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1 September 2019
 
2.30pm
St Adrew's Church, Marks Tey
Church Lane
Essex
CO6 1LW

Details:
Web site
Of all the birds - Blondel at Colchester Early Music

 
28 September 2019
 
6.30pm
St Cuthbert's Church
50 Philbeach Gardens, Earl's Court
London
SW5 9EB

Details:
Victor Gomez
Web site
E-mail
+44 (0)20 7101 4479

£15
Haydn: Double Violin and Piano Concerto

Juan Rezzuto, piano
Paola Delucchi, violin
WKMT Ensemble
Alvaro Sisti, conductor

WKMT Featured Piano Student playing Classical Pieces
Haydn: Piano and Violin Concerto Hob XVIII:6
 
3 October 2019 until 6 October 2019
 
Cumnock
East Ayrshire

Details:
Web site
The Cumnock Tryst

Founded by composer Sir James MacMillan, The Cumnock Tryst brings some of the world's greatest musicians into local venues, churches and halls, with the community at the heart of all of its activities.

Details about the 2019 Festival will be announced late Spring 2019.
 
5 October 2019 until 6 October 2019
 
St Leonard's Church
Cotheridge
Worcestershire
WR6 5LZ
Cotheridge Festival - choral and organ music

An art exhibition, food, plus choral and organ music in this twelfth century church.

Details to be confirmed.
 
12 October 2019
 
7.30pm
St Andrew's Church
Farnham
Surrey
GU9 7PW

Details:
Web site
Farnham Sinfonia

Michael Collins, clarinet
Farnham Sinfonia
Elizabeth Cooney, leader
Matthew Taylor, conductor

Sibelius: Romance
Mozart: Clarinet Concerto
McCabe: Red Leaves
Haydn: Symphony 85, La Reine

 
28 November 2019
 
1.05pm
St Bartholomew the Great
West Smithfield
London
EC1A 7BE

Details:
Web site
James Kreiling, piano

To include:
McCabe: Tenebrae

City Music Society

 
25 July 2020 until 1 August 2020
 
Worcester

Details:
Web site
Three Choirs Festival

 
21 July 2019
 
8.00pm
Christ Church Cathedral,
St Aldate's
Oxford
OX1 1DP

Details:
conductor@cathedralsingers.org.uk
Web site
E-mail
+44 (0)1865 305305

Tickets £15/£10(conc) includes a glass of wine in the interval
"Blessed City: Music from Oxford”

The Cathedral Singers of Christ Church

Director - James Morley Potter
Organ/Piano - David Bannister


Music including composers Thomas Weelkes, Edward Bairstow, James Whitbourn & Howard Goodall

 
22 June 2019 until 7 July 2019
 
2.00pm
The Maldon Festival
St Mary's Lance
Essex
CM9 5JB

Details:
Web site
The 2019 Maldon Festival runs from 22 June to 6 July. It offers a fortnight of fantastic events from

 
22 June 2019 until 7 July 2019
 
2.00pm
The Maldon Festival
St Mary's Lance
Essex
CM9 5JB

Details:
Web site
The 2019 Maldon Festival runs from 22 June to 6 July. It offers a fortnight of fantastic events from

 
26 June 2019
 
7.30pm
Goat Lodge Farm,
Goat Lodge Road, Maldon
Essex
CM9 8BX

Details:
Web site

£15.00
Open air opera

Hand Made Opera and Pegasus Strings present Bernstein: Trouble in Tahiti and Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas

Enjoy “Glyndebourne experience” in the delightful grounds of Goat Lodge, home to sculptor John Doubleday and his wife, Isobel. Gates open at 6pm, bring a picnic and enjoy the magnificent views!
 
30 June 2019
 
7.30pm
St Mary's
St Mary's Lane
Essex
CM9 5JB

Details:
Web site

£15.00
Concert for Kieran

Kieran Sampson was one the founders and a trustee of the Maldon Festival and did much of the hard work behind the scenes. In February this year he unexpectedly died. Kieran’s friends from the professional music world come together to offer a varied programme ranging from Byrd’s Masses (sung by St Mary’s Choir) via string music by Bach to two pieces composed in his memory: Alan Bullard plays his own Piano Prelude and the choir sings Ivan Moody’s In Paradisum. All performers are giving their time free as we raise money to establish a choral scholarship in Kieran’s name (he was a founder member of St Mary’s Choir in January 2008).

 
2 July 2019
 
7.30pm
Forrester Park
Essex
CM9 8EA

Details:
Web site

£12.00
Folk Music at Forrester Park

Featuring local folk group, Shurig, this is a golden opportunity to connect with Maldon’s rich folk music heritage.
Shurig is a local band based in Chelmsford. Their music ranges across a variety of styles but central is the Celtic tradition, with foot tapping rhythms and haunting melodies. The line up includes James on vocals and guitar, Izzie on vocals, whistles and flute, Colin on accordion and Paula on cello.


The programme will include a variety of beautiful music from traditional songs and melodies to jigs and reels. Old favourites and some more unusual numbers feature. Shurig is known for its modern take on ancient tradition and for its energetic and entertaining performances.

 
3 July 2019
 
7.00pm
The Octagon at St Mary's church
St Mary's Lane
Essex
CM9 5JB

Details:
Web site

To take part: £20.00 To watch: £5.00
Senegalese Drumming Workshop

Modou Diouf is a hugely popular Senegalese star. His effortless mastery of the Sabar drums and huge smile will be set to pulsate through the room, bringing a joy to all those who love his style of drumming. Like festival favourite, Kadialy Kouyate, Moduo comes from a long line of Senegalese griots, official troubadours appointed by the Emperor of the Malinke Empire.




The Sabar drums use hand-and-stick technique with machine gun like cross rhythms, and will require a keen ear and sese of ‘call and response’ structures.
 
4 July 2019
 
7.30pm
Tai Chi Hall
19 London Rd, Maldon
Essex
CM9 6HD

Details:
Web site

£25
An evening of jazz with Joe Stilgoe

Joe Stilgoe is an internationally acclaimed singer, pianist and songwriter with a rich musical heritage (his father is lyricist and entertainer Richard, his mother the opera singer Annabel Hunt). His live shows are a mixture of virtuosic musicianship and breathtaking theatricality, combining on the spot improvisation and the quickest of wits. Joe has toured all around the world with his band and as a solo act, having appeared in jazz clubs from New York to Berlin to Kuala Lumpur, including sell-out runs at legendary London venue Ronnie Scott’s. He has appeared as featured soloist with orchestras including the BBC Concert Orchestra, John Wilson Orchestra, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Northern Sinfonia, Lahti Symphony, and the RTE Orchestra in Dublin.




 
5 July 2019
 
7.30pm
St Mary's
St Mary's Lane
Essex
CM9 5JB

Details:
Web site

£15.00
Triptych: Animal Passions

Christopher Weston, piano, Jeffery Wilson, saxophone and Catherine May, soprano, along with their special guest, baritone Colin Baldy, present Animal Passions

An entertaining and eclectic programme of music with links to the animal kingdom; from The Flight of the Bumblebee to Gershwin’s Walking the Dog.

 
6 July 2019
 
7.30pm
St Mary's church
St Mary's Lane
Essex
CM9 5JB

Details:
Web site

£20.00
Bristol Ensemble: Haydn's Animal Symphonies

A second chance to hear this fabulous orchestra. The Bristol Ensemble is the city’s only professional orchestra. It was founded in 1994 by its Artistic Director and lead violinist Roger Huckle. He studied with Frederick Grinke, and was a regular member of Noway’s Bergen Philharmonic. Roger now dedicates his time to directing and developing the Bristol Ensemble as well as spending time in Bergen.

Haydn: Symphony No 73, La chasse

Vaughan Williams: The Lark Ascending

Haydn: Symphony No 83, La poule

Leopold Mozart: Toy Symphony

 
18 September 2019
 
1.00pm
St James’s Piccadilly
St James’s Church, 197, Piccadilly, London
London
W1J 9LL

Details:
Web site
D&B Duo in Concert

Dubravka Vukalovic, piano
Bruno Vlahek, piano

Claude Debussy Petite Suite
‘En bateau’ ‘Cortége’ ‘Menuet’ ‘Ballet’
Isaac Albéniz Aragón (Fantasía)
Astor Piazzolla Café 1930 from the Histoire du tango
Maurice Ravel Habanera & Feria from the Rapsodie espagnole


‘Brilliant piano mastery of exciting young couple’

Winner of various international awards, including the Monte-Carlo International Competition, and regular guest at the stages across the globe, D&B Piano Duo performs a selection of mostly Spanish and Latin American flavoured repertoire in a dazzling showcase for two players on one piano.
 
26 July 2019
 
1.00pm
St Martin-in-the-Fields
St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 4JJ
London
WC2N 4JJ

Details:
Web site

Free
Free Lunchtime Concert: Albert Lau (Piano)

Albert Lau, piano

Clara Schumann: Variations on a Theme by Robert Schumann, Op 20
Robert Schumann: Sonata No.1 in F-sharp minor, Op 11

Part of the 'Pianists of the World' series

Albert Lau, Young Steinway Artist, performs two masterpieces by two of the Romantic era’s foremost composers - Robert and Clara Schumann. Their intense musical exchanges are evident in these fervent and impassioned works...
 
19 July 2019
 
7.30pm
St James's Church Piccadilly
197 Piccadilly, St. James's
London
W1J 9LL

Details:
Web site
03336663366

£15, £22, £28
The Great Romantics: Season Finale

Harriet Mackenzie, violin
Tim Lowe, cello
Warren Mailley-Smith, piano



Beethoven OP 1 No. 2 in G maj
Melanie Spanswick – special commission
Dvorak Piano Trio No. 4, Op 90 in E minor ‘Dumky’

The West End’s newest chamber music series, www.piccadillychamberconcerts.com returns in 2019, focusing on ‘The Great Romantics’. Each programme features a great 19th century Romantic masterpiece.

Now in its 2nd season, the 2019 series concludes on July 19th with a performance of Beethoven’s mighty brilliant and youthful Piano Trio in G major alongside Dvorak’s heroic Dumky trio. To round off the concert and the entire series, a specially-commissioned work for piano trio by Melanie Spanswick will receive its world-premiere, before the interval.

International violinist-extraordinaire, Harriet Mackenzie is in demand as soloist and chamber musician for her breathtaking technique and has made several acclaimed recordings with leading UK orchestras.
Outstanding virtuoso cellist and winner of many prizes, Tim Lowe is one of the leading cellists of his generation.

Concert pianist Warren Mailley-Smith became the first british pianist to perform Chopin’s complete works from memory in 2016 and enjoys a wide following in London and across the UK.

Audiences will be treated to an uplifting, entertaining and informative musical evening.









 


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