NORTH NORFOLK MUSIC FESTIVAL
NORTH NORFOLK MUSIC FESTIVAL

THE 12th NORTH NORFOLK MUSIC FESTIVAL 15-27 AUGUST 2016 

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MONDAY 15 AUGUST

From 5.15 PM FESTIVAL MARQUEE, ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

FESTIVAL SUPPER

Classic Greek salad with lemon and thyme chargrilled chicken, bulgar wheat and mixed summer herb salad

Elderflower pannacotta with plum compote and crumble crumbs

£22 per head (includes basket of bread, olives, mineral water and tea or coffee)

 

6.30 PM ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

FLOREAT SONUS

JAMES GORICK conductor

Song of Mary

English Music from the Golden Age featuring William BYRD’s 'The Great Service', and music by Orlando GIBBONS and Thomas WEELKES together with works by Francis POULENC, Maurice DURUFLÉ and Benjamin BRITTEN.

Returning to the Festival for the third time, James Gorick has prepared a programme for ten voices and organ to celebrate The Feast of the Assumption, which falls today.

The programme includes works by three of the greatest English virginalists - William Byrd (1543-1623), Thomas Weelkes (1576 - 1623) and Orlando Gibbons (1583 - 1623). At the centre of the programme is Byrd's 10-part polyphony "The Great Service" a demanding and intricate work on a grand scale. Composed between 1597 - 1604 the manuscript was lost and re-discovered in the Library at Durham Cathedral in 1922.   

TICKETS £22

This concert is generously supported by Susan Thaw

 

TUESDAY 16 AUGUST

6.30 PM FESTIVAL MARQUEE, ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

FRIENDS OF NNMF SUMMER PARTY

Our annual party for the Friends of NNMF will be held in the marquee at St Mary’s Church. Drinks and canapés will be served.

If you are not already a Friend of NNMF why not consider joining?

 

8 PM ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

JOSHUA ELLICOTT tenor

SIMON LEPPER piano

"Your ever loving son Jack"

After his wonderful NNMF recital with Simon Lepper last year, Joshua Ellicott takes part in no less than three concerts this year! The first one takes place exactly one hundred years on from the death of Joshua's great uncle Jack on 16 August 1916 in the Battle of the Somme. This very moving programme includes readings of Jack's letters home to his family in Lancashire set alongside songs about love, parting and death by BRIDGE, FINZI, IRELAND, WOOD, POULENC and DEBUSSY. The letters are witty and funny and follow Jack's development from a teenager to a soldier, his tone changing in keeping with the developments of The Great War.

Inspired by Jack, the programme is dedicated to every soldier who, like him, never returned home.

TICKETS £15 (75-minute concert with no interval)

 

WEDNESDAY 17 AUGUST

4.30 PM ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

ILLUSTRATED TALK

Simon Rowland-Jones introduces his new work ‘Pianto antico’ with live illustrations from Joshua Ellicott and the Carducci Quartet.

FREE

 

5.30 PM ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

TIM HORTON piano

BEETHOVEN

Piano sonata Op.2 No.1 in F minor

Piano sonata Op.2 No.2 in A

Piano sonata Op.2 No.3 in C

Our beloved Tim returns to NNMF for the fifth year running with Beethoven’s first piano sonatas.  The three sonatas Op.2 from 1795 were dedicated to Beethoven’s teacher, Joseph Haydn, who three years earlier had realized that Beethoven would ‘become one of the greatest musical artists in Europe'.  These substantial four-movement works, like many other works by Beethoven, shocked the musical world for their wild boldness and unprecedented technical demands.

TICKETS £15 (75-minute concert with no interval)

This concert is generously supported by Anthony Clamp

 

From 6.45 PM FESTIVAL MARQUEE, ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

FESTIVAL SUPPER

Roast Spanish spiced marinated chicken on a bed of roasted Mediterranean vegetables and couscous with chive and thyme cream cheese

Dark chocolate tart with chantilly cream

N.B. This Festival supper is now SOLD OUT but the same menu will be available for the same price at the North Creake Cafe.  We can book this for you so please let us know when you make your Festival booking.

 

 

8 PM ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

CARDUCCI STRING QUARTET

JOSHUA ELLICOTT tenor

SIMON ROWLAND-JONES viola

BEETHOVEN String Quartet in F minor, Op.95 ‘Serioso’

ROWLAND-JONES ‘Pianto antico’ for tenor and string quartet

MOZART String Quintet in C K.515

It is always a pleasure to welcome back the Carducci Quartet, who perform over 90 concerts worldwide each year as well as running their own record label ‘Carducci Classics’ and an annual festival in Highnam, Gloucester. Two core works from the mainstream chamber music repertoire frame a new work by NNMF joint director Simon Rowland-Jones, a setting of five poems by the quartet’s namesake, 19th Century Nobel prizewinning poet, Giosué Carducci, commissioned by the quartet for their 10th Festival this May.  Joshua Ellicott joins the Carducci in what will be only the second performance of this work, and its composer joins them for Mozart’s much celebrated C major two-viola quintet after the interval.

"...the Carducci String Quartet were stunning...they are clearly musicians of high intelligence..." The Times

TICKETS £20

This concert is generously supported by Baroness Shephard

 

THURSDAY 18 AUGUST

From 5.45 PM FESTIVAL MARQUEE, ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

FESTIVAL SUPPER

Roasted vegetable and goats cheese tart with toasted mixed seeds, tomato salad and basil pesto

Citrus posset with poppy seed all-butter short bread

£22 per head (includes basket of bread, olives, mineral water and tea or coffee)

 

7 PM ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

JOSHUA ELLICOTT tenor

JAMES BOYD guitar

Nocturnal

A programme for guitar and voice interspersed with readings devised by Joshua Ellicott and classical guitarist, James Boyd, in which they explore the dusk and oncoming night through words, both spoken and sung, and solo guitar. As the day slips quietly into night we are held in a timeless state where the human imagination knows no bounds, between light and darkness, the real and the imagined. James Boyd studied at the Royal Academy of Music where he won the coveted Julian Bream prize

The programme includes Songs of the Half-light by Lennox BERKELEY, three songs by SCHUBERT including Nacht und Träume, and songs by BRITTEN, DOWLAND, HAHN, GINASTERA and VILLA-LOBOS

TICKETS £15

 

FRIDAY 19 AUGUST

From 6.45 PM FESTIVAL MARQUEE, ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

FESTIVAL SUPPER

Creake Abbey smoked honey roast ham with homemade chili and tomato jam and summer herb cous cous

Strawberry and white chocolate cheesecake

£22 per head (includes basket of bread, olives, mineral water and tea or coffee)

 

8 PM ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

DORIC STRING QUARTET

HAYDN String Quartet in B minor Op.64 No.2

DEBUSSY String Quartet

BEETHOVEN String Quartet in E minor Op.59 No.2 ‘Razumovsky’

We all missed them last year but now they’re back with two wonderful programmes. This first one includes works by the two greatest and most prolific exponents of the classical string quartet, Haydn and Beethoven, framing Debussy’s one and only masterpiece for the medium. The quartet’s international career has continued to soar and their recordings receive rave reviews. Both Classic FM Magazine and Gramophone Magazine have selected their Haydn recordings as ‘Editor’s Choice’, the latter praising the members of the quartet as ‘musicians with fascinating things to say’.

TICKETS £20

This concert is generously supported by Richard and Briony Linsell

 

SATURDAY 20 AUGUST

From 6.45 PM FESTIVAL MARQUEE, ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

FESTIVAL SUPPER

Classic chicken caesar salad with fresh anchovies, croutons and boiled quail eggs and new potatoes

Raspberry and blueberry brûlée tart

£22 per head (includes basket of bread, olives, mineral water and tea or coffee)

 

8 PM ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

ALEXANDER MELNIKOV piano

SCHUBERT Wanderer  Fantasie in C, D.760

BRAHMS Seven Fantasies Op.116

SHOSTAKOVICH Preludes and Fugues Op.87 (1-12)

One of the most formidable and creative pianists to have emerged from Russia in recent years, Alexander Melnikov was born in Moscow in 1973.  He has established himself as a major international artist, performing with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, the Gewandhaus Orchester, Leipzig, the Philadelphia Orchestra and the Munich, Rotterdam and BBC Philharmonic Orchestras under such conductors as Mikhail Pletnev, Charles Dutoit, Paarvo Järvi and Valery Gergiev.  His programme opens with Schubert’s Wanderer Fantasie, widely regarded as the composer’s most technically demanding composition. In the second half he plays 12 of Shostakovich’s Preludes, about which he writes ‘…throughout Op.87 we hear the voice of a tormented man, finding again and again the superhuman force to face life as it is – in all its variety, ugliness and sometimes beauty’. In 2011 Melnikov’s recording of the Shostakovich was named by the BBC Music Magazine as one of the ‘50 greatest recordings of all time’ and The Sunday Times found the recording ‘simply unforgettable’.

TICKETS £20

 

SUNDAY 21 AUGUST

From 5.45 PM FESTIVAL MARQUEE, ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

FESTIVAL SUPPER

Dressed half a local lobster with roasted red pepper aioli, new potatoes and celeriac rémoulade

Dark chocolate marquise with raspberry coulis and vanilla biscuit snap

£22 per head (includes basket of bread, olives, mineral water and tea or coffee)

 

7 PM ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

ALEXANDER MELNIKOV piano

DORIC STRING QUARTET

HAYDN String Quartet in E flat Op.76 No.6

SCHNITTKE Piano Quintet

BRAHMS Piano Quintet in F minor Op.34

We are very excited to be bringing together such prestigious artists as Alexander Melnikov and the Doric String Quartet. Their concert begins with the last of Haydn’s late Op.76 string quartets, one of the composer’s most startling and visionary works. This is followed by Alfred Schnittke’s stylistically diverse and highly original piano quintet. Composed one year after the death of Shostakovich it shares much of the dark atmosphere of Shostakovich’s own late works. The magnificent Brahms Piano Quintet completes this substantial and powerful programme.

TICKETS £25

This concert is generously supported by Ruth and David Jacobs

 

MONDAY 22 AUGUST

4.30 PM ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

A TALK BY HILARY FINCH

Journalist and broadcaster Hilary Finch talks about her favourite country, Iceland, and its music.

FREE

 

5.30 PM ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

INGIBJÖRG GUÐJÓNSDÓTTIR soprano

EINAR JÓHANNESSON clarinet

BENJAMIN FRITH piano

A programme of music by Icelandic composers from the Middle Ages until today.

The story of music in Iceland unfolds over the centuries in a programme of vocal music for soprano, clarinet and piano as well as solos and duos.

Ingibjörg Guðjónsdóttir is one of the best-known Icelandic singers today and appears throughout the country both as a soloist with Iceland's orchestras and as a recitalist.

She studied at the Gardabaer School of Music before attending Indiana University in Bloomington where her teachers were the two great Romanian sopranos, Virginia Zeani and Ileana Cotrubas. She is the director of the Gardabaer Womens Choir.

Einar Jóhannesson studied at the Reykjavik College of Music and then came to London where he continued his studies at the Royal College of Music. He is principal clarinettist

of the Iceland Symphony Orchestra, a member of the Reykjavik Wind Quintet and the Reykjavik Chamber Orchestra, and he sings with Voces Thules.

Born in Yorkshire, Benjamin Frith studied at Leeds University and later with the legendary Fanny Waterman. He has a busy career as a soloist and is a member of the Gould Piano Trio.

TICKETS £15 (75-minute concert with no interval)

 

From 6.45 PM FESTIVAL MARQUEE, ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

FESTIVAL SUPPER

Dill, pink peppercorn and lime cured salmon gravlax with garlic aioli, pickled cucumber salad and new potato salad

Rhubarb and mango fresh cream pavlova

£22 per head (includes basket of bread, olives, mineral water and tea or coffee)

 

8 PM ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

VOCES THULES Icelandic Medieval vocal and instrumental ensemble

"Of Odin’s Mead Let Draught In England Now Be Quaff’d"

Voces Thules is an ensemble of Icelandic musicians. It was formed in 1991 and is known equally for its performances and research of mediaeval Icelandic music.

The group has acquired an important collection of period instruments, which they use at their performances. Voces Thules plays regularly in Iceland and tours throughout the Scandinavian and Baltic regions. On their recent tour to fifteen Japanese cities they performed before a total of 30,000 people.  

The main theme of the programme for the Voces Thules concert illuminates natural and political turmoil as well as personal and national tragedy described in verse in the Icelandic Sagas.

TICKETS £20

 

TUESDAY 23 AUGUST

7 PM THE MARBLE HALL, HOLKHAM HALL

GOULD PIANO TRIO

MOZART Piano Trio in G K.564

ROWLAND-JONES Piano Trio No.2 ‘Eidfjord’

RACHMANINOV Trio élégiaque No.2 in D minor Op.9

‘The only comparison that comes to mind is the old Beaux Arts Trio; the combination of jewel-like precision and a musical fire that ignites from the first bar.’ (The Washington Post) The Gould Piano Trio, together now for over 20 years, makes its second visit to NNMF with a programme that includes another new work by NNMF joint director Simon Rowland-Jones, his piano trio No.2 ‘Eidfjord’. The work will be first performed at the Gould’s own festival in Corbridge just prior to NNMF. It evokes a summer day spent in Eidfjord, the Norwegian beauty spot which is also the heartland of the Hardanger folk fiddle, a very resonant sounding violin that uses sympathetic strings as well as normal ones. The concert concludes with Rachmaninov’s second piano trio. Elegiac and magisterial, it is a work of epic proportions, which not surprisingly exploits every pianistic possibility to the full.    

TICKETS £25 (Includes interval wine served in the Saloon)

SOLD OUT

This concert is generously supported by James and Olivia Rivett, and Jane and Jeff Thomas

 

WEDNESDAY 24 AUGUST

5.30 PM ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

FERIO SAXOPHONE QUARTET

GLAZOUNOV Saxophone Quartet Op.109

RIVIER Grave e presto

FRANÇAIX Petit Quatuor pour saxophones

LAGO Ciudades

In only the last year this remarkable young saxophone quartet has won no fewer than four major awards: the Royal Overseas League Chamber Music Prize, the Martin Musical Scholarship Ensemble Award, the Tunnell Trust, and the Park Lane Group, as well as appearing at a number of UK venues and festivals. Welcome to the unique and charming sound world of the saxophone quartet and its little-known but absolutely delightful repertoire for the first time at the Festival.  

TICKETS £15 (75-minute concert with no interval)

 

From 6.45 PM FESTIVAL MARQUEE, ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

FESTIVAL SUPPER

Dressed Wells crab with new potato and fennel salad and mixed leaves

Lemon tart with minted crème fraîche

N.B. This Festival supper is now SOLD OUT but the same menu will be available for the same price at the North Creake Cafe.  We can book this for you so please let us know when you make your Festival booking.

 

8 PM ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

VAN KUIJK QUARTET

HAYDN String Quartet in B flat Op.76 No.4 "Sunrise"

RAVEL String Quartet

SMETANA String Quartet No.1 'From my Life'

Joint NNMF director Simon Rowland-Jones was a member of the 2015 Wigmore Hall International String Quartet Competition jury that awarded first prize to this outstanding French quartet, founded in 2012 in Paris. He was impressed by their youthful energy and flair as well as by their outstanding musicianship and it was clear to the whole jury that this was a quartet with a major career ahead of them. We look forward to hearing their colourful programme. 

TICKETS £20

This concert is generously supported by Giles and Sonia Coode-Adams

 

THURSDAY 25 AUGUST

4.30 PM ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

Peter Parker, author of ‘Housman Country: Into the Heart of England’ gives a talk on A. E. Housman and George Butterworth.

FREE

 

5.30 PM ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

GARETH BRYNMOR JOHN baritone

GARY MATTHEWMAN piano

BUTTERWORTH Bredon Hill and Other Songs

BUTTERWORTH Six songs from "A Shropshire Lad"

SOMERVELL The first ten poems from "A Shropshire Lad"

IRELAND Two Songs: The Soldier & Blow out, you bugles (Rupert Brooke)

IRELAND Spring Sorrow (Rupert Brooke)

GURNEY Black Stitchel (Wilfred Gibson) & By a bierside (John Masefield)

Gareth Brynmor John won First Prize at the Kathleen Ferrier Awards in 2013 where "his voice held the audience gripped with its clarity and warmth spread throughout its range." (Geoff Brown, The Times). He studied Geography at St John's College, Cambridge and then went to The Royal Academy of Music. He is currently studying at the National Opera Studio. Engagements this year include the role of Sharpless in Madama Butterfly at Bury Court Opera, recitals at the Buxton Opera Festival, performances in Dido and Aeneas with Armonico Consort and National Opera Studio Gala at Fulham Palace.

Alfred Edward Housman's (1859-1936) ‘A Shropshire Lad’ is one of the most popular works in the English language. Written in 1899 Housman expected the poems to reach a limited, educated audience, fearing the work would be too grim and depressing for Victorians, but during the Second Boer War (1899-1902) and later The Great War, the work found a huge and new audience, moving everyone with its tales of youth, love, separation and death.

No fewer than six composers set Housman’s texts to music. This programme explores songs by two of them.

TICKETS £15 (75-minute concert with no interval)

 

From 6.45 PM FESTIVAL MARQUEE, ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

FESTIVAL SUPPER

Cold roasted rare breed of beef with horseradish and Stilton mayonnaise, dressed mixed leaves and potato and caper vinaigrette salad

Summer pudding terrine with sweet mascarpone

N.B. This Festival supper is now SOLD OUT but the same menu will be available for the same price at the North Creake Cafe.  We can book this for you so please let us know when you make your Festival booking.

 

8 PM ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

MELVYN TAN piano

BEETHOVEN Six Bagatelles Op.126

BEETHOVEN Sonata in E Op.109

CZERNY Five variations on a theme by Rode Op.33

LISZT Sonata in B minor S.178

We are delighted to welcome Melvyn Tan once again, with his very cleverly devised programme. Beethoven was the teacher of Carl Czerny, who in turn was the teacher of Franz Liszt, therefore the concert provides an ideal opportunity for us to hear the links between these three composers.

Melvyn continues to thrill audiences and critics alike - this is what The Sunday Times had to say about his recital in the City of London Festival last July: "Glittering marvels"

One wasn’t at all prepared for this modest manifestation of complete, devastating musicality. Virtuosity became poetry; phrasing became human breathing (not only in the third study, Un sospiro!); and the whole breadth of the keyboard was constantly commanded as though a single handspan. It was pianism as stirring and illuminating as any I’ve heard.”

TICKETS £20

This concert is generously supported by Patricia Hewitt and William Birtles

 

FRIDAY 26 AUGUST

From 6.45 PM FESTIVAL MARQUEE, ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

FESTIVAL SUPPER

Sweet potato, roasted pepper, leek and cheddar cheese frittata, with beetroot relish, mixed leaves and a three-bean salad with mustard seed vinaigrette

Summer trifle topped with toasted almonds 

£22 per head (includes basket of bread, olives, mineral water and tea or coffee)

 

8 PM ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

ANDREI BONDARENKO baritone

GARY MATTHEWMAN piano

Songs by GLINKA, BORODIN, RUBINSTEIN, RACHMANINOV and TCHAIKOVSKY

Andrei Bondarenko was born in 1987 in Kamenez-Podolsky in western Ukraine. He studied at the National Tchaikovsky Academy of Music in Kiev and later joined the prestigious Mariinsky Academy of Young Singers in St Petersburg. He had already been spotted by Glyndebourne where he had been engaged to sing Marcello in La bohème, Dr Malatesta in Don Pasquale and the title role in Eugene Onegin before winning the Song Prize in the BBC Cardiff Singer of the World competition in 2011. After this, offers poured in from around the world to sing major roles in the Teatro Real, Madrid (Count Almaviva), Opera Köln (Eugene Onegin, Guglielmo, Don Magnifico) and Zurich Opera (Belcore and Marcello). He sang the title role in Billy Budd in St Petersburg in the first-ever performance of the opera in Russia.

He comes to Norfolk from the St Margarethen Opera Festival in Austria and opens his 2016/17 season with performances of Onegin at the Dallas Opera. His recording of Tchaikovsky songs with Gary Matthewman will be released later this year.

Gary Matthewman is one of the foremost accompanists of his generation. He works with many of today's leading singers including Adam Plachetka, Markus Werba, Ailyn Perez, Roderick Williams and many more. Last season he gave a recital with Andrei at the Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow.

TICKETS £20

This concert is generously supported by a longstanding Friend of the Festival

 

SATURDAY 27 AUGUST

THREE EVENTS CELEBRATING 100 YEARS SINCE THE BIRTH OF YEHUDI MENUHIN

In 1963 renowned violinist Yehudi Menuhin founded the Yehudi Menuhin School from which many outstanding string players and pianists have emerged.  The musicians taking part in today’s concerts are all ex-pupils of the school and they fondly remember him, not only as their mentor and a giant musical spirit, but also as a man with a brilliant, original mind and one of the most generous and endearing human beings one could ever hope to meet.

COMBINED TICKET for talk and both concerts £25 (saves £10)

 

4 PM ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

Barry Cheeseman in conversation with former Menuhin School pupils

FREE

 

5.30 PM ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

BENJAMIN BAKER violin

BACH Partita for solo violin No.2 in D minor, BWV 1004

BARTÓK Sonata for solo violin, Op.117 (1944)

New Zealand violinist Benjamin Baker was a pupil at the Yehudi Menuhin School from 2004 to 2009. Following selection for representation by Young Classical Artists Trust he has already been a soloist with the London Mozart Players and the Philharmonia Orchestra, as well as giving recitals at important venues such as Wigmore Hall. His programme is unusual in that it is entirely solo violin. Bach’s D minor solo violin Partita with the infamous ‘Chaconne’ is followed by the sonata for solo violin by Bartók, which was commissioned by Yehudi Menuhin in 1943.

Ben plays a Tononi violin of 1709.

TICKETS £15 (75-minute concert with no interval)

 

From 6.45 PM FESTIVAL MARQUEE, ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

FESTIVAL SUPPER

Poached Scottish salmon with sweet pickled red onions, mixed leaves and tabbouleh                           

Summer berry pavlova

N.B. This Festival supper is now SOLD OUT but the same menu will be available for the same price at the North Creake Cafe.  We can book this for you so please let us know when you make your Festival booking.

 

8 PM ST. MARY’S CHURCH, SOUTH CREAKE

MELYN TAN piano

MARCIA CRAYFORD violin

ELISABETH PERRY violin

SIMON ROWLAND-JONES viola

NIALL BROWN cello

MOZART Piano Quartet in G minor K.478

ROWLAND-JONES World première of a new work for Piano Quintet

SCHUMANN Piano Quintet

Two major and ever-popular chamber works by Mozart and Schumann comprise the bulk of the final programme of today’s celebrations, and in between, a new work specially written for the occasion by Simon Rowland-Jones. Some of this evening’s performers go back to the earliest years of the school’s foundation.  Pianist Melvyn Tan and violist Simon Rowland-Jones, both already featured in this Festival, are joined by violinist Marcia Crayford, for 25 years leader of the Nash Ensemble; violinist Elisabeth Perry, currently concertmaster of the Netherlands Radio Chamber Philharmonic; and Niall Brown, co-principal cellist of the Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra and a member of the Kreisler Quartet.

TICKETS £20

This concert is generously supported by Sir Nicholas and Lady Grimshaw

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Patron:

Sir Nicholas Grimshaw

 

Directors:

Barry Cheeseman

Simon Rowland-Jones

 

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Floreat Sonus
Joshua Ellicott
Jack Ellicott
Simon Lepper
Tim Horton
Carducci Quartet
Simon Rowland-Jones
St Mary's angels
James Boyd
Barry Cheeseman and John Myerscough
Doric String Quartet
Jay Moore, Chef
Alexander Melnikov
Alfred Schnittke
Ingibjörg Guðjónsdóttir
Benjamin Frith
Einar Jóhannesson
Voces Thules
Gould Piano Trio
Ferio Saxophone Quartet
St Mary's Church, South Creake
Van Kuijk Quartet
Gareth Brynmor John
Gary Matthewman
Melvyn Tan
Carl Czerny
Andrei Bondarenko
Sergei Rachmaninov
Yehudi meets Charlie Chaplin 1927
Benjamin Baker
Marcia Crayford
Elisabeth Perry
Niall Brown
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