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Saturday 13th January at 11am
St George’s Parish Church, High Street, Beckenham BR3 1AX
Recorder and Lute recital
17th century Italian music
A musical journey from the Alps to the Adriatic featuring virtuoso works for recorder and lute from 17th century Northern Italy. Music evoking the passionate excitement of the early baroque in Northern Italy along River Po.
Naomi Okuda recorder & Toby Carr lute
Admission Free – Retiring Collection
Tea and Coffee is served beforehand
Saturday 20th January at 3.00 pm
Friends Meeting House Warwick, CV34 4AX
Concert by Caroline Jones recorders, Charles Matthews spinet, Alison Crum viols
Trio sonatas by Selma, Telemann and CPE Bach
The Stables, Wavenden, Milton Keynes
The Baroque Bohemians
St Mary-at-Hill, Lovat Lane, Eastcheap, London EC3R 8EE
Follia and The Stanesby Players (recorder players Andrew Collis and Will Summers)
A Cornucopia of Baroque Concertos
Virtuoso concertos by J S Bach, Handel, Vivaldi and Telemann played on period instruments in the historic setting of a Christopher Wren church
Tickets £12.00 (students £10.00) available from: www.wegottickets.com/event/426193 or £15.00 at the door
Sunday 11th February
Kings Place Concert Hall, London
The Baroque Bohemians
Saturday 17th February at 1.15
Exeter Cathedral, EX1 1HS
Exeter Recorder Orchestra conducted by Andrew Collis
Music by Farnaby, Dvorak, Debussy, Arnold, Eccles and Schnabel.
Admission: Free but admission charges to Cathedral will apply.
Further Information: Rachael Shearmur 01626 890617 rachaelshearmurgmailcom
St Cecilia’s Hall, Niddry Street, Edinburgh EH1 1NQ
The Flanders Recorder Quartet
Music by J.S. Bach and Telemann arranged for four recorders
J.S. Bach is without a doubt the greatest musical genius that Western culture has produced. His vast yield of outstanding works is constantly performed in a variety of styles and genres. The diversity of his output is presented by the acclaimed Flanders Recorder Quartet with arrangements of expressive chorales, inventive preludes and fugues, lively Italianate concerti and a monumental passacaglia.
Organised by the Georgian Concert Society
Tickets: £20, £18 concessions/£5 students, children, unwaged available from the event website
Sunday 15th April at 7.30pm
All Saints Church, Tudeley nr. Tonbridge TN11 0NZ
A Concert given by Philip Thorby and Tom Beets
Philip Thorby and Tom Beets will be playing some of their favourite pieces for solo recorder alongside some great polyphonic works from the Renaissance.This should prove to be an exciting evening of music with an interesting combination of flavours, styles and choices, including some splendid English and Italian polyphonic repertoire.
TIckets: £10 in advance / £12.50 on the door / £5 students 07855 460115 or email ulliburchettegmailcom