Summer 2012



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Patrons:      Sir Richard Rodney Bennett, CBE   Pauline Panton, LGSM


First Concert: Friday 19th October 2012


The ever-popular Cameo Opera presents scenes from Mozart’s The Magic Flute and
Cosí fan tutte
, and Rossini’s The Barber of Seville. Performed in costume, with keyboard accompaniment, this will be an enchanting evening of music from some of the greatest operas ever written.


Second Concert: Friday 16th November 2012

KORROS ENSEMBLE (Flute, Clarinet and Harp)

Eliza Marshall, Nicholas Ellis, and Camilla Pay
An outstandingly talented young trio perform a wide-ranging programme of music specially arranged for their ensemble, including Bax’s lyrical and romantic Elegiac Trio, with its hints of Irish folk music, Spanish music from Turina, Falla and the Brazilian Villa-Lobos, plus delightful miniatures from Debussy, Haydn, Stanford and Saint-SaënsTarantella. Lots of lovely melodies to warm an autumn evening!


Third Concert: Friday 8th February 2013

JOHN McCABE (piano)

Our Artistic Director returns to the keyboard to give a recital of music from the era of Jane Austen – she might even have played some of it herself! Sonatas by Beethoven, Haydn and the English prodigy Pinto, who died at the age of 21, Mozart’s C minor Fantasia, and three of the beautiful Nocturnes by John Field.                                          


Fourth Concert: Friday 15th March 2013


A superb quartet from Lithuania (the home of great string-playing), the Kaunas Quartet will perform Grieg’s lovely F major quartet (his “Unfinished”), the supreme A minor Rosamunde Quartet of Schubert, and a charming and witty work by Vidmantas Bartulis (the cellist’s brother), Four Consolations for Sad Cello and Song without Words.

This concert is being given in association with the Lithuanian Embassy in London.

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