Upcoming Events

Concerts are on Saturdays and start at 7.30 pm.   Tickets (£16, ages 19-25s pay £5 per concert, under 19s are free) can be reserved by ringing 01462 790573 or by emailing  felicitylowe@yahoo.co.uk.   See the Tickets page for details of the season ticket offer and a link to the WeGotTickets website which offers and alternative way to purchase tickets.    

Autumn 2019 Season:
Click to see page 1 and page 2 of the Autumn Season flyer and here to see the poster.


Autumn 2019 


Sat 21 September Paul Galbraith

Paul Galbraith is well known  internationally for his unique 8-stringed 'Brahms' guitar, for his many acclaimed recordings and frequent world-wide performances.   Until recently living in Brazil he has now returned to the UK.   For more information please click here.






Sat 19 October Cavendish Winds

A dynamic young wind quintet promoted by both Making Music and the Tunnell Trust.   For more information click here.








Sat 16 November Kosmos Ensemble

Violin, viola accordion playing Greek, Turkish, Gypsy, Klezmer, who knows?   "I defy you not to be mesmerised"   The Times.   For more information click here.





Spring 2020 Season:

Saturday 14 March     Sean Shibe, guitar, returns to entertain us with a great programme

Dowland: Selection of Fantasies and Galliards

Bach: Lute Suite in E minor, BWV 996

Sofia Gubaidulina: Serenade 

Rautavaraa: Serenades of the Unicorn

Fennessy: Rosewood

Interval

20-30 minutes discussion between John Taylor, Sean and audience, chaired by one of the committee

 

Saturday 18 April 7.30pm       ‘O clap your hands!’

 The Clare Consort

Graham Ross | director

Graham Ross returns to conduct The Clare Consort in a joyful programme of eight-part repertoire, from Schütz’s Deutsches Magnificat and Holst’s Nunc dimittis to Gibbons’ O clap your hands together and Harris’s utterly sublime Faire is the heaven.  This vocal octet of alumni from the Choir of Clare College, Cambridge also perform three of the great Bach motets – arguably some of the greatest a cappella motets ever composed – and close their programme with some sumptuous and toe-tapping arrangements of Gershwin and Irving Berlin. 

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH (1685–1750) Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied

CHARLES VILLIERS STANFORD (1852–1924) Three motets

HEINRICH SCHÜTZ (1585–1672) Deutsches Magnificat

GUSTAV HOLST (1874–1934) Nunc dimittis

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH Der Geist hilft

- interval -

ORLANDO GIBBONS (1583–1625) O clap your hands together

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH Komm, Jesu, Komm

WILLIAM HARRIS (1883–1973) Faire is the heaven

ĒRIKS EŠENVALDS (b. 1977) Amazing Grace

ĒRIKS EŠENVALDS Stars

GEORGE GERSHWIN (1898–1937) arr. GRAHAM ROSS (b. 1985) Summertime

IRVING BERLIN (1888–1989) arr. JIM CLEMENTS (b. 1983) Cheek to cheek

MARVIN HAMLISCH (1944–2012) arr. JIM CLEMENTS Nobody does it better

 

Saturday 2 May 7.30pm         Ben Goldscheider, French horn and                                          Guiseppe Guarrera, piano.

JORG WIDMANN: Air for Solo Horn

BEETHOVEN: Horn Sonata in F major, Op. 17

SCHUMANN:  Adagio and Allegro in A flat, Op.70

Interval

ESA-PEKKA SALONEN: Concert Etude for Solo Horn

VOLKER DAVID KIRCHNER: Tre Poemi (1986-1987) 13'

YORK BOWEN: Horn Sonata in Eb, Op.101 (20'

 

 


Paul Galbraith