Dartington International Summer School recital

Dartington International Summer School recital

23 August 2015
7:45pm

Dartington International Summer School
Great Hall, Dartington Hall

with Libby Burgess, piano

  • Claude Debussy: Syrinx for solo flute
  • Francis Poulenc: Trio for oboe, bassoon and piano
  • Lennox Berkeley: Sonatine for clarinet and piano
  • Michael Berkeley: Catch Me If You Can
  • W.A Mozart: Quintet in E flat for piano and winds, K. 452

Tickets: £18.50 reserved or £14.00 unreserved / Under 16s £9.25 reserved or £7 unreserved

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Dartington International Summer School

Dartington International Summer School

22 August 2015to29 August 2015

Dartington International Summer School, Totnes, Devon

The ensemble return to the Dartington International Summer School. Sarah Bennington (flute), John Slack (clarinet), James Turnbull (oboe) and Andrew Watson (bassoon) offer wind players of all abilities a supportive and informative workshop environment, in individual instrumental classes, in which to improve technique, hone performance skills and discover new repertoire.

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Septets in Worton

Septets in Worton

5 September 2015
5:00pm

Worton Organic Garden
Worton, Nr Cassington OX29 4SU

  • Berwald: Septet in B-flat major
  • Beethoven: Septet in E-flat major, Op. 20

 

Tickets: call 077185 18964 for further information and availability

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Bass duos in Worton

Bass duos in Worton

18 July 2015
5:00pm

Worton Organic Garden
Worton, Nr Cassington OX29 4SU

  • Henry Eccles: Sonata for cello and double bass
  • David Ellis: Solo Sonata for double bass
  • Imogen Holst: The Fall of the Leaf for solo cello
  • Laurence Osborn: Living Floors
  • François RabbathOde d’Espagne
  • Gioachino Rossini: Duet for cello and double bass in D major

Tickets: call 077185 18964 for further information and availability

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New recording released on Resonus Classics!

New recording released on Resonus Classics!

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This week Resonus Classics released the Berkeley Ensemble’s new recording of chamber works by Lennox Berkeley. Supported by a grant from the Lennox Berkeley Society, the recording features a number of premières including two fascinating early works recently discovered at the British Library.
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Hull: Adès and Turnage

Hull: Adès and Turnage

13 March 2015
1:15pm

Holy Trinity Parish Church, Market Place, Hull

  • Michael Berkeley: Clarion Call and Gallop
  • Turnage: This Silence
  • Adès: Piano Quintet

Followed at 2.30pm by an instrumental masterclass with students from Hull University; observers welcome.

Tickets: £6 (£5, £3)
Enquiries: 01482 462045 or fass-events@hull.ac.uk

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Mozart, Bridge and Beethoven

Mozart, Bridge and Beethoven

18 April 2015
7:30pm

Sevenoaks Music Club

The Ship Theatre, Walthamstow Hall Senior School

  • Mozart: Clarinet Quintet in A K581
  • Frank Bridge: Three Idylls for string quartet
  • Beethoven: Septet in E-flat Op. 20

Tickets: £17, available on the door or via postal booking form

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Berkeley, Beethoven and a Première

Berkeley, Beethoven and a Première

23 March 2015
7:45pm

Luton MusicLuton Library Theatre, St George’s Square, Luton

  • Lennox Berkeley: Diversions
  • Paul Cott: Concerto for viola and wind quintet (world première)
  • Richard Sisson: John Joseph Merlin – Swanwizard on Skates
  • Ludwig van Beethoven: Septet Op. 20

Tickets: £15 (£8 for students over 18, free for under 18s)
Available on the door, from the box office or 01582 878100

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Hull: Beethoven and Schubert

Hull: Beethoven and Schubert

12 March 2015
7:45pm

6.30pm: pre-concert talk with members of the ensemble, free to ticket holders

Hull Chamber Music Society

Lindsey Suite, University of Hull

  • Michael BerkeleyClarion Call and Gallop
  • Schubert: Quintet in A major D 667 (‘Trout’)
  • Beethoven: Septet in E flat major op 20

Tickets: £17 (£15, £5) from:

The Music Office, University of Hull
Phone 01482 465148
Email sdms@hull.ac.uk

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