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Arden Recorder Orchestra

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July 2015 | August 2015 | September 2015


July 2015

Wednesday 1st July

Isle of Man
Red Priest
Handel in the Wind

HRSSaturday 4th July at 7.30

St James Road Methodist Church, Shirley, Southampton SO15 5HE
Hampshire Recorder Sinfonia conducted by Christopher Burgess
Vive La France! A French Collection from C15 – C21
Mouton, le Jeune (quintet), de Lassus, Offenbach, Bizet, Debussy – Helen Hooker solo, Saint Saëns, Fouque (quartet)
Tickets on the door £7 Students £3.50
Information: Poster 01329 834297 hrsathantswebdothantsdotgovdotuk

okuda150704Saturday 4th July at 6pm

St Clement’s Church, Leigh-on-Sea, Leigh Hill, Leigh-on-Sea, Essex SS9 1AR
Recorder & Harpsichord Recital
J.S.Bach and his contemporaries
Naomi Okuda recorder and Pawel Siwczak harpsichord
Admission: £8, Concession £4 children 10 years and under
Poster
Contact & Booking: 07884 148148 saintclementsleighatoutlookdotcom

Wednesday 8 July at 1.15 pm

Guild Church of St Dunstan-in-the-West, 186a Fleet Street, London, EC4 2HR
Baroque Sonatas and Variations – A Recital
Stefan Pilczek
recorder and Chris Mear harpsichord
Arcangelo Corelli, Georg Friedrich Handel, Francesco Mancini, Jacob van Eyck and Anon from ‘The Division Flute’
Admission free

CollisSaturday 11th July at 1.15

The Lord Mayors Chapel, College Green, Bristol BS1 5TB
Music for Recorder and Harp
Bach, Dowland, Piazzolla, Ravel
Andrew Collis Recorders and Robin Ward Harp
Retiring Collection
Information: Poster 0117 929 4350 www.robin-ward.com

Saturday 11th July at 7.30

Holy Trinity Church, Trinity Road, Stroud, Gloucester GL5 2HX
Music for Recorder and Harp
Bach, Dowland, Piazzolla, Ravel
Andrew Collis Recorders and Robin Ward Harp
Tickets: Adults £10/U14’s £2 – Includes Refreshment
Information: Poster 07794 162 108 www.robin-ward.com

SWindrus posterunday 12th July at 3.30

St Peter’s Church, Cassington, Oxon OX29 4BN
Windrush Ensemble
Music for a Summer’s Afternoon
Followed by light refreshments
Admission free, retiring collection for Nepal Earthquake Appeal
Poster

HRSSunday 12th July at 3.30

The Priory Church of St Mary and St Blaise, Boxgrove, West Sussex PO18 0ED
Hampshire Recorder Sinfonia conducted by Christopher Burgess
Vive La France! A French Collection from C15 – C21
Mouton, le Jeune (quintet), de Lassus, Offenbach, Bizet, Debussy – Helen Hooker solo, Saint Saëns, Fouque (quartet)
Tickets on the door £7 Students £3.50
Information: Poster 01329 834297 hrsathantswebdothantsdotgovdotuk

okuda15Tuesday 14th July at 6.30pm

The Church of St Edmund the King, Lombard Street, London EC3V 9EA
18th century French baroque music​ Plaisir des dieux​
Naomi Okuda recorder and Katarzyna Kowalik​ harpsichord
Poster
Admission: £12 including drinks after the concert
Tickets at the door or advance reservation and enquiries: lgsm703atgmaildotcom 07772 436 662

CollisFriday 17th July at 7pm

The Blue Orange Theatre, Gt. Hampton Street. B18 6AD
Medieval to Modern
Andrew Collis Recorder and Robin Ward Harp
Tickets £10/£2 Under 14s Box Office 0121 212 2643
Poster

Friday 17th July at 7.30pm

Forty Hall, Enfield
Secret connections: Dowland, Byrd, Tallis and Shakespeare
Music from Shakespearian England illustrating the conflicts and connections between these key figures in history.
Patricia Hammond Alto, William Summers Recorders, Flute, Stephen Carpenter Lute, Guitar
Tickets at the door or book online www.lokimusic.co.uk
Contact & more information:William Summers 07949 652 315 williamsummersatuwclubdotnet

Manchester Recorder OrchestraSaturday 18th July at 7.30pm

Trinity Church, Hardwick Mount, Buxton SK17 6PR
Summer Concert
by the Manchester Recorder Orchestra Family Friendly
A mixed programme from this entertaining large recorder group. This year includes the well-known Fingal’s Cave, a Dowland tango(!) and a modern jazzy concerto featuring local soloist Martin Bisknell, plus other enjoyable items.
Tickets £8 (Child Free, Conc £7), Ages 8+ on the door

Tuesday 21st July at 1.05pm

All Saints, Gainsborough, Church St, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire DN21 2JR
Wendy Hancock Baroque flute and recorder with Michael Overbury Harpsichord
Programme to include J.S. Bach’s Sonata in A major for flute and obbligato harpsichord, Hoteterre’s Troisième suite in D major from the Deuxième Livre (published 1715), Blavet’s Sonata in G minor for the Troisième Livre (1740), both for flute and continuo, and Handel’s Sonata in F for treble recorder and continuo.
Retiring collection in aid of the church organ fund.
Refreshments will be available both before and after the concert

Friday 24th July at 7pm

Fenton House, Hampstead, London
The Saltarello Ensemble
Heidi Fardell Recorders, Alison Kinder Viola da Gamba, Claire Williams Harpsichord
A Meeting of Minds , 3 Baroque Giants
Music by Telemann, Bach and Handel
Ttickets https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/fenton-house/

SPhoenix posteraturday 25th July at 7.30

Christ Church Cheltenham, Malvern Road, Cheltenham GL50 2NN
Phoenix Recorder Orchestra conducted by Pam Smith with Alison Wray soprano
Composers Past to Present
Josquin, Lawes, Susato, Dowland, Glen Shannon, Rosemary Robinson, Ann and Steve Marshall, Andrew Melville
Tickets: £8 in advance or pay on the door
Information and tickets: Jay Mathews 01367 860869 jaymathews124atmacdotcom
Poster

August 2015

Phoenix OrchestraSaturday August 22nd at 7.30

Slimbridge Wetlands Centre, New Grounds Lane, Slimbridge, GL2 7BT
The Water’s Edge Concert
Phoenix Recorder Orchestra conducted by Pam Smith with soloist Helen Hooker
Tickets £8 in advance from Jay Mathews 01367 860869 jaymathews124atmacdotcom
Ticket holders are welcome to a private viewing of the centre after 3.30pm. Bring a picnic
Poster

September 2015

Saturday 5 September at 7.30

Parish Rooms, Highnam Community Centre, Newent Road, Highnam, Glos, GL2 8DG.
Helen Hooker and Forest Recorders
Helen will be accompanied by Rosemary Robinson on the spinet, and will be joined for parts of the evening by the recorder sextet Forest Recorders. On the programme will be Lassus, Handel and Bach, as well as arrangements of folk tunes from around Europe and some jazz. As if that were not enough, there will also be a fun telling of a version of Cinderella.
Tickets: £10, either on the door, or from Ann Marshall (01452 831654, annatsteveandanndotfsworlddotcodotuk) or online from the website below
Website
Flyer

Last updated July 2, 2015