concerts 2012-13

2012:

8 January – no concert

5 February – Valerie Findlay and Olivia Newbold, cello and piano

Bach Sonata BMW 1029 G minor, Janacek Pohadka, Poulenc Sonata

4 March – students from Abingdon school

8 April – Dorchester Wind Players ‘in memoriam Marshall Stoneham’

Chris Britton – flute

Carolyn King, Gill Terrett – oboe

Barbara Stuart, Mark Etherton – clarinet

Lorri Atkins, David Terrett – horn

Simon Payne, Chris Grovenor – bassoon

DWP are a group of wind players who from 1971 used to rehearse with Marshall Stoneham at his house in Dorchester, and played together over forty years with a good deal of continuity of personnel – mostly for fun, but also in concerts and for occasions. The repertory, based on the rich variety of classical and modern serenade music, ranged from the 16th century to the 1990s, from Mozart to Scott Joplin, from traditional to rare works. Many new works and arrangements were made for them, and they gave the first modern performances in recent years of works by Weber, Schubert, Beethoven, Balakirev, and others, including the Earl of Abingdon.

To include excerpts from some of Marshall’s favourite pieces – Gounod Petite Symphonie, Mozart and Strauss octets, Earl of Abingdon’s March, and a sextet by Seiber which famously includes a sneeze!

13 May – Abbey Strings

Baroque program to include Bach suite in B minor with Chris Britton flute soloist, Bach Brandenburg concerto no 3, Vivaldi flute concerto ‘la notte’ with Chris again and a Handel concerto grosso.

10 June 2012 – Olwen Turchetta and Estevan Ellul soprano and oboe

Accompanist Fiona Gannon

Works (duets and solos) for oboe and soprano by Bach, Handel, Telemann, Vivaldi, Schubert, Rossini and Meirion Williams.

1 July – Mami Shikimori, piano

Chopin: Sonata No. 3 in B minor, op 58

Albeniz:  from Iberia

“Evocacion”

“Triana”

Ravel: La Valse

5 August – no concert

9 September – Trios for piano, oboe and bassoon. Glynne Butt, Carolyn King and Simon Payne.

CPE Bach – Three sonatas for oboe, bassoon and piano

Senaille – Introduction and Allegro for bassoon

Saint Saens –  Sonata in D  for oboe

Debussy – 2 Arabesques for piano

Elgar – Romance for bassoon

Poulenc – Trio for oboe, bassoon and piano

7 October – Brass ensemble: Alfredston Brass

Trumpets: Brian Thomas, Jeremy Wood; Horn: Rob Fox; Trombones: Dave Taylor; Tuba: Simon Handley

Imperial Fanfare – David Taylor

Fugue in G minor (“The Little”) – J. S. Bach, arr. Ronald Romm

Folk Song Fantasy – Joseph Horovitz

Music Hall Suite – Joseph Horovitz

Quintet no. 1 – Victor Ewald

Overture to ‘The Indian Queen’ – Henry Purcell, arr. Jonathan Kershaw

Symmetries – David Taylor

Three Characteristic Pieces – Geoffrey Cottrell

Tico Tico – Zequinha de Abreu, arr. David Marlatt

4 November – Serendipity Trio (Chris Britton flute, Keith Fairbairn percussion, Rey Lear guitar)

‘From Baroque to Bacharach – an hour of musical fun’

Music by Vivaldi, Ibert and de Falla, Lionel Sainsbury’s Cuban Dances, Irish and Latin-American folk music, popular songs and tunes from the musicals.

16 December  – Pavlova Ensemble Christmas concert. Chris Britton, Carolyn King, Barbara Stuart, Jenny Morgan, Simon Payne

A Viennese Christmas – Mozart arias, Schubert Trout Quintet, Weber Introduction to the Dance, Strauss Waltzes and your favourite carols! With mulled wine and mince pies

 

2013:

 

January – no concert

3 February St Silas Trio

Diana Hinds piano, Louisa Fuller violin, Gabriel Amherst cello

Dvořák   Dumky Trio

Fauré      Trio

3 March Stella Seaton-Sims and Malcolm Pearce

mezzo-soprano and piano

‘Hearts and Souls’ – Classical songs and piano solos from around the
world – including music by Rachmaninov, Shostakovich, Debussy, Barber,
Turina, Vaughan-Williams and Hugh-Jones.

7 April Boudoir Band

Paul Chapman flute, Isabel Knowland violin, Jacqueline Johnson cello, ARne Richards harpsichord

Baroque Masterpieces
Programme includes music by Vivaldi, Corelli, Sammartini and Albinoni.

12 May Trio Sospiroso

Clare Mello flute, Sue Black viola, Jenny Broome harp

‘A programme inspired by dance’

Cuatro Danzas Sibilinas by Eduardo Angulo. Passionate and high-spirited music from Latin America, with the evocative sound of the alto flute.

Children’s Corner Suite by Debussy. Six images from childhood in a delicate and colourful orchestration.

Aegean Dances by Edward Watson. LIght-hearted music inspired by Greek folk dances.

9 June Harmonie Musik   3pm

classical wind octets

Matthias Winkel Anna Brunton oboes
Barbara Stuart Malcolm Sadler clarinets
Chris Grovenor Alison Seymour bassoons
John James Alex Robinson horns

Krommer – Partita op57
Seiber – Serenade
Mozart – Arias from Don Giovanni (arr. Triebensee)
Myslivecek – Ottetto

7 July OXYBAROXY – Oxfordshire Youth Baroque Strings

Directed by Mark Levy in a programme of  18th century Concertos and Arias

Concerto in C major – Vivaldi (RV 533) – Lily Vernon and Ella de Villiers – Flutes

Handel Arias – Bethan Rose – Soprano

Concerto in A minor – Vivaldi (Rv 533) – Alex Gunasekera and Leo Appel – Violins

August – no concert

8 September Ning Pookhaothong piano

Busoni Notturno, BV 249
Beethoven Sonata in A flat, op 110
Schumann Carnaval, op 9

6 October John Haworth violin, Marcus Andrews piano

Stravinsky – Suite Italienne for Violin and Piano:
    I Introduzione: Allegro Moderato
    VI Minuetto e Finale
Janacek –   Sonata for Violin and Piano
Beethoven –  Sonata for Piano and Violin in A major Op. 30 no.1

3 November Pro Victoria Singers Duncan Saunderson

Byrd 4 part Mass and motet Ave Verum
Victoria Missa O quam gloriosum and motet O quam gloriosum

15 December Pavlova wind quintet
A great selection of lollipops and one or two more serious pieces, for our annual Christmas concert.
Ticket price includes mulled wine and mince pies.

 

 

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