Idomeneo String Quartet – Sunday 7th April 2019

We are delighted to welcome 2018 Wigmore Hall String Quartet Competition competitors to Broadstone for their first appearance in the Broadstone Music Series. The Programme will include music from Beethoven and Britten, find out more about this fabulous string quartet ahead of the concert.

“..beautifully blended performance”
Gramophone 2017

This recital is a pre performance to their residency in the Britten Festival which begins on 8th April.

Coffee House Concert – 24th February 2019

Sunday 24th February 2019, 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 Debra’s popular homemade cakes!

The programme will include highlights from our Summer School including music by Mozart, Schubert and more.

Adults £10
Under 18’s £6

LIMITED TICKETS – ADVANCED BOOKING ESSENTIAL! Available online here, or from Hinton’s on The Broadway, Broadstone, or call to reserve on 01202 695773.

Entrance includes coffee (or tea) and Debra’s cracking cakes.

This concert sells out every year so not tickets will be available on the door

Classics By Candlelight & the Great American Songbook at Christmas – 21st December 2018

Friday 21st December 2018, 7:30pm with pre concert music from 7pm
St Nicholas’ Church, Corfe Mullen,

Sam Jewison revisits due to popular demand! He will direct more of his own arrangements from the popular Great American Songbook!
Award winning Sam studied at Trinity Laban Conservatoire and described as an “MD professional beyond his years”

Adults £8
Under 18’s £3

Festive nibbles of mince pies and mulled wine will be available in the interval.

Jesper Svedberg, cello recital – 3rd November 2018, 4pm

Saturday 3rd November, 4pm.
St John’s Church, Macaulay Road.

The extraordinary, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra principal cello, Jesper Svedberg will be joining us again to perform a varied programme from the cello repertoire. Accompanied by Helen Nicholas this concert promises to be very popular so buy your tickets now to avoid disappointment.

Programme to include:

  • Beethoven Sonata in G Minor (Op. 5 No. 2)
  • Debussy Sonata
  • Brahms Sonata No. 1 in E Minor (Op. 38)

Interval tea and cake included

Adults £12, Students £3
Free entry to a pre concert cello workshop with every ticket.

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Ensemble Solaire from the Royal College of Music – 7th October 2018, 4pm

Sunday 7th October, 4pm.
St John’s Church, Macaulay Road.

We are delighted to announce that Royal Over-Seas, Elias Fawcett, Prize winners 2018, Ensemble Solaire, will be opening our next season of concerts with music by Barber, Ravel and Hindemith. The group were described as “Exceptional” by EMI producer, Stephen Johns and they have recently performed Ligeti’s Ten pieces in South Bank’s Prestigious Queen Elizabeth Hall.

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The group is made up of five world renowned players in their own right, including Polly Bartlett who regular BMS concert goers will remember has appeared in the series on several occasions before following her BBC young musician successes. Within Ensemble Solaire, Polly is joined by equally illustrious musicians, Renate Sokolovska – flute, Jorge Ripoll – clarinet, Matthew Horn, – French Horn and Juston Sun – Bassoon.

  • Henri Tomasi
    5 Danses profanes et sacrees
  • Samuel Barber
    Summer Music
  • Maurice Ravel
    1st Movement of String Quartet in F
  • Malcolm Arnold
    3 Sea Shanties
  • Jacques Ibert
    Trois Pieces Breves
  • Paul Hindemith
    Kleine Kammermusik
  • Gyorgy Ligeti
    Six Bagatelles
  • Bozza
    Scherzo

Tickets are available in advance from Hintons in Broadstone or call 01202 695773

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26th May 2018 – Fieri Consort – The Courtesan’s Gaze

Saturday 26th May 2018 – 7:30pm
St John’s Church, Broadstone

Supported by HK_ForLifeInAll

Members of the Fieri Consort, Hannah Ely & Lucy Cox are joined by Toby Carr & Aileen Henry to perform music by Monteverdi, Caccini & Strozzi.

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the first British women to get the vote. We have come a long way since then, and there is still much more to be done. Representation is one of the most important areas in which change is still needed, and in recognition of this, in 2018 we will be exploring the work of the 17th-Century Venetian composer, Barbara Strozzi. A businesswoman, mother, musician and alleged courtesan, Strozzi was one of the most prolific published composers of her time.

Barbara Strozzi was a 17th century, groundbreaking composer of sensual, dramatic & unusual songs. Giulio Strozzi, Barbara Strozzi’s father, led an academic study group for whom she acted as hostess, performed, and composed music. A famous painting of Strozzi depicts her with one breast bared and flowers in her hair, holding the gaze of the viewer – all of which were indicators that she was a courtesan. Several satires were published about the musical and intellectual meetings that she hosted at her father’s house, where ‘clothes were optional’.

The programme will explore whether these accusations were fair, or whether they were a response to society’s inability to place a strong successful woman such as Barbara Strozzi, who published more than almost any other composer at the time.

Tickets: Adults £15, under 18’s £7 –

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Or call in to Hintons on the Broadway, Broadstone.

Interval wine and soft drinks will be available.

Workshop

2:30 – 4:30pm 26th May with the Fieri Singers or Baroque guitar with Toby Carr.
£20 (includes entry to concert)

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14th April 2018 – Halcyon Quartet

Saturday 14th April 2018, 7pm
St John’s Church, Broadstone, BH18 8AR

Our young quartets from the masterclass* earlier in the day will be playing from 6.30pm; please feel free to come early to hear their progress and enjoy their playing.

Formed in September 2012 at the Royal Academy of Music, the prize winning Halycon Quartet will be performing in the Broadstone Music Series.

  • Claudia Fuller (Violin 1)
  • Leidy Sinclair (Violin 2)
  • Nathalie Green-Buckley (Viola)
  • Hee Yeon Cho (Cello)

Described as “the future stars of British Chamber Music” the performances as “passionate, poetic and flawless

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Tickets:  Adults £10, Under 18’s £3 – from Hintons on The Broadway, Broadstone, by telephone 01202 695773 or purchase online from Ticket Source a booking fee applies to online bookings.

Interval wine & soft drinks will be available

*There is a quartet masterclass associated with this concert. If you have a concert ticket and would like to view the masterclass it will take place at approximately 2.30 pm and feature several quartets from the ongoing Broadstone Music Series chamber music coaching programme.  We are grateful to Soundstorm for the funding for this masterclass.

 

 

11th March 2018 – Béla Hartmann – Piano Recital

Béla Hartmann Piano Recital
Sunday 11th March 2018, 4pm
St John’s Church, Broadstone

A prize winner of both national and international competitions, the Czech-German pianist Béla Hartmann presents a captivating recital titled “From Vienna to Warsaw” Comprising music by Mozart, Schubert, Chopin, Beethoven and more.

“He held us spellbound with subtle interpretation.”
Oxford Times

Programme: From Vienna to Warsaw

  • Mozart –  Rondo in A Minor, K 511
  • Schubert – Sonata in A, D664
  • Chopin – Berceuse Op.57
  • Chopin – Polonaise in F Sharp Minor, Op.44
  • Beethoven – Eroica Variations, Op.35

Tickets: Adults £12, under 18’s £7

Tickets can be purchased online at http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/broadstone-music-series or on the door on the day.

Interval tea and cakes will be available

A piano workshop will be associated with this recital. Please email concerts@broadstonemusicseries.info for details.
£15 (includes entry to concert)  –  This opportunity is now filled, we are grateful for the support of Soundstorm in funding this masterclass.

If you would like to observe the masterclass, those holding a concert ticket may enter the church at 1.30pm to watch.