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Calendar

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Jan 24 @ 1:30 pm
1:30 pm
William Collison tenor Italian love songs by Caldara, Caccini, Giordani & Gluck
1:30 pm
John Dobson piano To a Wild Rose Edward Macdowell Sonata No 2 Op 50 (Eroica) A short series of four Friday concerts in which John Dobson will play Edward Macdowell’s four piano sonatas, which symmetrically surround the set of Woodland Sketches that give Edward Macdowell the Fur Elise moment – the ever popular and beautifully simple To a Wild Rose. Each of…
1:30 pm
Ben Kelly, Millie Williams & James Speakman organ Gigout Toccata in B minor Millie Williams Toccata Music by J S Bach
1:30 pm
John Dobson piano To a Wild Rose Edward Macdowell Sonata No 3 Op 57 (Norse) A short series of four Friday concerts in which John Dobson will play Edward Macdowell’s four piano sonatas, which symmetrically surround the set of Woodland Sketches that give Edward Macdowell the Fur Elise moment – the ever popular and beautifully simple To a Wild Rose. Each of…
Feb 7 @ 1:30 pm
1:30 pm
Tom Clough tenor Vaughan Williams Mystical Songs Haydn In native worth (The Creation) Fauré Après un rêve
1:30 pm
John Dobson piano To a Wild Rose Edward Macdowell Sonata No 4 Op 59 (Keltic) A short series of four Friday concerts in which John Dobson will play Edward Macdowell’s four piano sonatas, which symmetrically surround the set of Woodland Sketches that give Edward Macdowell the Fur Elise moment – the ever popular and beautifully simple To a Wild Rose. Each of…
1:30 pm
James Bagley flute & Viv Jackson piano Fauré Pie Jesus (Requiem) Elgar Serious Doll (Nursery Suite) Debussy Rêverie & En Bateau Godard Allegretto (Suite of 3 pieces) Boehm Souvenir des Alpes Doppler Hungarian Fantasie
1:30 pm
Grace Britten-Knaggs saxophone & Vocal Ensemble Bozza Aria James Rae Toccata Latino (Sonatina) and English music for vocal ensemble
Feb 28 @ 1:30 pm
1:30 pm
Rupert Fell oboe Oboe music from across the ages