- Sunday 22nd October 2017 – 7pm
Tom Beer (Viola), Barbra Brown (Flute), Eluned Pierce (Harp) & Jens Lynen (Violin)
- Saturday 11th November 2017 – 4pm
Purcell School Soloists Recital
- Friday 15th December 2017 – 7:30pm
Sam Jewison (Conductor) & Helena Bartlett (Viola)
- Sunday 11th February 2018 – 3pm
Coffee House Concert
Including highlights from our 2017 Summer School
Saturday 11th November 2017, 4pm
Broadstone United Reformed Church,
We are privileged that some young star musicians from this world famous British music school are making a return visit this Autumn. The Purcell School provides a rounded education with music at its heart, and turn out some of the most successful musicians in the country. Students from the Purcell School regularly win scholarships to the best music colleges in the UK and around the world. They enjoy frequent success in competitions locally, nationally and internationally.
Under 18’s £3
Free entry for Broadstone Music Summer School Students.
Friday 15th December 2017, 7:30pm with pre concert music from 6:45
St Nicholas’ Church, Corfe Mullen,
Local young musician and National Youth Orchestra Principal Viola, Helena Bartlett, will perform the Telemann Viola Concert as part of a Baroque programme by professional and student musicians.
This will be followed by Sam Jewison directing his own arrangements from the Great American Songbook. An award-winning singer and conductor, Sam studied at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance and has been described as an “MD professional beyond his years.”
Music by Telemann, Handel, Gershwin and Cole Porter
Under 18’s £3
Festive nibbles will be available in the interval.
Sunday 11th February 2018, 4pm
St John’s Church, 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
Entrance includes drink and cake.
ADVANCED BOOKING ESSENTIAL!
Here’s a quick video of our double reed day tutors rehearsing last week to whet your appetite for the double reed workshop. For more information visit the double reed day page here
Saturday 29th April, afternoon
Broadstone United Reformed Church, BH18 9AB
Join us for a classical voice masterclass with two of Dorset’s finest young singers. James and Isabelle have been performing in Poole and around the UK for many years. Regular Broadstone Music Series concert-goers will recognise them from their acclaimed appearances over the last 2 years in our many operas and concerts.
The afternoon will include masterclasses and an ensemble workshop. The day will finish with a final performance including a performance from both Isabelle and James Atkinson.
Expect to be challenged, improved and a lot of fun!!!
There are limited places for the classical vocal masterclasses so please sign up below.
All ages welcome.
Want to be inspired? How about this clip from Don Giovanni
A Celebration of the Baroque Era
Sunday 19th February, 3 – 5pm
Broadstone Methodist Church hall
Following the success of the 2016 event, The Baroque Coffee House returns offering a varied programme of beautifully performed Baroque repertoire to be enjoyed with afternoon coffee, tea, and locally made cakes.
Performed by a diverse collective of talented young local musicians, supported by professional musicians and tutors, the event aims to emulate the atmosphere of the old English coffee shops, a place in the 17th and 18th centuries where people would meet for conversation, commerce, music, and caffeine.
Tickets in advance from Hintons, Broadstone, or Broadstone Music.
- Adults: £8
- Under 18s: £5
Hurn Court Opera comes to Broadstone; presenting Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas
Purcell, Dido and Aeneas
9th July 2017, from 4pm
St John’s Church, Broadstone
Building on the success of the 2015 Mozart “Magic Flute” performance and the gala concert in July 2016, Broadstone Music Series will collaborate once again with young singers from London conservatoires at this annual charity fundraiser.
Dear Friends, Music Therapy Supporters and Broadstone Music Series Supporters
The afternoon will commence at 4 pm with tea/coffee/cake (included) in the church grounds(weather permitting) or in the church hall, and a performance of Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 3.
At 5 pm we charge our glasses and take our seats in the church for our opera performance of Dido and Anaeus.
The church grounds are spacious and you are also welcome to bring a picnic.
Suggested Donation of £20 per person – U18s are free.
Please make your cheque payable to Poole Hospital Charity (music therapy) and a gift aid form if you are a UK taxpayer and are happy to complete to:-
If you have any questions please contact me on 07717570333 or email@example.com coffee, cake and refreshments will be included in donation price.
Conducted by Lynton Atkinson, and in support of Music Therapy at Poole Hospital, we thank Soundstorm and WYMT for sponsoring this event.
Sunday 4th June, 4pm
St John the Baptist Church Broadstone
Adults £8 / Children £3
- Nathalie Green-Buckley (viola)
- Stacey Newlin (bassoon)
- Polly Bartlett (oboe)
- Piano accompaniment Helen Nicholas
Poulenc trio for oboe bassoon and piano,
Vivaldi C Minor Oboe Sonata
Dorati 5 pieces for Solo Oboe
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 musicians will also take a workshop, find out more here!