Sunday 11th February 2018, 4pm
Doors open 3.40pm
St John’s Church Hall, Broadstone
Talented young musicians will perform alongside professionals in one of our most popular annual events. Enjoy a variety of exceptional solo and chamber music performances while you sample tea, fresh coffee, and a selection of delicious cakes!
The programme will include highlights from our 2017 Summer School including music by Mozart, Schubert and more.
Under 18’s £6
LIMITED TICKETS – ADVANCED BOOKING ESSENTIAL! Available online, or from Hinton’s on The Broadway, Broadstone, or call to reserve on 01202 695773.
To buy tickets online /www.ticketsource.co.uk/event/FFDLEL
Entrance includes coffee (or tea) and Debra’s cracking cake.
You may have seen our recent post about regular visiting artists, the Fieri Consort, releasing their debut album Tears of a Lover, which was launched a couple of weeks ago.
The Fieri Consort are currently fundraising for their next album which promises to be quite a follow up to this initial offering. The album will revolve around the Musica Transalpina, a set of madrigals which were collected in Italy and ‘brought across the alps ‘ to London where they influenced many of the great musicians and composers of the time.
The Project is being match funded by a generous donor so every penny counts double! If you were to donate £100 it could be worth up to £225 to Fieri.
If, like many others, you would like to support this amazing project please click here to be taken to their crowdfunding page.
If you were lucky enough to hear the amazing Fieri Consort when they performed at the Broadstone Music Series you may be interested in their new album – ‘Tears of a Lover’ which was launched at a stunning concert in London last night.
And if you missed them, this is your chance to get acquainted. The album, produced by the one and only John Rutter, is stunning and you cannot fail to be impressed by their sound and musicianship.
The disk explores the music of Monteverdi and other works from the era plus several works which are inspired by him.
We hope that they will visit us again in the not too distant future.
Congratulations beautiful singers; you must be delighted.
Click here to buy Tears of a Lover
Sunday 4th June, 1:30 – 2:30pm
Venue: Broadstone TBA
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Workshop students grade 5+.
Adults £8 / Children £3
Audience are very welcome to observe.
Attendees will all receive Free entrance to the following Broadstone Music Series Endangered Species Recital.
Nathalie studies with Martin Outram at the Royal Academy of Music. A multi-instrumentalist, she has performed with the National Children’s Orchestra, Wessex Youth Orchestra, and National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain. (Find out more…)
Stacey has played in the National Children’s Orchestra, Wessex Youth Orchestra, and the National Youth Orchestra. In 2015 she began her degree at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama studying under Daniel Jemison. (Find out more…)
Polly attended Talbot Heath and Bournemouth Schools. She is currently studying with Olivier Stankiewicz. In 2016, Polly reached the Woodwind Final of the BBC Young Musician of the Year. Her solo recital was broadcast on BBC 4 television and BBC radio 3 in April this year. (find out more…)
The Workshop is followed by a Broadstone Music Series recital from the tutors. Find out more here!