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Thursday, January 20, 2011 | Posted by: cg151
Ilya Gringolts and City Side Sinfonia play Schoenberg's Violin Concerto and Bartok's Concerto for Orchestra
  Thursday 20 January, 2011 7.30pm City Side Sinfonia with Ilya Gringolts, violin Steven Joyce, conductor Programme: Darren Bloom: New work Schoenberg: Violin Concerto Bartok: Concerto for Orchestra The City Side Sinfonia is delighted to be joined by Ilya Gringolts for a rare performance of Schoenberg's remarkable Violin Concerto. Described by the FT as 'one of the most inspirational violinists today', and Winner of the 1998 International Violin Competition 'Premio Paganini', Gringolts is sure to be a powerful advocate of this important but neglected work. Like Schoenberg's concerto, Bartók's Concerto for Orchestra was written whilst the composer was in exile in the United States. Despite a 'lugubrious death-song' as the third movement, the lightness, humour and systematic exposure of all parts of the orchestra made it an immediate success. http://www.cadoganhall.com/showpage.php?pid=1411 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tickets*: £25, £20, £15, £10 Please note: Online booking is only available up to midnight on the day prior to the performance. On the day bookings via telephone and counters sales only. Concessions*: OAP and Students: 10% off all prices *Note: Certain ticket prices are currently only available via telephone. Special Offers*: Encore members: £5 off top 3 prices *Note: Certain Special Offers are currently only available via telephone. If an advertised offer in not available online, please call the box office on 020 7730 4500 and we will apply the offer over the phone. (All Special Offers are subject to availability)
 
Saturday, December 18, 2010 | Posted by: scchoir
A tale of two Messiahs: Colston Hall, Bristol, with Adrian Partington
 
Bristol Choral Society may have performed Messiah at the Colston Hall on the Saturday before Christmas since 1892, but forget your preconceived notions of a choral society Messiah - this one is very special, and this year, on Saturday 18th December, there will be two of them!

The choir is proud to introduce a new addition for 2010: A 'Mini-Messiah' afternoon concert aimed especially at families as an introduction to the delights of this masterpiece. Containing all the favourites, including the famous 'Hallelujah' chorus, this will be an afternoon sure to delight, inspire and enthuse anyone of a young age (and those young at heart!). As well as experiencing some of the musical gems, charismatic conductor Adrian Partington will unwrap Messiah and explain how Handel put together one of the world's best-loved pieces.
The concert on Saturday 18th December will start at 4:30pm and last under an hour - the choir will be joined by captivating orchestra Music for Awhile and four professional vocal soloists for this magical Christmas experience - admission is FREE for accompanied under 18s, and £5 for adults.

The choir will also perform their renowned complete Messiah as usual at 7:30pm. Believed to be the only choir in the country to sing the entire work from memory, their rendition is truly remarkable and described by audience members as 'the best Messiah I've ever heard' and 'stunning, simply stunning'.

Yvonne Preece, chair of Bristol Choral Society, says 'We really have something for everyone this Christmas - our mini-Messiah will be both entertaining and inspiring for any family. We passionately believe in inspiring the next generation about music, and this concert will complement the outreach work we currently do with several Bristol primary schools. Of course, in the evening we have our fantastic complete Messiah - BCS will be performing a different work at Christmas next year, so we would encourage everyone to come this year to not miss this very special rendition of this traditional Christmas favourite!'.

Mini-Messiah family concert: Sat 18 Dec 4:30pm. Accompanied under 18s FREE, adults £5
Messiah (complete): Sat 18 Dec 7:30pm. £9 - £21 (under 25s £5)
Tickets are available from 0117 965 7822 or the Colston Hall box office (0117 922 3686)

www.bristolchoral.co.uk


 
Friday, December 10, 2010 | Posted by: samling
Samling Showcase, Wigmore Hall, 7.30pm
  Samling selects talented young professional singers and pianists to take part in its prestigious Masterclasses led by some of the world’s finest artists. This special performance, demonstrating why there is immense competition to join its Programme, features Samling Scholars soprano Sarah-Jane Brandon, winner of the 2009 Kathleen Ferrier Award and mezzo-soprano Cecelia Hall, set to make her Metropolitan Opera debut in 2010/11. They will be joined by tenor James Geer, baritone Philip Smith and pianist Daniel Wnukowski who this year inaugurated the Chopin year in Poznan, Poland with Metropolitan Opera soprano Aleksandra Kurzak. The programme will include Ravel ‘Don Quichotte’, Debussy ‘Chansons de Bilitis’, Liszt ‘Comment, disaient-ils’, ‘Oh! quand je dors’ and ‘Enfant, si j’étais roi’ and songs from Schubert ‘Schwanengesang’, with opera arias and ensembles by Handel, Mozart and Strauss. Dine with the artists There are a number of tickets which include a three-course dinner, wine and coffee with the artists after the concert in the Bechstein Room. These are priced £125 and are available exclusively from Samling on 01434 602885 or by email to [email protected] How to book Tickets £26, £22, £16, £12 In person Telephone 020 7935 2141 Online www.wigmore-hall.org.uk
 
Saturday, November 27, 2010 | Posted by: sinfonia tamesa
Sinfonia Tamesa plays Stravinsky, Tchaikovsky and Sibelius. St John's Waterloo, 8pm.
  Sinfonia Tamesa will be performing Stravinsky - Symphonies of Wind Instruments, Tchaikovsky - Serenade in C Major and Jean Sibelius - Symphony No. 2 at St John's Church in Waterloo, London on 27 November 2010 at 8pm. Tickets are £10/£7 Concessions. Tickets will be on sale on the door or can be pre-booked by contacting [email protected] Sinfonia Tamesa present an evening of Russian and Finnish music to warm up a cold November's evening. The wind and string sections will showcase their talents in the first half with Stravinksy's powerful Symphonies of Wind Instruments and Tchaikovsky's beautifully warm and vibrant homage to Mozart - Serenade for Strings in C Major. The orchestra will come together in the second half to perform Sibelius' radiant and thrilling 2nd Symphony.
 
Saturday, November 27, 2010 | Posted by: scchoir
Adrian Partington conducts Holst Hymn of Jesus, Elgar & Vaughan Williams, Bristol
 
Saturday 27th November 2010
Colston Hall, Bristol, 7:30pm

Vaughan Williams: The Lark Ascending
Holst: The Hymn of Jesus
Elgar: The Music Makers

Bristol Choral Society
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra
Adrian Partington - conductor
Natalia Lomeiko - violin
Katherine Allen - soprano
Gloucester Cathedral Choristers

This feast of English music features three beautiful and contrasting masterpieces. All written in the period 1912–1917, they show their composers in profound and reflective mood in those difficult days. The Hymn of Jesus is Holst’s artistic response to the horrors of the Great War. Unsettlingly beautiful, the music is alternately dreamy, mystical and energetic and calls upon large orchestra and two off-stage choirs. The choir is joined by the sublime young voices of the Gloucester Cathedral Choristers in this, Holst’s most frequently performed work after The Planets.
The Lark Ascending has been voted No1 in the Classic FM Hall of Fame every year since 2007.
Nostalgic, evocative and quintessentially English it is easy to see why! It was written as Vaughan Williams watched the troop ships cross the Channel in 1914 and the feeling of an innocence about to be lost is overwhelming. Played in this concert by international star Natalia Lomeiko.
The Music Makers was Elgar’s last great choral-orchestral work and it is full of tunes (including references to Nimrod). He described the atmosphere of the music as ‘mainly sad; but there are moments of enthusiasm and bursts of joy occasionally approaching frenzy’. It is a supremely beautiful work, hauntingly nostalgic, but satisfying.

Tickets £9 - £21 (under 25s £5) from 0117 965 7822 or book online: http://www.colstonhall.org/whatson/Event1570


 
Wednesday, November 10, 2010 | Posted by: ohsostill
John Tavener's Towards Silence: 24th November, Trafalgar Square, 7pm
  At 7 pm on November 24th, ‘Towards Silence’ A Musical Journey of the Soul is to be performed as a part of the Just this Day programme. A unique performance of a unique piece of music in a unique setting, given for a unique purpose. First performed in 2009, Sir John wrote the piece to be performed with four quartets invisible to the audience. St. Martin in the Fields provides the perfect setting; the four quartets will play from the galleries whilst the Tibetan bell sounds in the main church. Sir John Tavener in an interview with Paul Robertson, who leads the Medici Quartet said: “The underlying musical inspiration was an exploration of musical inspiration itself”. He wished to somehow describe in sound the very moment at which music comes from Silence – or may perhaps revert back to it. It is to be a candlelit performance preceded by some sung pieces of Tavener’s earlier compositions. The audience are encouraged to arrive in good time, doors open at 6.30pm. Tickets are priced at £10, £15 and £20 and are on sale at the St Martin-in-the-Fields Box Office (020 7766 1100). At the end there will be no applause and people are asked to leave quietly.
 
Tuesday, November 09, 2010 | Posted by: Real_Music
James Lisney at The Red Hedgehog
  Tickets are available for this fundraising concert of Chopin and Schumann at this innovative and individual London venue. November 9th at 7.30pm: box office 0208 348 5050
 
Friday, November 05, 2010 | Posted by: theseusensemble
Theseus Ensemble: Out of the Labyrinth. Music by Elias and Birtwistle.
  After a highly successful debut last April, the Theseus Ensemble return to explore music inspired by the labyrinth. Prize-winning conductor Geoffrey Paterson will introduce and direct Brian Elias's Geranos and Harrison Birtwistle's Verses for Ensembles. Don't miss the opportunity to hear these two modern masterworks performed by some of the most exciting young professional musicians around. 7.30pm, Friday 5 November 2010 Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall, Royal College of Music, London SW7 2BS £10/£8 advance/£5 students Please see www.theseusensemble.com for more information. For tickets and enquiries please email [email protected]
 
Saturday, October 30, 2010 | Posted by: jean-louis gosselin
UK premiere: Wynton Marsalis' A Fiddler's Tale
  An exciting double bill: Wynton Marsalis: A Fiddler's Tale - UK premiere Igor Stravinsky: A Soldier's Tale Conductor: Jean-Louis Gossellin Director: Hugh Lee Narrators/actors: Stephen Hogan, John Savournin Orchestra: Verdandi Camerata Venue: The Forge, 3-7 Delancey Street, London NW1 Tickest on sale at: www.forgevenue.com Or at Box Office: 0207 387 5959
 
Friday, October 08, 2010 | Posted by: just piano stools
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Saturday, July 31, 2010 | Posted by: Gail
Sarteano Chamber Choral Conducting Workshop w/Simon Carrington, Bronislawa Falinska and Brian O'Connell
  SARTEANO CHAMBER CHORAL CONDUCTING WORKSHOP, ITALY ( TUSCANY ) 31 July - 7 August 2010 with Carrington, O'Connell and Falinska This intensive and interpersonal conducting workshop is geared for music educators and choral conductors with strong vocal ability who are interested in rehearsing and performing chamber choral music. We heartily welcome qualified singers who are interested in attending the workshop in a non-conducting capacity; who love to sing in a chamber group environment and/or are very specifically looking to learn rehearsal and conducting techniques. You will be part of a twenty-four to twenty-eight member ensemble that will prepare and perform a cappella choral music from the sixteenth to the twentieth century. Up to two graduate credits are available through The Boston Conservatory. There are three possible tiers of participation: Full Conductor, Conducting Auditor, Singer. Each Full Conductor will be assigned a piece for their daily podium time in the master class; they will also conduct this piece in the final concert. You may also choose to participate as either a Conducting Auditor or Singer. Included in the price of participating as a Conducting Auditor will be a private half-hour conducting session with Simon. The Master Class uses the Workshop ensemble as its laboratory, so everyone receives the benefits of each master class. The two-part morning session will consist of Group Vocal Pedagogy and clinics on developing a vital chamber choir. Broni Falinska, our visiting artist in Vocal Pedagogy, will again be joining us for daily ateliers using the Rohmert Method of Functional Voicetraining. This approach guides the singer towards an awareness of the voice not usually addressed by most conventional singing methods. Get ready for a sensorial exploration of the voice, and to explore how self-perception works in the combination of "hearing-feeling-seeing." Brian O'Connell will be leading clinics on exploring connections between movement and musical/textual concepts and strategies for building cohesive chamber choirs. The afternoon sessions will consist solely of conducting Master Classes with Simon Carrington. This year we are also delighted to offer a Q&A/Dialogue session with Simon. For a detailed description of the workshop, tuition costs (Farewell Dinner included), and an online application please visit Visit Our website http://www.sarteanochoralworkshop.com Contact: Gail Leicher Tel: + 1 781-652-0158, or Email [email protected]
 
Saturday, July 31, 2010 | Posted by: scchoir
The dreamers of dreams - Inspirational English choral music, Wells Cathedral
 
Wells Cathedral, 7pm, Saturday 31 July

The dreamers of dreams - Inspirational English Choral Music

Elgar - The Music Makers
Vaughan Williams - Toward the unknown region
Parry - Blest pair of sirens
Vaughan Williams - Flos campi
Judith Bingham - The darkness is no darkness
S.S. Wesley - Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace

Somerset Chamber Choir
Southern Sinfonia
Sara Fulgoni - mezzo-soprano
Alan George - viola
Oliver Walker - organ
Graham Caldbeck - conductor


Tickets (priced £10 - £25) are available from MusicBox Tel: 01275 349010





 
Saturday, July 31, 2010 | Posted by: just piano stools
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Friday, July 23, 2010 | Posted by: sbriggs
War and Peace in the Baroque Imagination
  Join us for a classical recital in aid of peacebuilding at St Gabriel's Church, Pimlico (SW1V 2AD). On Friday 23 July renowned harpsichordist Laurence Cummings and award-winning countertenor Magid El-Bushra will perform works by Handel, Purcell, Bach, Couperin and Lully in the beautiful surroundings of St Gabriel’s Church in Pimlico, South London, with all proceeds to International Alert. The programme will explore the music of swashbuckling heroes and war-mongering villains, from Boudicca to Julius Ceasar, in their search for victory (on the battlefield and in the bedroom!) and the ultimate quest for spiritual peace. The recital starts at 7.30pm and tickets cost £15 / £12.50, available from http://www.international-alert.org/support_us/index.php?t=1#singledonation Funds raised will help communities affected by violent conflict to build lasting peace.
 
Thursday, July 15, 2010 | Posted by: just piano stools
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Saturday, July 03, 2010 | Posted by: sinfonia tamesa
Sinfonia Tamesa Summer Concert - Shostakovich, Grondahl and Arnold
  On Saturday 3 July at 7.30pm you can watch Sinfonia Tamesa, one of London's leading non professional orchestras, play at St John's Church in Waterloo. The programme for the evening is Shostakovich's Symphony 9, Grondhal's Trombone Concerto and Arnold's Symphony 8. The concert is at St John's Church, Waterloo Road, London SE1 8TY. Tickets: £10 / £7 concessions. Tickets wil be available on the door. To pre-book email [email protected]
 
Tuesday, June 15, 2010 | Posted by: Schubertreise
Joy Lisney at West Road, Cambridge
  Exciting young `cellist in recital with James Lisney. For further tour details (Cheltenham, Hiindhead, Norwich, Basingstoke etc) click here.
 
Sunday, June 13, 2010 | Posted by: hugillr
When a Man Knows - operatic premiere
  Based on the play by Alan Richardson, Robert Hugill's gripping new opera uses just 4 singers and 4 instrumentalists to create a taut music drama.
A man is tied up on a deserted warehouse.
Why is he there?
The shocking truth is revealed.
FifteenB Productions present in concert the world premiere of Robert Hugill's When a man knows, with Deborah Stoddart as the Woman and Dario Dugandzic as the Man, conducted by David Roblou.

Sunday 13th June 2010, 7.00pm at St. John's Church, Waterloo Road, London SE1

Tickets price £10 (concessions £5) are available on the door or in advance from Islington Music, telephone 020 7354 3195.
On-line tickets sales from http://oclassical.com/7284


 
Sunday, May 23, 2010 | Posted by: londonmandolinfestival
Second London Mandolin Festival Concert
  Come and experience the unique sound of a plucked string orchestra!



The London Mandolin Festival returns holding its second set of concerts
Uniting voluntary plucked string players all over London in one mass orchestra
Showcasing the range and beauty of classsical music for Mandolin Orchestra
From Folk to Klezmer to Contemporary, Japanese to Cuban

The theme for the 2010 Second London Mandolin Festival is "Rumba: Rhythm + Dance"
where the Rumba rhythm is featured in 4 of the orchestral pieces out of 6
Will you determine the 2 the pieces that do not contain the Rumba rhythm??

Sunday 23rd May 2010, two concerts 3:00PM - 5:00PM and 6:00PM - 8:00PM
At St. Sepulchre-Without-Newgate corner of Holborn Viaduct and Giltspur Street EC1A 9DE
Near tube stations Farringdon, St Paul's and opposite City Thameslink station.

Students £5, Concession £8, Non-Concession £10
Book your tickets now as the concert may sell out on the day!
Email [email protected] for more details

http://londonmandolinfestival.org.uk for the latest information

Click here for the 2010 Second London Mandolin Festival concert programme

If you were unable to participate as a player in the festival this year,
this is your chance to go to the concert and see what the festival is all about
and perhaps you will join us for the Third London Mandolin Festival!

 
Monday, April 19, 2010 | Posted by: classicalgenius
B&H Contest
  This was quite fun, but really difficult... http://community.boosey.com/contest
 
Thursday, April 01, 2010 | Posted by: theseusensemble
Theseus Ensemble launches with patronage of Pierre Boulez. Ligeti Piano Concerto and Boulez Dérive 2, conducted by Geoffrey Paterson.
  The Theseus Ensemble, patron Pierre Boulez, will be launched next month, conducted by Geoffrey Paterson, winner of the 2009 Leeds Conductors Competition. Thursday 1 April, 7.30pm. Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall, Royal College of Music, London SW7. György Ligeti: Piano Concerto, Pierre Boulez: Dérive 2. Geoffrey Paterson conductor, Simon Smith piano. Tickets: £10 (£8 in advance), £5 students. Please see www.theseusensemble.com for more information. Advance booking from [email protected]
 
Tuesday, March 30, 2010 | Posted by: LMA Orchestra
Faure Requiem for Holy Week with Vivamus Choir
  Tuesday 30 March 7.30 pm St Martin-in-the-Fields Church, Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 4JJ LMA Orchestra present one of London's best young choirs marking the approach of Easter with Allegri's Miserere, Lotti's Crucifixus and Albinoni's plaintive Adagio To book tickets please call the box office on: 020 7766 1100 ext. 2 or book online by following the web link: Tickets See this link for more info about Vivamus See this link for more info about LMA Orchestra Evening Concerts London And for more info about LMA Orchestra Family Concerts
 
Thursday, March 25, 2010 | Posted by: harryfmills
Celebration of 200th Anniversary of Chopin with Patrik Jablonski & Marek Szlezer
  Celebrated pianists Patrik Jablonski and Marek Szlezer will perform some of Chopin's most loved music in a programme which also includes music by other Polish composers, including Maciejewski & Szymanowski. Venue - St Mary the Virgin, Primrose Hill, Elsworthy Road, London NW3 3DJ. Tickets £15 (£10 concessions) available on the door. Supported by Polska!Year Promoted by Altara Music Limited (www.altaramusic.com)
 
Saturday, March 20, 2010 | Posted by: LMA Orchestra
Mini Maestro Family Concert: Vivaldi's Four Seasons 20/3/10
  Mini Maestro Family Concert: Vivaldi Four Seasons "Great Music for Little Ears" Saturday 20 March 2010, 4.30 pm St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 4JJ Come and join our musical playground where everyone can listen, learn and join in lots of fun and games. Featuring Vivaldi's Four Seasons. To book tickets call the box office on: 020 7766 1100 Or click Family Concerts to book tickets online. We look forward to seeing you there!
 
Saturday, March 20, 2010 | Posted by: LMA Orchestra
Vivaldi Four Seasons with Mini Masterclass
  Saturday 20 March 7.30 pm St Martin-in-the-Fields Church, Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 4JJ Join LMA Ensemble for a hit parade of favourite baroque pieces with Pachelbel's Canon, Handel's Queen of Sheba and Alexander's Feast. With special guest Joshua Fisher, Violin. Including a special Mini Masterclass about the music during the interval! To buy tickets please call the box office on: 020 7766 1100 ext. 2 Or buy tickets online buy following this link: Tickets See this link for more info about LMA Orchestra Evening Concerts London And for more info about LMA Orchestra Family Concerts
 
Friday, March 12, 2010 | Posted by: LMA Orchestra
Mozart Eine Kleine Nachtmusik
  Friday 12 March 7.30 pm St Martin-in-the-Fields Church, Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 4JJ A Mozart classic meets gypsy melodies and Gershwin's favourite tunes. Join LMA Orchestra with guest violinist Ofer Falk for this magical programme. To buy tickets please call the box office on: 020 7766 1100 ext. 2 Or buy tickets online buy following this link: Tickets See this link for more info about LMA Orchestra Evening Concerts London And for more info about LMA Orchestra Family Concerts
 
Thursday, March 04, 2010 | Posted by: LMA Orchestra
Beethoven Appassionata: Alexei Grynyuk Piano
  Thursday 4 March 7.30 pm St Martin-in-the-Fields Church, Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 4JJ LMA Orchestra present Alexei Grynyuk. The young Ukranian master-musician plays Chopin, Liszt and Beethoven's most tempestuous piano sonata. To buy tickets please call the box office on: 020 7766 1100 ext. 2 Or buy tickets online buy following this link: Tickets See this link for more information about Alexei Grynyuk See this link for more info about LMA Orchestra Evening Concerts London And for more info about LMA Orchestra Family Concerts
 
Tuesday, March 02, 2010 | Posted by: tazzybear
Chetham’s School of Music Presents Verdi Requiem Glazunov Violin Concerto
  7.30pm Tuesday 2nd March 2010 – Royal Festival Hall, London Admissions: £38 £29 £21 £16 £12 £9 Premium seats £45 Booking Information: 0161 838 7244 / www.chethams.com Chetham’s School of Music is preparing to perform at one of the UK’s most prestigious and high profile venues, following an invitation from the Bach Choir to join together in a performance of the thrilling Verdi’s Requiem at the Royal Festival Hall, London.
 
Thursday, February 25, 2010 | Posted by: rogers_kp
Samling Masterclass
  Thursday 25th February
Hall Two, The Sage Gateshead, 2pm

Samling Masterclass

This Samling Masterclass led by soprano Yvonne Kenny, pianist Malcolm Martineau and vocal consultant Paul Farrington will showcase why this unique organisation is a focus for the development of young singers and accompanists.

See seven of the best young classical artists of the coming generation sing and receive coaching live onstage as part of a week that is a springboard for many to international recognition.

Tickets are £10 and available from The Sage Gateshead: Tel 0191 443 4661
Online www.thesagegateshead.orf
In person from The Ticket Office
 
Saturday, February 13, 2010 | Posted by: LMA Orchestra
Mini Maestro Family Concert - Thaikovsky, Elgar & Strauss 13/2/10
  Mini Maestro Family Concert: Tchaikovsky, Elgar & Strauss "Great Music for Little Ears" Saturday 13 February 2010, 4.30 pm St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 4JJ Come and join our musical playground where everyone can listen, learn and join in lots of fun and games. Featuring works by Elgar, Tchaikovsky and Johann Strauss. To book tickets call the box office on: 020 7766 1100 Or click Family Concerts to book tickets online. We look forward to seeing you there!

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