Starts: Friday, October 7th 2016 at 7:30 pm
Kindly supported by Making Music’s Philip and Dorothy Green Award for Young Concert Artists Scheme
This talented flautist has recently graduated from the Royal Academy. She says “We love to talk to the audience during the recital, taking them through the development of the instruments, starting with earlier music and moving through to the romantic works of, for example, Spohr, who had a wonderful way with writing for harp”. To complete the trio, she brings two reently graduated players.
The trio will be playing in schools during the day.
Starts: Friday, November 25th 2016 at 7:30 pm
This British five-piece a-cappella group has a wide ranging repertoire of pop and classical works, that they have performed in UK, Europe and USA. Their “Let it Snow” programme of traditional carols and festive hits, is a good opener for the Christmas season
Starts: Friday, February 10th 2017 at 7:30 pm
This duo combines differing enthusiasms. David Le Page (originally from Guernsey) includes Jazz with his classical and modern composers. Richard Jenkinson is well known for his quartet and commitments. Their programme includes Bach, Kodaly, Schulhoff and the Servais Variations on “God save the King”
Starts: Friday, March 24th 2017 at 7:30 pm
Musika Lyra will present a varied programme of music from around the world. The core will be an exploration of “The Russian Romaza” with songs and pieces by Glinka, Tchaikovsky (The Seasons) Rachmaninov (Vocalise) and Khatchaturian (Sabre Dance) and hidden gems by lesser known composers. Woven around the will be romantic music by composers as diverse as Piazolla, Valazquez and Cohen with a few surprise bon-bons on the way. They will also include the wold premiere of the song “To Her” with words by Vasily Zhukovsky (a contemporary of Pushkin) set to music by Julian Milone