Convivio: Brandenburgs and Beyond
Apr
28
7:30 PM19:30

Convivio: Brandenburgs and Beyond

Bach Orchestral Suite no. 1
Handel Excerpts from ‘The Water Music.’
Vivaldi ‘Spring’ from ‘The Four Seasons.’
Telemann Concerto for Recorder & Bassoon
Bach Brandenburg Concerto no 4

Our Gala concert surveys well-known music from the Baroque era in a musical feast of great composers. At the heart of the programme are two works of Bach, the fourth Brandenburg Concerto and first Orchestral Suite both of which demonstrate a composer at the height of his powers. Handel’s Water Music, here in arrangement, written for King George the First’s progress on a barge down the Thames is a colourful and energetic work whilst Vivaldi’s ‘Spring’ from the Four Seasons, written for the girls of the Convent School in Venice, brings the Italian style to proceedings in this ever-popular violin concerto. The music of Telemann completes this mighty handful of composers played by the musicians of Convivio, one of the UK’s newest and most exciting Period Instrument ensembles.

Ticket Information

Full price ticket: £20
Friends of Faversham Music Club: £15
Under 25s/Students: £7.50
Under 16s: £5

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Phone: 01795 594460 Website: https://www.thealexandercentre.com/

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Irish Baroque Orchestra: Bach with Kristian Bezuidenhout
May
17
7:30 PM19:30

Irish Baroque Orchestra: Bach with Kristian Bezuidenhout

Programme:

Handel: Concerto in G major, H. 399, Op. 5, Nr. 4 
Telemann: String Quintet in G minor

JS Bach: Harpsichord Concerto in D minor, BWV 1052

Erlebach: Overture Nr. 4, in D minor *from Ouvertures Avec Leurs Airs À La Manière Française 

Telemann: Wassermusik Overture

 Irish Baroque Orchestra are delighted to welcome world renowned guest director, Kristian Bezuidenhout, to Ireland once more for his first performance with the orchestra.

One the world’s finest harpsichord virtuosos, Bezuidenhout turns his soloistic talents towards Bach’s D minor harpsichord concerto which is beautifully complemented by Telemann’s Tafelmusikwhile mythological creatures of Neptune and water nymphs are all depicted in his famous Wassermusik.

We explore three very special venues during this project. The beautiful sacred surrounds of Christ Church Waterford. It is a great privilege to perform in The Picture Gallery at Kilkenny Castle, to mark 50 years of management by the OPW, and it is always such a pleasure for us to perform in the spectacular Castletown House.

The combination of Kristian’s charismatic and virtuosic playing, sublime music in extraordinary venues, this project is not to be missed!

For more information click here.

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Music at St Anne's, Kew: Bach and Beyond
Jun
9
3:30 PM15:30

Music at St Anne's, Kew: Bach and Beyond

Join violinist Alice Earll to listen and explore J.S. Bach’s Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin. They are some of the most exceptional and best-known pieces for unaccompanied violin in today’s canon, but what was the inspiration behind these seminal works? Was Bach’s composition a singular work of genius or the pinnacle of a well-worn compositional path?

Music by Bach, Westhoff and Biber.

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Academy of Ancient Music: Brockes-Passion, Handel
Apr
19
3:00 PM15:00

Academy of Ancient Music: Brockes-Passion, Handel

On the 300th anniversary of its premiere, AAM and Richard Egarr realise a long-held ambition to perform Handel’s mighty Passion-setting of rare humanity and beauty. Composed while the young Handel was at the peak of his operatic success in London, the Brockes-Passion is a sacred opera by another name, so intricate and richly painted areits emotions and events.

Following the Passion story from the Last Supper to the Crucifixion, Barthold Heinrich Brockes’ text was set by numerous composers including Telemann and Fasch, but it is Handel’s treatment which has stood the test of time, inviting its listeners into the heart of the Easter story.

A vivid mixture of chorales, choruses and emotive recitatives is enough to place the work alongside Handel’s finest, but it’s the astonishingly varied sequence of arias – over 40 of them – that sets the Brockes-Passion apart. Egarr has assembled a terrific cast to give what promises to be an emotionally charged performance on Good Friday.

Sung in German with English surtitles.

Pre-concert talk 2pm

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The Sixteen: Israel in Egypt, Handel
Apr
14
7:00 PM19:00

The Sixteen: Israel in Egypt, Handel

It’s not surprising that Israel in Egypt is much-performed. Hailstones and lightning, buzzing flies and leaping frogs, are all brilliantly evoked for choir and orchestra in a series of incisive choruses leading us excitedly through the plagues of Egypt and the crossing of the Red Sea as we follow Moses and the Children of Israel through the story of the Exodus. The epic nature of the story could not be more suited to Handel’s genius for story-telling and drama.

Performers

The Sixteen choir & orchestra
Harry Christophers conductor
Soloists:
Julie Cooper & Katy Hill soprano
Daniel Collins & Edward McMullan alto
Mark Dobell & Tom Robson tenor
Ben Davies & Eamonn Dougan bass

 

Programme

Handel Israel in Egypt

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Hay Music: Dancing with Bach
Apr
10
7:30 PM19:30

Hay Music: Dancing with Bach

J.S. Bach’s Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin are among the most exceptional pieces for unaccompanied violin and were modelled on some of the most populars dances of the baroque era. Find out about the dances Bach used, how he adapted them and the origins of his inimitable style. We will explore the history of the genre and discuss whether Bach’s composition was a singular work of genius or the pinnacle of a well-worn compositional path. Discover how composers such as Biber and Westhoff blazed the trail as much as half a century before Bach had written his collection and listen to their music all performed on an historical instrument. Join Alice for an afternoon of Bach, Westhoff and Biber and more with opportunities for discussion and drinks.

Tickets:  £12 (students £6)

Tickets in person from Richard Booth's Bookshop, 44 Lion Street, Hay-on-Wye

or by telephone: 01497 820322

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Irish Baroque Orchestra: Esther, Handel
Apr
6
8:00 PM20:00

Irish Baroque Orchestra: Esther, Handel

Handel’s setting of the tale of Queen Esther is one of the gems of the baroque oratorio repertoire. Irish Baroque Orchestra, in partnership with Sestina, are delighted to continue their exploration of Handel’s lesser known oratorios following the success of Theodora in 2018.

The Jewish orphan Esther becomes Queen of Persia and saves her people from massacre by the villain Haman in this compelling musical drama. Don’t miss the tale of a triumphant heroine, told in sensuous arias and stirring choruses by master storyteller George Frideric Handel.

Peter Whelan directs Irish Baroque Orchestra with the magnificent young singers of Sestina providing the minor role and chorus throughout. Star Irish soprano, Anna Devin, performs the titular role with Spanish tenor, Jorge Navarro Colorado, returning to perform the role of King Assuerus.

Handel portrays the story with a wide array of musical tones and nuances. A large orchestra with oboe, horns, trumpet and harp enforce the heightened drama at critical points. Listen out for the reflective, and famous aria, Tune Your Harps, and  the triumphant final chorus, The Lord our enemy is slain, Esther has it all.

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Irish Baroque Orchestra: Esther, Handel
Apr
5
7:30 PM19:30

Irish Baroque Orchestra: Esther, Handel

Handel’s setting of the tale of Queen Esther is one of the gems of the baroque oratorio repertoire. Irish Baroque Orchestra, in partnership with Sestina, are delighted to continue their exploration of Handel’s lesser known oratorios following the success of Theodora in 2018.

The Jewish orphan Esther becomes Queen of Persia and saves her people from massacre by the villain Haman in this compelling musical drama. Don’t miss the tale of a triumphant heroine, told in sensuous arias and stirring choruses by master storyteller George Frideric Handel.

Peter Whelan directs Irish Baroque Orchestra with the magnificent young singers of Sestina providing the minor role and chorus throughout. Star Irish soprano, Anna Devin, performs the titular role with Spanish tenor, Jorge Navarro Colorado, returning to perform the role of King Assuerus.

Handel portrays the story with a wide array of musical tones and nuances. A large orchestra with oboe, horns, trumpet and harp enforce the heightened drama at critical points. Listen out for the reflective, and famous aria, Tune Your Harps, and  the triumphant final chorus, The Lord our enemy is slain, Esther has it all.

For more information click here.

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Harrison Frank Foundation 5th Anniversary Celebration Concert
Mar
13
7:30 PM19:30

Harrison Frank Foundation 5th Anniversary Celebration Concert

Five years ago Richard Harrison set up a violin loan scheme within the Harrison-Frank Family Foundation, with the help of violist and trustee Louise Williams. Richard and his wife Barbara Frank-Harrison have built up a collection of mostly old Italian, French, Dutch and German instruments, acquired from and maintained by J & A Beare. There are now 53 violins, 1 viola and 5 violin bows, and more than 60 young professional musicians living and working in the UK have been able to borrow a suitable instrument for the next steps in their professional career. We would like to celebrate 5 years of the work of this wonderful charity. Please join us!

Tickets: £30 (include drinks and canapés)

Please RSVP to harrisonfrankfoundation@gmail.com for your ticket orders.

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The Birth of Virtuosity
Feb
23
7:30 PM19:30

The Birth of Virtuosity

Ever wondered when music got so hard?! An evening of fantastical music and lively discussion with violinist Alice Earll. Find out what happens when musicians were left to their own devices, why almost all the Cornetto players died, and the weird and wonderful ways you can play a violin. Alice will be joined by acclaimed Cornetto player Conor Hastings and early keyboard specialist Satoko Doi-Luck. Playing music by Biber, Castello, Rosenmüller and more. 

Tickets available on the door. Full price £10, free for children 10 and under.

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The Birth of Virtuosity
Feb
22
7:30 PM19:30

The Birth of Virtuosity

Ever wondered when music got so hard?! An evening of fantastical music and lively discussion with violinist Alice Earll. Find out what happens when musicians were left to their own devices, why almost all the Cornetto players died, and the weird and wonderful ways you can play a violin. Alice will be joined by acclaimed Cornetto player Conor Hastings and early keyboard specialist Satoko Doi-Luck. Playing music by Biber, Castello, Rosenmüller and more. 

Tickets: Please email lvh@lintonvillage.com or call 07974484141.

Linton Village Hall is less than 2 miles from Junction 3 of the M50 and is situated in the centre of the village, next to St.Mary’s Church.

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Musica Poetica: Christmas Baroque
Dec
22
7:30 PM19:30

Musica Poetica: Christmas Baroque

Bath Recitals culminates its 2018 programme with this glorious seasonal celebration of the wonder of a Baroque Christmas and the music of 17th and 18th century Germany.

 

This festive evening celebrates the music of JS Bach with a programme including some of his most famous cantatas and chorales. In addition there will be some Christmas favourites by some of the composers who inspired him including Praetorius, Buxtehude and Schütz.

 

The authentic voices and instrumentalists of Music Poetica make a welcome return to Bath for this concert play which will form the culmination of Bath Recital’s 2018 Baroque Season.

Tickets: £16, £15 (with a discovery card – not available on the door)

 

Available Online now, and from Bath Box Office, Bath Visitor Information Centre, Bridgwater House, 2 Terrace Walk, Bath BA1 1LN

 

JS Bach

Bereite dich Zion (Prepare yourself, Zion) from Christmas Oratorio BWV 248

Ich habe genug (I have enough) BWV 84

Ich bin vergnügt mit meinem Glücke (I am content with my fate) BWV 84

Nun komm der Heiden Heiland (Now come, Saviour of the heathens) BWV 61 

 

Philipp Nicolai arr. JS Bach

Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern (How beautiful is the morning star) BWV 436

Chorale from Wachet auf! (Sleepers Wake) BWV 140

 

Michael Pretorius

In natali Domini (On our Lord’s Birthday)

 

Traditional arr. Michael Pretorius

Es ist ein Ros entsprungen (Lo, how a rose e’er blooming)

 

Samuel Scheidt

Puer natus in Bethlehem (A Child is born in Bethlehem)

 

Heinrich Schütz

Singet dem Herren ein neues Lied (Sing unto the Lord a new song) SWV 342

Verbum caro factum est (Here the Word became flesh)SWV 314

 

Dietrich Buxtehude

In dulci jubilo (In sweet rejoicing) BuxWV 52

 

Chant: Veni redemptor gentium (Come, Redeemer of the nations)

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Avison Ensemble: Messiah
Dec
15
7:30 PM19:30

Avison Ensemble: Messiah

Durham Cathedral Choir
The Avison Ensemble


Conducted by Daniel Cook, Master of the Choristers and Organist of Durham CathedralWe are delighted to be performing Handel's famous oratorio with the Choir of Durham Cathedral in the stunning surroundings of Durham Cathedral and under the direction of Daniel Cook, Master of the Choristers and Organist at Durham Cathedral.

Handel composed his Messiah in 1741 and continued to work on it after its initial performance, finally arriving at the version we know today in 1754. Impressive solo arias, including 'Ev'ry valley shall be exalted' and 'Rejoice greatly, O daughter of Zion' are interspersed with compelling choral sections telling the story of Jesus' birth, life, death, resurrection, and final victory over sin and death. And of course the rousing 'Hallelujah' Chorus is one of the most famous pieces of Baroque choral music, and by far the most widely-known section of Messiah.

Join us for a wonderful festive performance of Handel's ever-popular Messiah and enjoy this wonderfully upliftling music in the run-up to Christmas and in the splendour of Durham Cathedral.

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Ensemble Molière: Medicine and Mortality @ Syde Manor
Sep
29
5:00 PM17:00

Ensemble Molière: Medicine and Mortality @ Syde Manor

*** This is a private event, please contact wright.pennyj@gmail.com for details and tickets ***

Medicine and Mortality - Life, Death and Beyond -


Ensemble Molière presents a musical performance with narration of Medicine and Mortality, featuring medical themed pieces including Le Tableau de l'opération de la Taille by Marin Marais, as well as music about life and death from the same period in France.

Dare to spend a day in a 17th-century French hospital!
We see various scenes: a gall bladder operation with no anaesthetic, an asthmatic patient, someone convalescing and we meet a doctor. 

The glorious bells of St Genevieve toll, as one of the patients at the hospital has died. A funeral follows and Polymnie, the goddess of hymn, bids farewell to the soul as it rises to heaven.

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Ensemble Molière: Medicine and Mortality
Sep
28
7:30 PM19:30

Ensemble Molière: Medicine and Mortality

Medicine and Mortality - Life, Death and Beyond -


Ensemble Molière presents a musical performance with narration of Medicine and Mortality, featuring medical themed pieces including Le Tableau de l'opération de la Taille by Marin Marais, as well as music about life and death from the same period in France.

"Dare to spend a day in a 17th-century French hospital!
We see various scenes: a gall bladder operation with no anaesthetic, an asthmatic patient, someone convalescing and we meet a doctor. 

The glorious bells of St Genevieve toll, as one of the patients at the hospital has died. A funeral follows and Polymnie, the goddess of hymn, bids farewell to the soul as it rises to heaven."

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Sep
12
1:10 PM13:10

Ensemble Molière: Les Visionnaires

To celebrate the 350th anniversary of François Couperin's birth, Ensemble Molière perform music from the most celebrated and influential composers of the Baroque era. Inspired by Couperin's trio sonata Les Visionnaires, this programme explores the evolution of this work from its conception to its publication as one of the suites in Couperin's seminal compositions, Les Nations and its influence on later composers such as Telemann and Corelli.

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Ensemble Molière: Les Visionnaires
Aug
30
12:30 PM12:30

Ensemble Molière: Les Visionnaires

Ensemble Molière perform in Leatherhead's Early and Baroque Music Month, for more information please visit their website

To celebrate the 350th anniversary of François Couperin's birth, Ensemble Molière perform music from the most celebrated and influential composers of the Baroque era. Inspired by Couperin's trio sonata Les Visionnaires, this programme explores the evolution of this work from its conception to its publication as one of the suites in Couperin's seminal compositions, Les Nations and its influence on later composers such as Telemann and Corelli.

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Cambridge Summer Music Festival Finale: B Minor Mass
Jul
21
7:30 PM19:30

Cambridge Summer Music Festival Finale: B Minor Mass

English Voices
Tim Brown director
The Orchestra of English Voices leader Bojan Cicic

Often thought of as Bach’s ‘monumental masterpiece’ here is a chance to hear Bach’s B minor Mass in a revelatory version with only ten singers and a pared down period orchestra. This approach allows the astonishing intricacy and visceral nature of Bach’s score to shine through, throwing a new light onto a score that has traditionally often been performed with an almost reverential dignity.

The ten soloists of English Voices, founded by Tim Brown whilst he was Director of Music at Clare College, are all young professional singers, noted not only for the quality of their singing but for their energy and communicative presence.

This will be Tim Brown’s final concert as the Artistic Director of English Voices, offering an opportunity not only to enjoy Bach’s choral masterpiece, but to pay tribute to a choral director who has made such a distinguished contribution to music in Cambridge over the past forty years, including many years on the Board of Trustees of Cambridge Summer Music.

JS Bach Mass in B Minor

Ticket & Booking Information
£27.50, £22.00, £20.00, £15.00 (students and unwaged £11 for balcony seats). Prices include box office booking fee.
Cambridge Live Tickets 01223 357851

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ChamberStudio Masterclass with Benoît Hartoin
Jun
14
10:00 AM10:00

ChamberStudio Masterclass with Benoît Hartoin

Ensemble Molière participate in a masterclass with Benoît Hartoin as part of ChamberStudio.

Music to include works by Couperin and Rameau. 

Please note: Anyone wishing to attend this masterclass will need to pay for entry to the museum. Tickets priced £10 for adults and £5 for children can be bought on arrival.

Source:: https://chamberstudio.org/calendar/

 

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Handel's Agrippina at Grange Festival
Jun
8
to Jul 6

Handel's Agrippina at Grange Festival

Anna Bonitatibus Agrippina

  • Ashley Riches Claudio

  • Raffaele Pe Nerone

  • Stefanie True Poppea

  • Christopher Ainslie Ottone

  • Alex Otterburn Pallante

  • James Hall Narciso

  • Jonathan Best Lesbo

Programme

  • Handel Agrippina

Tickets

 Book online

Following their five-star production of Il ritorno d’Ulisse in patria, Michael Chance and Robert Howarth join forces again to lead the musical direction in another wonderful story from the classical world. Anna Bonitatibus heads a world-class cast including the much sought-after countertenor Raffaele Pe, 2011 London Handel Singing Competition winner Stefanie True, and Jonathan Best making a welcome return to The Grange.

Walter Sutcliffe, Northern Ireland Opera’s artistic director, and his designer Jon Bausor’s inspired vision brings to life the humour, satire and egomania of one of opera’s most outrageous leading women. The youthful Handel packed Agrippina with the full range of his astonishing imagination, setting a libretto at once hilarious, moving and clever. Handel’s music is bursting with originality and fun, as well as carefully considered moments of eye-watering beauty.

Sung in Italian.

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Dancing with Bach
May
20
3:30 PM15:30

Dancing with Bach

J.S. Bach’s Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin are among the most exceptional pieces for unaccompanied violin and were modelled on some of the most populars dances of the baroque era. Find out about the dances Bach used, how he adapted them and the origins of his inimitable style. We will explore the history of the genre and discuss whether Bach’s composition was a singular work of genius or the pinnacle of a well-worn compositional path. Discover how composers such as Biber and Westhoff blazed the trail as much as half a century before Bach had written his collection and listen to their music all performed on an historical instrument. Join Alice for an afternoon of Bach, Westhoff and Biber and more with opportunities for discussion and drinks in the atmospheric Old Chapel Court, Tewkesbury. 

Ticket bookings: in person from John Moore Museum, 41 Church Street, Tewkesbury GL20 5SN (cash only), or,

Purchase your tickets Online (booking fee applies)

Further information: T: 01684 850112   E: oldchapelcourt@btinternet.com

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Telemann and his Friends in Paris (Ensemble Molière)
Apr
28
7:30 PM19:30

Telemann and his Friends in Paris (Ensemble Molière)

In 1737, Telemann visited Paris at the invitation of some of the greatest musicians in France; Blavet, Guinon, and Forqueray. To celebrate his visit, Telemann's twelve sets of “Paris Quartets” were performed by these musicians and Telemann himself, making friends and making music. 

Tickets for non members £14 (under 18's £5). 

All concerts are in association with The Arts at Dartington. Tickets available in advance from the Dartington Box Office 01803 847070 or online at www.dartington.org or on the door. 

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Vivaldi's The Four Seasons A Reimagining at Shakespeare's Globe
Apr
9
to Apr 21

Vivaldi's The Four Seasons A Reimagining at Shakespeare's Globe

  • The Sam Wannamaker Theatre (map)
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Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

Tickets:  Fixed Position Standing: £10 | Seated: £20 – £48 | Premium Tickets: £62

http://www.shakespearesglobe.com/whats-on-2018/vivaldis-the-four-seasons

Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons comes to thrilling, theatrical life in an exhilarating show combining Gyre & Gimble’s master puppeteers with a sextet of London’s finest musicians. The performance will conjure a poetic and emotional narrative in response to Max Richter’s acclaimed recomposition of Vivaldi’s pictorial masterpiece, which has been newly arranged for the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse. Inspired by the mastery of Japanese Bunraku theatre, this unprecedented collaboration will explore not only the form and techniques of puppetry, but the crystalline acoustic and candlelit ambience of the space in an enchanting new way.

As well as being a composer, Max Richter is an accomplished pianist, producer and collaborator, and indisputably one of the most prolific of contemporary musical artists.

Gyre & Gimble place puppetry at the heart of storytelling. The company, founded by former associate puppetry directors of War Horse, use puppetry to create compelling characters and tell fantastical, improbable – even impossible – stories.

Join the conversation #TheWinterSelection

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Chamber Recital at Wimpole Hall (Eboracum Baroque)
Mar
26
8:00 PM20:00

Chamber Recital at Wimpole Hall (Eboracum Baroque)

Eboracum Baroque are delighted to return to the long gallery at Wimpole Hall to perform a varied programme of Baroque music with a particular connection to the final residents of Wimpole. George Bambridge was a keen concert goer who documented many of the concerts and works he heard. A number of these were Baroque works particularly for the violin. Baroque violinist Alice Earll will perform music by Bach including his Partita No.2 for solo violin. Bambridge also recorded hearing a concert of some of Handel’s most famous arias including from his stage work, Semele*.

Tickets available via the National Trust website here

* Please note – Eboracum Baroque will perform Handel’s Semele at Wimpole in full on Saturday 30th June 2018.

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Mar
25
7:00 PM19:00

St John Passion at Durham Cathedral (Avison Ensemble)

Tickets: £8 to £28.

Tickets available from Durham Cathedral Visitor Desk, by phone on 0191 3387 178 or online here.

The Avison Ensemble and Durham Cathedral Choir
Conducted by Daniel Cook, Master of the Choristers and Organist of Durham Cathedral

We are delighted to be performing Bach's St. John Passion with the Choir of Durham Cathedral in the stunning surroundings of Durham Cathedral and under the direction of Daniel Cook, who has recently taken up the position of Master of the Choristers and Organist at Durham Cathedral having been Sub-Organist and Assistant Director of Music at Westminster Abbey.

Bach's St. John Passion was the first setting of the passion story that he composed after assuming the prestigious position of cantor at the Thomas Church in Leipzig, being first performed on the afternoon of Good Friday, 7th April 1724. Of the two surviving Passions by Bach, the St. Matthew Passion is the more impressive, but the St. John Passion is the more dramatic. It is not as comforting and consoling as the St. Matthew Passion and is the more stark and painful evocation of the Passion story.

The St. John Passion is a compelling biblical narration of the crucifixion story, with a penetrating reflection of the meaning of the events as described by John. Listeners find themselves alternating between active participation in the events and meaningful contemplation. The conclusion of the St John Passion is very different from that of the Matthew; it is affirming, confident and assuredly looking forward to the life beyond, whereas Matthew leaves us simply with entombment.

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Handel Vs Clérambault - Hero and Leander (Ensemble Molière)
Feb
18
4:00 PM16:00

Handel Vs Clérambault - Hero and Leander (Ensemble Molière)

***** SOLD OUT *****

Ensemble Molière bring the Ancient Greek myth of Hero and Leander to life with two contrasting and beautiful cantata settings by Handel and Clérambault. Become immersed in this poignant love story and in turn in both composers' styles and nuances, accompanied by instrumental pieces by both Handel and Clérambault. Ensemble Molière will be performing alongside guest soprano Roberta Diamond.

Tickets for all concerts are £15 (£8 for under 18's) and include a glass of wine or a soft drink during the interval.

Tickets can be bought online and by post- visit www.theworkshopseries.co.uk for full details. 

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