneh-Mason)
Jerome MOROSS The Big Country
GLAZUNOV Symphony No. 4

Ealing Symphony Orchestra

John Gibbons, conductor

http://www.ealingso.org.uk/next/

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Tuesday 13 March 2018 at 1.00pm 
St George the Martyr Church, Borough High Street, London SE1 1JA 
FREE admission is free. Light refreshments will be served after each concert.

Rob Keeley (b. 1960) - Trio in One Movement (2017)

Tom Armstrong – From Consort Music (2016): Monody*** & Concertino***

Janet Oates - Singings and Sayings (2017)***

Colin Riley (b. 1963) - New Work (2018)*** Rhiannon Randle (b. 1993) - New Work (2018)

The Duruflé Trio Henrietta Hill (viola), Rosie Bowker (flute), Clare Simmonds (piano), Janet Oates (soprano) 
 www.boroughnewmusic.co.uk

 

Saturday 17 March 2018, 7.30pm

To include:

ELGAR The Music Makers
RACHMANINOV Three Russian Songs

Ealing Symphony Orchestra

John Gibbons, conductor

With the Lord Williams Festival Chorus

Thame Leisure Centre, Oxford Road, Thame OX9 2BB 

http://www.ealingso.org.uk/next/

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17th March, 2018 at 7:30pm

Malvern Priory
(Pre-concert talk at 6:45) 
Sawyers- The Valley of Vision (world premiere)
Haydn- Missa in tempore belli (Mass in Time of War)
Beethoven- Symphony no. 3 “Eroica”

English Symphony Orchestra

Kenneth Woods, Conductor

Academia Musica Choir

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19th March 2018

Österreichisch-Britische Gesellschaft, Vienna
'The Slaughter of the Times': English Piano Music and the First World War
British Embassy (Vienna, Austria)
Cyril Scott: Britain's War March
Lord Berners: Trois Petites Marches funebres
William Baines: Seven Preludes
John Ireland: London Pieces
Arnold Bax: Sonata No. 2

Eric McElroy, piano

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Sunday 8th April 2018 at 2.45PM
Assembly Hall, Worthing
Walton: Spitfire Prelude and Fugue
Ron Goodwin: Those Magnificent Men in their Flying Machines
William Alwyn: They flew alone
Barbara Thompson: Saxophone Concerto
Ron Goodwin: 633 Squadron
Walton: The Battle of Britain
Beethoven: Symphony No. 5

Worthing Symphony Orchestra

John Gibbons, Conductor

Jess Gillam, Saxophone
http://www.worthingsymphony.co.uk

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Tuesday 1 May 2018 at 1.00pm 
St George the Martyr Church, Borough High Street, London SE1 1JA 
FREE admission. Light refreshments will be served after each concert.
Tim Raymond (b. 1953) - Orbit of Venus (2014)

Richard Blackford (b. 1954) - Sonata (2016)

Jonathan Harvey (1939-2012) - Purgatory from 4 Images After Yeats (1969)

Edward Cowie (b. 1943) - Preludes 1 and 2 from 24 Preludes (2004-2005)

Lisa Reim - Pebbles (2004)

Philip Mead Philip Mead, Piano 
www.boroughnewmusic.co.uk

 

Tuesday 29 May 2018 at 1.00pm
St George the Martyr Church, Borough High Street, London SE1 1JA 
FREE admission. Light refreshments will be served after each concert.
 Matthew Taylor (b. 1964) - Sonata No. 1 (op. 29)

Sally Beamish (b. 1956) - Gala Water (1994)

Sally Beamish - The Wise Maid (1998)

Matthew Taylor - Fantasy Pieces (op. 30)

Joseph Spooner (cello) and Rebeca Omordia (piano)
www.boroughnewmusic.co.uk

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4th - 7th May 2018

Parry and his Pupils Festival:

 

Saturday 5th May 2018 at 7:15pm
Gloucester Cathedral

Gala Concert:
Parry: I was glad
Vaughan Williams: Fantasia on a theme of Thomas Tallis
Holst: Hymn of Jesus
John Ireland: Greater Love
Parry: Ode on the Nativity
Parry: Jerusalem

Philharmonia Orchestra
Zsolt-Tihamér Visontay, leader
Gloucester Choral Society
Oxford Bach Choir
Adrian Partington, conductor

 

Sunday 6th May 2018 5:30pm
Gloucester Cathedral
Choral Hymns from the Rig Veda - Gustav Holst

Two Part Songs - Frank Bridge

Songs of Farewell - Hubert Parry

Saint Cecilia Singers 

Jonathan Hope - conductor

 

Monday 7th May 2018
9:30am – Morning Coffee
10:30am – Instrumental Recital: Royal College of Music
12:00pm – Buffet lunch at Highnam Court
2:00pm – Prof. Jeremy Dibble: Tradition & Innovation in Parry’s Choral Music
3:00pm – Afternoon Tea
4:30pm – Choral Evensong sung by Gloucester Choral Society Consort
Church of the Holy Innocents
Gambier Parry Hall
Highnam Court
Royal College of Music
Prof. Jeremy Dibble
Gloucester Choral Society Consort
Tickets: £54 – includes all events during the day, morning coffee, afternoon tea and fully catered buffet lunch at Highnam Court (tickets for individual events cannot be purchased separately).
To book, click the button below or call the Three Choirs box office: 01452 768928 (lines open 10am-4pm, Monday-Friday).
Bookings open 10am, 4 SEPTEMBER
This day forms the most unique part of the Parry festival, as we move to the village of Highnam where Parry lived as a child.
Students from the Royal College of Music, where Parry was director and taught composition to many of England’s finest composers, will give a recital featuring music by Parry and his pupils. It will be a real privilege to hear some of the most gifted musicians in the world at the very start of their careers, and a great tribute to Parry’s enduring legacy as a composer and teacher.
At lunchtime, we walk across the field to Highnam Court, Parry’s childhood home. There will be an opportunity to explore the beautiful gardens and to see the music room where Parry played the piano.
After lunch, Professor Jeremy Dibble, Parry’s biographer and a great authority on British music of the Victorian, Edwardian and Georgian eras, gives an illustrated talk on Parry’s choral music.
Round off the Festival with choral evensong, accompanied by the organ that Parry used to play. This will be a very special day with rare opportunities to experience Parry’s music in the place where he grew up and to see the landscape of his childhood..

http://gloucesterchoral.com/booking-tickets/gloucester-cathedral/

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9th May, 2018 at 7:30 PM

St Georges, Bristol

(Pre-concert talk at 6:45) 
Elgar arr. Fraser- Piano Quintet
David Matthews- Symphony no. 9 (world premiere- part of the 21st Century Symphony Project)
Elgar- Cello Concerto

English Symphony Orchestra

Kenneth Woods, conductor
Sheku Kaneh-Mason- cello

19 May 2018 7.30pm

St Mary's Church, Hitchin SG5 1HP
Hitchin Symphony Orchestra (Leader: Janet Hicks)
Conductor: Paul Adrian Rooke
John McCabe: Concerto for Chamber Orchestra
Malcolm Arnold: Concerto for viola and Chamber Orchestra

Soloist: Helen Sanders-Hewett
Mendelssohn: Symphony No.3

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Saturday 19th May 2018, 7.30pm

St Barnabas Church, Pitshanger Lane, London W5 1QG

To include:

DVORAK Carnival Overture
George LLOYD Symphony No.4

Plus a concerto to be confirmed.

Ealing Symphony Orchestra

John Gibbons, conductor

http://www.ealingso.org.uk/next/

 

12th June 2018 at 7:30pm
St Paul's Church, London

Charity concert for the Order of St. Lazarus

Jamie Campbell (violin)

Karel Bredenhorst (cello)

Simon Callaghan (piano)
Rachmaninov: Trio Élégiaque No.1 in G minor
Coke: Elegiac Trio in C minor Op. 32
Schubert:Trio in E flat D929

https://www.simoncallaghan.com

 

Saturday 14th July 2018, 7.30pm

St Barnabas Church, Pitshanger Lane, London W5 1QG 

KODALY Hary Janos Suite

BRITTEN Sinfonia da Requiem
DEBUSSY Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune
SCRIABIN Poem of Ecstasy

Ealing Symphony Orchestra

John Gibbons, conductor

http://www.ealingso.org.uk/next/

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28th July - 4th August 2018

Three Choirs Festival

http://www.3choirs.org/Downloads/TCF_Hereford_2018_flyer_single_pages.pdf

Preview details (evening highlights):

 

Saturday 28 July
Ireland: These things shall be
Smyth: Mass in D

 

Sunday 29 July
Holst: The Planets
 

Monday 30 July
Elgar: King Olaf
 

Thursday 2 August
Parry: Blest pair of Sirens
Parry: Symphony No 5
Parry: Invocation to Music

 

Friday 3 August
Ravel Le tombeau de Couperin
Boulanger Psalm 130
Walton Viola Concerto
Stravinsky Symphony of Psalms
 

Saturday 4 August
Vaughan Williams: Toward the Unknown Region
Parry: Elegy for Brahms

Brahms Ein deutsches Requiem

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3rd April 2019 at 7:00pm
Oriental Club, London
Martyn Jackson, violin and Annie Bielby, viola
Mozart: Trio in E flat K498 'Kegelstatt'
Clarke, Rebecca: Viola Sonata
Beethoven: Violin Sonata in A minor Op. 23
Schumann: Märchenerzählungen (Fairy Tales) Op. 132

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