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Mon. 18th June, 1.10pm
St Stephen’s Church, St Stephen’s St, Bristol BS1
The Biber Recorder Duo presents: A Baroque Sandwich
This lunchtime concert is a tasty concoction of Baroque brilliance (including works by Bach, Telemann and William Croft), alongside modern repertoire and a couple of flashy solo pieces for some added spice.
The Biber Recorder Duo are Timothy Lanfear and Jennifer Mackerras (recorders).
Admission free with retiring collection.
Tue. 19th June, 7.30pm
Winchfield Festival Marquee, St Mary’s Church, Winchfield RG27 9DB
K’antu Ensemble: Music in Shakespeare
“These players are expert without being mannered, vivid without being simplistic, wholly alive to the expressive possibilities of Elizabethan and Jacobean music. I cannot recommend them highly enough.” Michael Dobson, Professor of Shakespeare Studies
“An extraordinary and entertaining evening, which ended with an enthusiastic applause and an encore.” Göttinger Tageblatt
*There are a limited number of free tickets for under 18s available over the phone.
Available from: http://winchfieldfestival.org/
Festival Box Office: 07342 321713
Boughton Aluph Church, Kent TN25 4EU
Tabea Debus – recorder
Pawel Siwczak – harpsichord
Telemann’s Subscribers: Michel Blavet (1700-1768), Bach, Handel
Part of the Stour Music Festival
Sat. 23rd June, 7pm
St Matthew’s Church, 29 St Petersburgh Place, London W2 4LA
London Recorder Orchestra
The programme will include:
Die Fledermaus Overture – Strauss
March to the Scaffold – Berlioz
Light-dance – J Dove
Summertime’s Been and Gone – D Moses
Four seasonal haiku – A Melville
Brook Green Suite – Holst
Arabian Dance – Grieg
Finale from American Quartet – Dvorak
Tickets £10.00 (concessions £6.00) will be available at the door and include interval refreshments.
Sun. 24th June, 3pm
The Bene’t Club, Corpus Christi Music Society, Cambridge
The World Première of A Little Book of Proverbs – a piece by David Knotts specially commissioned by the Society of Recorder Players plus music from 16th century Italy and 17th century Germany through to Irish folk tunes.
Zero Gravity, Cambridge’s Recorder Band directed by Evelyn Nallen with Derek Scurll vibraphone, Joshua Mannall xylophone and George Garnett marimba.
Tickets at the door: £7.50
Free entry to members of Corpus Christi
St. Andrews Church, Cheddar
Mendip Consort will be performing a selection of music commemorating 100 years since the end of WW1.
The consort will be supported by Somernotes male voice choir and 2 excellent young violinists, Cristina and Poppy.
Adults £10.00, students £5.00
United Reformed Church, Petworth, GU28 0AW
Palisander with percussionist Guy Shalom.
Inspired by voyages to the New World by Christopher Columbus, Sir Francis Drake and Sir Walter Raleigh, this programme centres on themes of Renaissance exploration and discovery with musical illustrations of journeys to the New World, and includes works by Tallis, Vivaldi, Susato and Dowland.