BMS Diary

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Concerts and Events

 

In this section, members may submit infomation about British music events around the UK and beyond. Please submit your information to the Publicity Officer in the format provided below including website link.

 

Information is gleaned from many sources.  You should always check programmes, venues and dates before travelling to these events.

Thursday 17th October at 7.30pm

Roxanna Panufnik:  Four Choral Seasons (world premiere)
Delius:  Sea Drift

Philharmonia Orchestra
David Hill, conductor
Duncan Rock, baritone

https://www.thebachchoir.org.uk/concerts/

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Monday 21st October at 7:30pm
Wigmore Hall, 36 Wigmore Street, London W1U 2BP
Ireland: Cello Sonata
Delius: Romance for Cello and Piano
Moeran: Prelude for cello and piano

Roberto Ruisi, Violin
Toby White, Cello
Sten Heinoja, Piano
Marina Staneva, Piano

https://wigmore-hall.org.uk/whats-on/roberto-ruisi-toby-white-sten-heinoja-marina-staneva-201910211930

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Wednesday 23rd October 2019 at 7:00pm

1901 Arts Club, 7 Exton Street, Waterloo, London SE1 8UE

Kaikhosru Sorabji and Peter Warlock

Launch Concert with Brian Inglis, Gabriel Keen, Mark Oldfield and Christopher Scobie

To celebrate the publication of Kaikhosru Sorabji's Letters to Philip Heseltine (Peter Warlock) ed. Brian Inglis and Barry Smith, this event combines music by both composers with an introductory talk and readings. 

​Sorabji's passionate Sonata no.1 for piano and Peter Warlock's quirky Folksong Preludes will be played by Gabriel Keen, while Mark Oldfield and Christopher Scobie will perform a selection of Warlock's much-loved songs.  

Tickets: £10, £5 concessions
Free to members of the Peter Warlock Society and staff and students of Middlesex University.
​(including a complimentary welcome drink - a glass of Prosecco or sparkling elderflower)

https://www.1901artsclub.com/23-oct-2019-launch-concert-kaikhosru-sorabji-and-peter-warlock.html

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Friday 25th October 1:00pm
Jerwood Hall, LSO St Luke's, London EC1V 9NG

BBC Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert
Tippett: Sonata for Four Horns
LSO Ensembles

https://lso.co.uk/whats-on/icalrepeat.detail/2019/10/25/1579/-/lso-ensembles-beethoven-tippett.html

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Tuesday 29th October 2019 at 1.05pm (FREE)
David Josefowitz Recital Hall, Royal Academy of Music, London
Viola Recital

Dale: Introduction and Andante for six violas, Op 5
Bridge: Lament for two violas, H 117
Rubbra: Meditations on a Byzantine Hymn, Op 117a

Kim Becker, Martha Evans, Yiwen Jiao, Edward Keenan, Julie Park and Bo Teng viola

https://tickets.ram.ac.uk/sales/categories/tuesday-series/viola-recital

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Thursday 31st October at 6:15pm
Recital Hall, Royal College of Music, Prince Consort Road London SW7 2BS
Music and Ideas: Oliver Soden on Michael Tippett
Oliver Soden in conversation with William Mival
Described as 'an exceptional piece of work' (The Spectator) and 'exhaustively researched' (The Guardian), Oliver Soden’s new biography of composer and RCM alumnus Sir Michael Tippett presents a fresh reappraisal of one of the last century’s most eclectic and visionary
musicians. Join us as we explore this book and hear some of Tippett’s vocal chamber music.

https://www.rcm.ac.uk/events/details/?id=1789568

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Friday 1st November 2019 at 1.00pm
Jerwood Hall, LSO St Luke's, London EC1V 9NG
BBC Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert
Tippett Piano Sonata No 1; Piano Sonata No 2
Peter Donohoe piano
https://lso.co.uk/whats-on/icalrepeat.detail/2019/11/01/1580/-/peter-donohoe-beethoven-tippett.html 

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Friday 1st November 2019 at 6:00pm 
St Giles' Cripplegate, London
Ralph Vaughan Williams: A Vision of Aeroplanes
Emily Howard: Threnos
Ralph Vaughan Williams: Five English Folk Songs;
Valiant for truth; The Voice out of the Whirlwind

Paul Spicer, conductor
BBC Singers

https://www.bbc.co.uk/events/evqwxj

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Friday 1st November 2019 at 7:30pm
Royal Festival Hall, London
British cinematic music
Arnold: Suite (David Copperfield)
Rota: Love theme (Romeo and Juliet)
Rodney Bennett: Waltz (Murder on the Orient Express)
Rodney Bennett: Love theme (Four Weddings and a Funeral)
Bliss: Suite (Things to come)

London Philharmonic Orchestra 
Piers Lane, piano
Anthony Weeden, conductor

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Saturday 2nd November 2019
St James’s Piccadilly, London
Mozart, Overture The Magic Flute
Ruth Gipps: Clarinet Concerto (First Performance of new edition)
Sibelius, Symphony No 2

Clarinet, Peter Cigleris
Conductor, David Cutts

London Repertoire Orchestra

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/lro-gipps-and-sibelius-tickets-53223710551

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Sunday 3rd November 2019 at 3:00pm

Ivor Gurney Hall, Pitt Street, GL1 2BH 
Gloucester Music Society

Britten: Holiday Diary
Bliss: Valses Fantastiques no 3, Triptych, A One Step
Roderick Williams: Goodwood by the Sea, Sea Fever (Ireland arr Williams)
Bingham: The Moon over Westminster Cathedral
Howells: Slow Dance, Cobbler's Hornpipe
Bantock: Cloisters at Midnight, Memories of Sapphire
Ireland: Decorations: The Island Spell, Moon-glade, The Scarlet  Ceremonies
Adrian Williams: new commission, World Première

Maria Marchant, piano

https://www.gloucestermusicsociety.org.uk

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Wednesday 6th November at 7:30pm
Royal Festival Hall, London
Knights and angels
Elgar: Froissart Overture, Op.19
Alwyn: Lyra Angelica Concerto for Harp and Strings
Lawrence Renes, Conductor
Juliette Bausor, Flute
Xavier de Maistre, Harp
London Philharmonic Orchestra

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Wednesday 6th November

1901 Arts Club, Waterloo, London

English Music Festival event

Bridge: Sonata

Britten: Notturno 

Richard Pantcheff: Sonata (premiere)

Duncan Honeybourne, piano 

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Thursday 7th November at 7:00pm
Royal Festival Hall, London
Henry V Live Screening
Walton: Film music from Henry V 
Philharmonia Orchestra
Frank Strobel, Conductor
Crouch End Festival Chorus

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Friday 8th November 1:00pm
Jerwood Hall, LSO St Luke's, London EC1V 9NG
BBC Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert
Tippett String Quartet No 2
Heath Quartet

https://lso.co.uk/whats-on/icalrepeat.detail/2019/11/08/1581/-/heath-quartet-beethoven-tippett.html

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Friday 8th November 5.30pm

Gloucester Cathedral 
All Souls’ Day Eucharist 

Ian Venables: Requiem Op.48

Choir of Gloucester Cathedral
Adrian Partington, conductor

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Friday 8th November 2019 at 7.30pm
Usher Hall, Lothian Road, Edinburgh EH1 2EA
Vaughan Williams: The Future (World Premiere)
Martin Yates, Conductor
Ilona Domnich, Soprano 
RSNO Chorus  
www.rsno.org.uk/concert/?c_id=964&action=Read+More 

 

Saturday 9th November 2019 at 7.30pm
Royal Concert Hall, 2 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G2 3NY
Vaughan Williams: The Future (World Premiere)
Martin Yates, Conductor
Ilona Domnich, Soprano 

Royal Scottish National Orchestra
RSNO Chorus  
www.rsno.org.uk/concert/?c_id=965&action=Read+More 

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Saturday 9th November 2019 7:30pm
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
British Classics
Elgar Cockaigne Overture ‘In London Town

Vaughan Williams The Wasps: Overture and Suite

Britten Spring Symphony

RLPO
https://www.liverpoolphil.com/

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Saturday 9th November at 7:30pm
Royal Festival Hall, London
Butterworth, A Shropshire Lad, rhapsody for string orchestra
Elgar, Enigma Variations on an Original Theme for Orchestra, Op.36
Walton, Belshazzar's Feast

Marin Alsop, Conductor
Roderick Williams, Baritone
London Philharmonic Orchestra
London Philharmonic Choir

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Sunday 10th November at 7:30pm
Saffron Hall, Saffron Walden
London Philharmonic Orchestra & Marin Alsop
Butterworth, Six Songs from A Shropshire Lad
Walton, Belshazzar's Feast
Elgar, Enigma Variations on an Original Theme for Orchestra, Op.36

London Philharmonic Orchestra
Marin Alsop, Conductor
Roderick Williams, Baritone
Saffron Walden Choral Society

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12th November 2019 at 1:15pm
Bristol Cathedral
Ian Venables: The Stourhead Follies, Op. 4
Eric McElroy, piano

http://www.eric-mcelroy.com/

 

16th November 2019 at 1.30pm
Queen's College, Oxford (Shulman Auditorium)
Ian Venables: The Stourhead Follies, Op. 4
Eric McElroy, piano

http://www.eric-mcelroy.com/

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Monday 16th November 2019
Hereford Cathedral
Vaughan Williams: Serenade to Music
Ireland: These Things Shall Be
Butterworth: Rhapsody: A Shropshire Lad
Vaughan Williams: Dona Nobis Pacem
Hereford Choral Society
Geraint Bowen, Conductor
www.herefordchoralsociety.org/NovemberConcert.php

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Sunday 17th November 2019 2:30pm
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
William Alwyn: Festive March 
Vaughan Williams: Tuba Concerto
Doreen Carwithen: Suffolk Suite

Liverpool Philharmonic Youth Company

Simon Emery, conductor
Robin Haggart, tuba            
Liverpool Philharmonic Youth Orchestra
https://www.liverpoolphil.com/

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Saturday 23rd November 2019

Chester Cathedral

Chester Music Society Choir

Karl Jenkins: The Armed Man 

Finzi: Immortality by Gerald Finzi

Helen Anne Gregory, mezzo soprano
Paul Smy, tenor

Chester Music Society Choir

Liverpool Sinfonia

Graham Jordan Ellis, Director
https://www.chestercathedral.com/events

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Saturday 23rd November

Pittville Pump Room, Cheltenham

The first performance since 1897 of Holst's short choral work 'Clear and Cool' (a setting of Charles Kingsley's poetry) will take place in the performed by Charlton Kings Choral Society and the Regency Sinfonia, conducted by John Wright. It will in fact be the world premiere of the version with orchestra, newly edited by John Wright. In 1897 Holst himself conducted a performance with piano given by the Hammersmith Socialist Choir at the Athenaeum, Goldhawk Road, Shepherds Bush, London with Thomas Dunhill at the piano. In the Cheltenham performance there will also be orchestral works by Holst.

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2019 Highgate International Chamber Music Festival 

23rd - 30th November 2019

www.chambermusicfestival.co.uk/2019-festival

 

Tuesday 26th November 7.30pm

St Michael’s Church, South Grove, London N6 6BJ
Benjamin Britten: String Quartet No.1 in D, Op.25
Benjamin Gilmore

Natalie Klouda, violin

Gary Pomeroy, viola

Ashok Klouda, cello

 

Tuesday 26th November at 10:00pm

St Michael’s Church, South Grove, London N6 6BJ
Concerts by Candlelight
Natalie Klouda: selection of solo & chamber music works including a world premiere
Natalie Klouda, violin and friends

 

Friday 29th November at 7.30pm

St Anne’s Church, Highgate West Hill, N6 6AP
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor: Nonet in F minor, Op.2
Nicholas Daniel, oboe

Peter Sparks, clarinet

Amy Harman, bassoon

James Pillai, horn

Simon Callaghan, piano

Benjamin Gilmore, violin

Gary Pomeroy, viola

Ashok Klouda, cello

Chi-chi Nwanoku, bass

 

Saturday 30th November at 7:00pm

St Anne’s Church, Highgate West Hill, N6 6AP
Gerald Finzi: Interlude for oboe & strings, Op.21
Nicholas Daniel, oboe

Sara Wolstenholme, Natalie Klouda, violins

Benjamin Roskams, viola

Robert Cohen, cello

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Thursday 28th November 2019 at 8:00pm
Holywell Music Room, Oxford OX1 3BN
Pre-concert talk at 7:15pm
John Ireland: Two Songs - Tryst & During Music
Eric McElroy: The Fetch: Five Poems by Gregory Leadbetter (premiere)
Ian Venables: Two Songs, Op. 28 - Flying Crooked; At Midnight
Eric McElroy: A Dead Man's Embers
April Fredrick, soprano
Eric McElroy, piano
www.eric-mcelroy.com

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Saturday 30th November 2019, 7:30pm
St Barnabas Church, Pitshanger Lane, London W5 1QG

Doreen Carwithen: The Men of Sherwood Forest
Howard Blake: Piano Concerto (Julian Trevelyan, piano)

Ealing Symphony Orchestra

John Gibbons, conductor

www.ealingso.org.uk

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Sat 30th November at 7:30pm
Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
The Hallé - The Best of British Cinema
Williams, Film music from Harry Potter (Nimbus 2000)
Sherman, Film Music from Mary Poppins: Overture
Bennett, Four Weddings and a Funeral: Carrie's Bedroom
Nott, Film music from Wallace and Gromit: Theme and Chase
Black, James Bond medley (arr. Black)
Nyman, Film music from Gattacca
Dudley, Music from Poldark
Armstrong, Film music from Love Actually: Glasgow Love Theme
Marianelli, Film music from Atonement: Elegy for Dunkirk
Arnold, Film music from The Bridge on the River Kwai
Jarre, Film music from A Passage to India: Adela
Coates, The Dam Busters March
Boccherini, The Ladykillers: Minuet
Goodwin, Theme from "Where Eagles Dare"
Goodwin, 633 Squadron
Walton, Film music from Henry V
Sutherland, Carry On at Your Convenience (arr. Gavin Sutherland)

The Hallé
Stephen Bell, Conductor

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Sunday 1st December 2019
Alwyn, String Quartet no 1 in D minor
Whettam, Hymnos Quartet
Parry, String Quartet no 3 in G major

Villiers Quartet

https://www.gloucestermusicsociety.org.uk/

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Saturday 7th December 2019 at 7:30pm

Royal Festival Hall, London

Visions of England

Isle of Noises

Purcell (arr. Manze) Suite

Thomas Adès Violin Concerto (Concentric Paths)

Lawes (arr. Manze) Fantasy in G

Job: A Masque for Dancing

London Philharmonic Orchestra

Andrew Manze, conductor

Anthony Marwood, violin

https://www.lpo.org.uk/whats-on-and-tickets/5317-visions-of-england.html

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Tuesday 10th December 2019, 14:00 and 18:00

1901 Arts Club 7 Exton Street, Waterloo, London SE1 8UE

British Song Master Class and British Art Song Competition with Roderick Williams (see News page of this website)

The London Song Festival and the British Music Society are collaborating again this year to hold the British Art-Song Competition, which, as in previous years, will be part of the London Song Festival British Song Masterclass. This year the master-class will be open to voice and piano duos aged 32 and under, and will be given by Roderick Williams OBE, who will select the best duo to be awarded the 2019 British Art Song Competition prize of £800 (kindly donated by the British Music Society) and the winning duo will also be offered a recital in the 2020 London Song Festival.

Duos must be age 32 or under, and will be required to present two songs in English, at least one of which must be a setting of words by Walt Whitman. The audition date will be announced nearer the time. Please note there will be a charge of £40 for each selected duo (there will be no charge for the auditions)

https://www.londonsongfestival.org

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Thursday 12th December 2019 at 7.30pm

Barbican Hall, London

Tippett: Concerto for Double String Orchestra

Elgar: Sea Pictures

Vaughan Williams: Symphony No 4

Sir Antonio Pappano conductor

Sarah Connolly mezzo-soprano

London Symphony Orchestra

https://lso.co.uk/whats-on/icalrepeat.detail/2019/12/12/1560/-/elgar-tippett-vaughan-williams.html

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15 January 2020, 7:30pm

Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall Nottingham

Vaughan Williams: In the Fen Country

Vaughan Williams: Symphony No.6 in E minor

BBC Philharmonic

John Wilson, Conductor

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Sunday 19th Jan 2020 at 7.30pm

Royal Festival Hall, London

Voices of 1945

Vaughan Williams: Symphony No.6

Philharmonia Orchestra

Esa-Pekka Salonen conductor

Tom Blomfield oboe

https://www.philharmonia.co.uk/concerts/2510/voices_of_1945

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Sunday 26th January 2020
Moeran - String Quartet no 2
Rebecca Clarke - Poem
Britten - String Quartet no 1 in D minor

Carducci Quartet

https://www.gloucestermusicsociety.org.uk/

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On 14 th-16 th February 2020 the English Music Festival goes to Johannesburg, South Africa for a three-day Festival. Based in and around St George’s Church, Parktown, concerts will range from performances by local choirs and organists, through to recitals for violin and piano / violin and reciter, to Holst and Vaughan Williams played by a celebrated Johannesburg-based wind ensemble. There will be a number of free events and we intend to involve the local community to the full.

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Sunday 23rd February 2020 at 3:00pm

Ivor Gurney Hall, Pitt Street, GL1 2BH 
Gloucester Music Society

Tomkins - O sing unto the Lord
Byrd - Civitatis Sanctis Tui, Laudibus in Sanctis
Bennett - All Creatures Now
Weelks - As Vesta was from Latmos Hill descending
Tavener - Mother of God her I stand
Macmillan - O Radiant Dawn
Britten - Hymn to the Virgin, The Evening Primrose
Howells - The Scribe
Ireland - The Hills
Finzi - Nightingales, I praise the tender flower, My spirit sang all day
Delius - 3 songs from Six Early Songs
Pearsall - Lay a Garland
Bairstow - Music when soft voices die
Quilter - Daffodils
Holst - Lisa Lan
Vaughan Williams - The Cloud Capp'd Towers, Linden Lea

Octavo
www.gloucestermusicsociety.org.uk

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Wednesday 4th March 2020 7:30pm
St George's Hall Concert Room
A Journeywoman’s Tale
Head: Sweet chance that led my steps abroad 
Gurney: In Flanders
Ireland: Earth’s Call 
Ives: Tom Sails Away
Britten: O Waly Waly
Warlock My Own Country
Vaughan Williams: Songs of Travel 

Jennifer Johnston, mezzo-soprano 
Joseph Middleton, piano
https://www.liverpoolphil.com/

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Thursday 12th March 2020 at 8:00pm

Holywell Music Room, Oxford OX1 3BN
Love's Voice: Intimations in Song ​

Gerald Finzi: O Fair to See
Ian Venables: Venetian Love Songs
John Ireland: Songs Sacred and Profane
Eric McElroy: Palimpsest (premiere)

7:15pm - pre-concert talk with composer, Ian Venables

Anando Mukerjee, tenor

Eric McElroy, piano

Supported by Merton College and Oxford University's TORCH Network.

http://www.eric-mcelroy.com

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Sunday 15th March 2020 at 7.00pm

Barbican Hall, London

British Roots

Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis

Britten: Violin Concerto

Vaughan Williams: Symphony No 6

London Symphony Orchestra

Sir Antonio Pappano conductor

Vilde Frang violin

https://lso.co.uk/whats-on/icalrepeat.detail/2020/03/15/1551/-/vaughan-williams-britten.html

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Thu 19th March 2020 at 7:30pm
Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
The Hallé 
Elgar: Enigma Variations on an Original Theme for Orchestra, Op.36
Butterworth: Six Songs from A Shropshire Lad (orch. Roderick Williams)
Vaughan Williams: Symphony no. 9 in E minor

The Hallé
Roderick Williams, Baritone

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21st March 2020 at 3:00pm
St Mary’s Church, Painswick, Gloucs.
Painswick Music Society
Amy Beach: Romance and Sonata
Tasmin Little, violin
Piers Lane, piano
https://painswickmusicsoc.co.uk/programme/

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Sunday 29th March 2020
Gloucester Music Society

In Gloucestershire
A snapshot of Gloucestershire life as portrayed in the words of Gloucestershire poets and writers and in the music of the string quartet In Gloucestershire by Herbert Howells

Compiled by Christine Talbot-Cooper

Christa Quartet 
James Bolam                  
Susan Jameson
www.gloucestermusicsociety.org.uk

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Saturday 4th April 2020 at 3:00pm
St Mary’s Church, Painswick, Gloucs.
Painswick Music Society
An English Idyll
Holst: St Paul’s Suite
Elgar: Sospiri
Vaughan Williams: Oboe Concerto
Ireland: Downland Suite
Walton: Touch her Soft Lips and Part
Britten: Simple Symphony

Orchestra of the Swan
https://painswickmusicsoc.co.uk/programme/

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Saturday 4th April 2020 at 7:30pm

Fantastic Chronicles
St. Stephen's Church, Enfield

Rustam Khanmurzin, piano 
Ireland: Piano Concerto 
Elgar: ‘Froissart‘ Overture 
Vaughan Williams: 'Fantasia on Greensleeves'. 
Arnold: 'Symphony No. 2'

http://www.southgatesymphony.co.uk

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25th April 2020 at 3:00pm
St Mary’s Church, Painswick, Gloucs.

Painswick Concert Society

Music by Butterworth, Gurney, CW Orr, John Sanders and others.
Roderick Williams, baritone
Iain Burnside, piano
https://painswickmusicsoc.co.uk/programme/

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25th April 2020 at
High Wycombe Parish Church
Hubert Parry: I was Glad
Edward Elgar: Violin Concerto

Edward Elgar: The Banner of St. George 
High Wycombe Choral Society 
The West Forest Sinfonia
Stephen Armstrong, conductor

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Saturday 16th May 2020, 7:30pm
St Barnabas Church, Pitshanger Lane, London W5 1QG

Paul Lewis: Wurlitzer Concerto (Richard Hills, organ)

Ealing Symphony Orchestra
www.ealingso.org.uk

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Saturday 6th June 2020 at 8:00pm

Holywell Music Room, Oxford OX1 3BN
Transformations: Songs of Place and Memory

John Ireland: Marigold - Three Impressions
Ian Venables: The Pine Boughs Past Music
Ivor Gurney: a selection of songs
Eric McElroy: Tongues of Fire - settings of poems by Grevel Lindop (premiere)

7:15pm: pre-concert talk by Grevel Lindop

Supported by Merton College and Oxford University's TORCH Network.

Andrew Randall, baritone

Eric McElroy, piano

http://www.eric-mcelroy.com

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Sunday 5th July, 2020 7:30pm

Saxodies and Symphonies
Saint Mary Magdalene Church, Enfield
Southgate Symphony Orchestra
Robert Burton, saxaphone (BBC Young Musician 2018 Grand Finalist) 

Coates: Rhapsody for Saxophone and Orchestra

http://www.southgatesymphony.co.uk/

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Thursday 9th July 2020 7:30pm
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
RLPO
Walton Overture, Scapino: A Comedy Overture
Vasily Petrenko conductor
Tasmin Little violin
https://www.liverpoolphil.com/

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Saturday 11th July 2020, 7:30pm

Ealing Symphony Orchestra
St Barnabas Church, Pitshanger Lane, London W5 1QG

George Lloyd: Symphony No. 2
William Alwyn: Pastoral Fantasia

www.ealingso.org.uk

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Three Choirs Festival 2020

Worcester Cathedral and other venues (initial programme announcement)

https://3choirs.org/assets/Uploads/TCF-Worcester-2020-Advance-Flyer-Web.pdf


Monday 27th July (am, time tbc) 
Three Choirs Festival, Worcester
Celebrity Organ Recital: David Briggs plays Vierne,
his own ‘Variations on the A Train’ and an improvised
symphony with themes from the audience.

(pm, time tbc)
Robert Plane and the Elias Quartet:
Howells Rhapsodic Quintet
Bliss Clarinet Quintet


Tuesday 28th July (am, time tbc)
Three Choirs Festival, Worcester

Roderick Williams, Adrian Partington (c) and the
Philharmonia Chamber Players tell the tale of the Spanish
Conquest’s voyage to South America in Colin Matthews’

The Great Journey

 

(evening, time tbc)
Dobrinka Tabakova Centuries of Meditations
John Rutter Visions
Britten Saint Nicolas
Three Choirs Festival Youth Choir, Worcester and Gloucester
Girl Choristers, Joshua Ellicott, Geraint Bowen (c)

 

Wednesday 29th July (am, time tbc)
Three Choirs Festival, Worcester
English Symphony Orchestra Double Bill:
Philip Sawyers Mayflower on the Seas of Time
Beethoven Symphony No 7
James Francis Brown Symphony (premiere)

 

(evening, time tbc)
Gibbs Odysseus
Ruby Hughes, Njabulo Madlala, Adrian Partington (c)

 

Thursday 30th July (evening, tbc)

Howells Cello Concerto
Elgar Symphony No 3
Guy Johnston, Anna-Maria Helsing (c) 

 

Friday 31st July (morning, time tbc)
Three Choirs Festival, Worcester
Matthew Schellhorn gives a recital of recently discovered piano works by Howells.

 

(evening, time tbc)
Gabriel Jackson Festival Commission (premiere)
Nick Pritchard, David Hill (c)

 

Saturday 1st August 2020 (evening concert time tbc)
Three Choirs Festival, Worcester
Ireland A London Overture
Vaughan Williams Songs of Travel
Walton Belshazzar’s Feast

Božidar Smiljanić
Samuel Hudson, conductor

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Thu 5 Dec at 19:30
Cadogan Hall, London
The Magic of Christmas
The Magic of Christmas
Finzi, In Terra Pax
Warlock, Three Carols
Vaughan Williams, Folk songs of the Four Seasons
Delius, Sleigh Ride
Hilary Davan Wetton, Conductor
Julia Doyle, Soprano
William Dazeley, Baritone
City of London Choir
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

 

Sun 26 Jan 2020 at 15:00
Courtenay Centre, Newton Abbot
SCAW (Piano/bass clarinet duo)
Ireland, Fantasy Sonata for Clarinet and Piano
Pärt, Spiegel im Spiegel
Weber, Andante and Rondo Ungarese in C minor, Op.35
Finzi, Five Bagatelles, Op.23
Piazzolla, L'Histoire du Tango: Cafe 1930
Piazzolla, L'Histoire du Tango: Nightclub 1960
Sarah Watts, Bass Clarinet
Clare, Anthony, Piano

 

The Carice Singers - Tis Nature's Voice
Wednesday March 18, 2020 at 19:30
Influence Church, Richmond
The Carice Singers 
George Parris (conductor) 
Songs by Howells, Bax, Ireland, Janácek, Elgar, Berg, Ross Edwards, Grieg, Finzi.
The Carice Singers - named after Edward Elgar's daughter - are professional performers who are known for a pure sound and an imaginative approach to a wide spectrum of choral music. Under its Director, George Parris, the ensemble has recorded no fewer than three discs for Naxos, which feature music by English twentieth-century composers, and which have been highly praised by reviewers. In the words of Gramophone magazine, "Few can match the Carice Singers for musicality and beauty of tone".
Influence Church 
Victoria Road
Richmond
North Yorkshire
DL10 4AS

 

Wed 11 Dec at 19:30
St John's Christmas Festival
St John's Smith Square, London
Christmas with the LCS
Britten, Saint Nicolas
Holst, Christmas Day (arr. Owain Park)
Adam, O Holy Night (arr. Max Pappenheim)
London Choral Sinfonia
Michael Waldron, Conductor

Mon 16 Dec at 19:30
Cadogan Hall, London
The Sixteen at Christmas
The Sixteen at Christmas
Walton, Make we joy now in this fest
Martin, Adam lay ybounden
Poston, Jesus Christ the Apple Tree
Warlock, Corpus Christi Carol
Holst, This have I done for my true love, Op.34 no.1
Praetorius, Lo, how a rose e'er blooming (arr. Jan Sandstrom)
Burton, Balulalow
McDowall, Of a rose
Britten, A Ceremony of Carols, Op.28
The Sixteen
Harry Christophers, Conductor

 

Tue 17 Dec at 19:30
Cadogan Hall, London
The Sixteen at Christmas
The Sixteen at Christmas
Walton, Make we joy now in this fest
Martin, Adam lay ybounden
Poston, Jesus Christ the Apple Tree
Warlock, Corpus Christi Carol
Holst, This have I done for my true love, Op.34 no.1
Praetorius, Lo, how a rose e'er blooming (arr. Jan Sandstrom)
Burton, Balulalow
McDowall, Of a rose
Britten, A Ceremony of Carols, Op.28
The Sixteen
Harry Christophers, Conductor

 

Sun 22 Dec at 19:30
Concert Hall Reading, Reading
The Sixteen and Harry Christophers
Walton, Make we joy now in this fest
Traditional, The Saviour's Work (The babe in Bethlem's manger laid)
Martin, Adam lay ybounden
Poston, Jesus Christ the Apple Tree
Warlock, Corpus Christi Carol
Holst, This have I done for my true love, Op.34 no.1
Praetorius, Lo, how a rose e'er blooming
Burton, Balulalow
McDowall, Of a rose
Anonymous, The Salutation Carol
Britten, A Ceremony of Carols, Op.28
The Sixteen
Harry Christophers, Conductor

 

Tue 4 Feb 2020 at 19:30
Royal Festival Hall, London
Mark Wigglesworth Conducts Holst's The Planets
Mark Wigglesworth Conducts Holst's The Planets
Walton, Portsmouth Point Overture
Liszt, Piano Concerto no. 2 in A major, S 125
Holst, The Planets, Op.32
Mark Wigglesworth, Conductor
Khatia Buniatishvili, Piano
Holst Singers
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

 

Sat 18 Apr 2020 at 19:30
Huddersfield Town Hall, Huddersfield
Slaithwaite Philharmonic Concert
Holst, Egdon Heath, homage to Hardy, Op.47
Shostakovich, Violin Concerto no. 1 in A minor, Op.77 or Op.99
Adams, Harmonielehre
Slaithwaite Philharmonic Orchestra
Benjamin Ellin, Conductor
David Greed, Violin

 

Sun 14 Jun 2020 at 19:00
Barbican Hall, London
LSO Artist Portrait: Antoine Tamestit
Walton, Viola Concerto
Tippett, A Child of Our Time
Antoine Tamestit, Viola
London Symphony Orchestra
Alan Gilbert, Conductor
London Symphony Chorus
Simon Halsey, Choirmaster / chorus director

 

Sat 15 Feb 2020 at 19:30
Bedford Corn Exchange, Bedford
Walton, Viola Concerto
Beethoven, Symphony no. 3 in E flat major "Eroica", Op.55
Timothy Ridout, Viola
Philharmonia Orchestra

 

Sun 16 Feb 2020 at 19:30
Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury, Canterbury
Sunshine and Melody
Walton, Viola Concerto
Brahms, Symphony no. 2 in D major, Op.73
Timothy Ridout, Viola
Philharmonia Orchestra

 

Sun 14 Jun 2020 at 19:00
Barbican Hall, London
Walton, Viola Concerto
Tippett, A Child of Our Time
Antoine Tamestit, Viola
London Symphony Orchestra
Alan Gilbert, Conductor
London Symphony Chorus
Simon Halsey, Choirmaster / chorus director

 

Thu 9 Jul 2020 at 19:30
Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool
Walton, Scapino, A Comedy Overture (Overture)
Brahms, Violin Concerto in D major, Op.77
Tchaikovsky, Symphony no. 6 in B minor, "Pathétique", Op.74
Vasily Petrenko, Conductor
Tasmin Little, Violin
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra

 

Saturday 25th July (pm, time tbc.)
National Youth String Orchestra in Tewkesbury Abbey.
Programme to include Howells Concerto for String
Orchestra and Beethoven Grosse Fugue

(time tbc, evening)
Copland Fanfare for the Common Man
Nico Muhly Senex puerum portabat
Stephen Paulus Sea Portraits
Elgar The Music Makers
Marta Fontanals-Simmons
Samuel Hudson, conductor

Sunday 26th July (evening, time tbc)
Elgar Enigma Variations
Parker Hora Novissima
Anita Watson,
Catherine Carby, Ed Lyon,
David Stout, Geraint Bowen (c)

 

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Notes for editor:

 

 

Revised format:

  • Wednesday 3 July 2019, 7.30pm
  •  address and postcode
  •  composers represented: Gipps / Musgrave / Vaughan Williams
  • link to specific event page

 

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