The Aquinas Piano Trio are coming to Broadstone they are a well known group in this country, and Ruth Rogers is particularly well known in Dorset from days when she was co principal in the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. We are very lucky to have them play in the Broadstone Music Series and we hope as many people as possible will take the opportunity to see this wonderful trio in action. Full details will be announced soon but ensure you have the 29th March 2020 in your diaries; it is going to be a real highlight.
Applications for our exciting Bach Project are now open and full details and the application form can be found on our webpage. Deadline for application to Phase A Autumn series (A) BRANDENBURG 1 & 3, Sept 1st & Oct 6th 2019 ) is coming up on the 21st August and spaces are limited.
We are delighted to announce that we will be hosting an incredible series of workshops and concerts specifically for young string players of Grade 6+ featuring the Brandenburg Concerti and similar contemporary music for further details and to apply to this exciting project see our webpage HERE
Inaugural year will feature a range of competitive and non-competitive classes for bowed strings, woodwinds and piano, solo and ensembles.
Applications are now open. CLICK HERE to find out more.
There will also be a ‘Winners’ concert in November in Broadstone details to be confirmed soon.
Ajudicator: Kay Tucker – Kay is the recipient of the 2019 European String Teacher’s Association Award for outstanding contribution to string teaching and is a specialist adjudicator for British and International Federation of Festivals.
Broadstone Music Series are excited to announce our first summer festival. Featuring some of our favourite artists from the last 10 years of the Broadstone Music Series!
- 5th July: Moonlight Swing Band,
St John’s Church, 7:30pm
Led by Kevin Morgan (BSO
Tickets £10 (Wine included)
- 6th July: ‘Come and Play from Scratch’. Broadstone
United Reformed Church Hall, 3pm.
Participation day amateur orchestra. Directed by
distinguished local musicians. From grade 3+,
learn arrangements of classics & musicals.
Tickets £15, advance booking essential.
- 7th July: Dorchester Piano Quartet.
Lytchett Minster. 3pm.
Strauss recital, talk & cream tea.
Tickets £10 (Cream tea included)
- 8th July: Capriccioso String Quartet. St John’s Church, 7:30pm.
Italian themed music & wine.
Tickets £8 (Glass of wine included)
- 9th July: Recitals for Wrigglers. St John’s Church Hall, 1.30pm. Click here for more details.
As seen at the Edinburgh Festival. For ages 0 to 5 years. Sponsored by Lemur Landings.
Tickets £5 child, parent free.
- 9th July: Folk Delights & Dinner. The Cargo Lounge, Dunyeats Rd, 7pm.
Tuneful Tales with Tim Laycock & Alastair Simpson. Poetry by Thomas Hardy & William Barnes.
Tickets £16 (Dinner included)
- 10th July: Music for Life. St John’s Church Hall, 11.30am & 2pm.
Tunes from the Hollywood Golden Age. For seniors, with Jennifer Curiel & Kevin Pritchard.
Tickets £5 (tea and a cake included)
- 10th July: Recital by Young Local Stars.
Broadstone United Reformed Church,
Accompanist, Helen Nicholas.
Tickets £8 (Glass of wine included)
- 11th July: Stars from the Royal Colleges of Music. Broadstone Methodist Church. 7.30pm
Recital by some of the brightest stars from the Royal Colleges of Music.
Brahms & Bridge and beyond.
Accompanist, Helen Nicholas.
- 12th July: Ceilidh. St Michael’s Church, Colehill
A Dorset Ceilidh with Dorset’s amazing Tatterdemalion band and Ruther Thompson
Tickets £12 (Buffet included. Bring own drinks.)
- 13th July: COME & SING. St John’s Church, 10am.
Participation event for final festival concert.
Day of choral music, Handel & more. Directed by John Watkins with supporting tutors. Tickets £15, advance booking essential
- 14th July: Finale — Celebration of English Music. St Johns Church,
Camerata Musicale perform Elgar Serenade for Strings, Vaughan Williams Serenade to Music, & more. Cream tea in interval.
Tickets £12 (Cream tea included)
Come back soon for more details!
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”
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.
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.”
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
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 23rd April, 3:45pm
St John the Baptist Church, Broadstone, BH18 8AR
Don’t miss this special coffee themed event — an afternoon of coffee, cakes, and wine, Bach’s rarely performed miniature comic opera, and Fauré’s Requiem.
3.45pm coffee and cake served in church hall.
4.30pm “Coffee Cantata” performance in the church with soloists (Isabelle and James) with a professional ensemble including: Sam Hanson: harpsichord, Jennifer Curiel: violin, Andrew Foot: violin, Alison Kay: viola, Judith Bergin: cello, David Kenihan: double bass.
5pm glass of wine or soft drink ( Donations gratefully received)
5.30pm Faure’s Requiem soloists include Adam Maxey and Charles Wheelan, with Salisbury chamber chorus, young and older local singers join for the occasion, & Broadstone Music Series chamber orchestra.
Tickets: On sale from Hintons on the Broadway, Broadstone or reserved by calling 01202 695773 – we highly recommend you obtain your ticket in advance to secure your seat.
£12 Adults, Students and Children £6
New venue for this year’s Broadstone Music Series Summer School as the COVID roadmap looks to give us the greenlight to get tentative plans firmed up and with a bit of luck we will be good to go for the scheduled dates 26th – 28th July. With a brighter future in mind this year’s school will be called “Here Comes the Sun” and will be taking place at Lytchett Minster School. We are extremely grateful to be joining forces again with our hub partner SoundStorm, while new this year, we have also gained support from Dorset Music Service too which enables us to keep cost to a minimum. We will be taking orchestral playing instrumentalists from age 8-18, grade 1-8 plus. The focus for the senior players will be, as usual on chamber music. More details will follow but you can register your interest in being part of these exciting three days of music making, fun and friendship see our page for further details.
This year’s coffee house concert was, once again, a resounding success. With almost 40 young people taking part and an amazing array of cakes from Debra a fantastic afternoon was had by all. A diverse programme from Mission Impossible to Mozart and plenty in between. Some very young performers and excellent performances meant a truly enjoyable way to spend St David’s day and celebrate the start of Spring, which seems to have been a long time coming.
The Broadstone Music Series, much loved, three-day music summer school is back 22nd – 24th July 2020. After a break last year, we are excited to be bringing another amazing musical education opportunity to local music students, in association with Soundstorm Music Education Agency. With summer holidays to plan we were very conscious of getting the dates out early so that as many young people as possible can be involved. To register your interest in participating please see our dedicated webpage with all the information and a form to complete.
Our Basically Bach project is in its 2nd phase and there will be a free, informal performance following the workshop on the 9th February, there will be a retiring collection at the end. We are very pleased with how things are going with this project and it will be lovely for the students to have an audience.
Our Winter Newsletter update is now available and if you are a mailing list subscriber you will find it in your inbox, if not, this LINK will take you there. There’s plenty happening so please come along and enjoy some fabulous music in your own community.
SUNDAY 10th NOVEMBER 2019, 7pm,
United Reformed Church Broadstone
Broadstone Music Series Festival Competition Winners’ Recital. Join us for a celebration of some of the musical talent from our 1st ever competition festival on 26th/27th October that took place Talbot Heath School.
Tickets avaliable on the door:
Winners from the inaugural Broadstone Competitive Music Festival 2019.
Music from Bach, Weber, Boccherini and more
Accompanied by Semra Kurutac
SATURDAY 26th OCTOBER 2019 7pm, Lytchett Minster Parish Church BH16 6JE. We launch our professional concert series in this 10th Season by inviting familiar principal woodwind from our world famous local professional orchestra! They will be joined by Marina Finnamore, clarinet, from the Royal Opera House orchestra, Covent Garden and the distinguished David Hill MBE on piano, known mainly as an international conductor and organist.
Bassoon – Tammy Thorn
Clarinet – Marina Finnamore
Flute – Anna Pyne
Oboe – Edward Kay
Horn – Edward Lockward
Programme: Mozart quintet for winds and piano in E flat major K452 Jacques Ibert – Trois Pièces wind quintet Claude Debussy – “Syrinx” for solo flute Poulenc – sextet for winds and piano op 100 Adults- £15 Students-£3 Includes a glass of wine Book on our website “ticket source” above or ring 01202 695773. Tickets are also available in Hinton’s kitchen shop in Broadstone.
Some wonderful performances from the participants during the festival and you can now hear some of the best of them at the upcoming recital at URC Broadstone on 10th November 2019 at 7pm.
We are delighted with the response for our inaugural competition festival, but we still have room for a few more entrants and we know everyone has been busy starting back to school and music lessons so in case you have been thinking of entering but worried you have missed the deadline we have extended the last date of entry and request for accompanist to the 28th September 2019. Full details can be found HERE