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

Friday 21st December 2018, 7:30pm with informal pre concert performances from 7pm by younger musicians!

St Nicholas’ Church, Corfe Mullen.

Broadstone Music Series orchestra, comprising of local professional musicians alongside senior young musicians, are joined by Sam Jewison who revisits us for our Christmas concert 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”.

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

First half of the concert includes local Lydia Bennett, N.Y.O. bassoonist & principal of W.Y.O who will perform a movement from Mozart bassoon concerto with orchestra.

Olivia Carstairs, local young soprano, currently studying at Royal College of Music London will sing “How Beautiful are Thy Feet” from Handel’s Messiah.

Lewis Lee and Sally Aiko Dando, who are current leader and co-leader of W.Y.O will perform Handel’s concerto grossi no 1 opus 6 with string orchestra.

The strings will perform the beautiful “The Holy Boy” by Ireland.

This concert will provide everyone with a magical Christmas atmosphere, with more surprise music treats in store!

If you have a score of Messiah, bring it with you for an impromptu informal performance of Handel’s Hallelujah chorus! Members from “Cantabile” will be joining us for this and will perform the well known and beautiful Harold Dark’s music arangement of Rossetti’s poem “In the Bleak Midwinter” with orchestra.

Tickets also available from Hintons shop, Broadstone.

Adults £8
Under 18’s £3

Festive nibbles of mince pies and mulled wine will be available during 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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Quiz night – 26th October 2018, 7pm

Friday 26th October, 7pm.
St John’s Church, Macaulay Road.

We are very excited to present our Charity Fundraising Quiz Night. Think you could put together a team for University Challenge? Mastermind? or perhaps you just want to enjoy an evening with plenty of fun and laughter. Come along and enjoy the challenge.

Teams of up to 6 people, tickets £10 include a ploughman’s supper. Bring your own drinks and glasses.

For tickets call 01202 695773 or use the form below

 

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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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Workshop Opportunity for Singers, Guitar players or Harpists.

An exciting opportunity exists to participate in workshops associated with the upcoming performance of Fieri Consort in the Broadstone Music Series.

Vocal Workshop: If you can read music, love to sing and would like to expand your vocal skills then this workshop is definitely one for you. Join Hannah Ely and Lucy Cox .

Baroque Guitar Workshop:  Competent guitar players try your hand at something new or improve your Baroque style, with Toby Carr.

Baroque Harp Workshop:    With Aileen Henry. An exciting and unusual chance to explore the uniqueness of the baroque harp style and improve your playing techniques.

Fee for these workshops are £20 includes a ticket to the concert in the evening.  There are five discounted spaces available for under 18s, with thanks to Soundstorm for their support.

Time: 2:30 – 4:30pm 26th May 2018.  Minimum age for this workshop is 13. You must be able to read music. Instrumentalists should be Grade 5+

NOW CLOSED FOR APPLICATIONS

String Orchestra Day 13th April 2018

STRING ORCHESTRA DAY with visiting Italian violinist and conductor ROBERTO FANTINEL – in conjunction with Soundstorm Music Development Agency

We have a very exciting workshop coming up.  We have invited Roberto Fantinel to coach some young local string musician students. This is an incredible opportunity for them with this renowned Italian conductor, he has an amazing bio, some of which we have shared below.

Roberto Fantinel studied and achieved his diploma in violin at the conservatoire “A. Steffani” in Castelfranco Veneto under the guidance of M° Michele Lot. While attended many advanced courses on chamber music and conducting with artists like G. Guglielmo, S. Pagliani, Leon Spirer, Alexander Janiczek, Umberto Benedetti Michelangeli and Bruno Mezzena, he attended the classes organized by “I pomeriggi milanesi” orchestra, which were held by the conductors M° Gilberto Serembe and M° Aldo Ceccato.
Award winning Roberto is the main representative and the conductor of the “SiO” orchestra since 2011, the “SiO” orchestra, is made up of young musicians from 11 to 19, this organisation developed from a project called “Suono in Orchestra” which was created into the middle school “Barozzi“ in San Fior which allowed young members of the orchestra take part of important events such as a concert at Teatro Sistina in Rome for the semester of the Italian presidency among the European Community; a concert at the opening of the EXPO in Milan of 2015; the participation at the tv programme TU SI QUE VALES, which got more than 200.000 views on Facebook; a concert at the Senate of the Italian Republic in front of the President and live on RAI1 in 2016.  Since 2017, Roberto has been the institutional contact person in Veneto for “Il Sistema dei Cori e delle Orchestre giovanili” of Italy, connected with the project “El Sistema“ created by Josè Antonio Abreu in Venezuela.  

Email us for more information and to request an application form if you would like to take part in this fun and informative day!  Please note maximum age 18; minimum playing standard – Grade 6.28548376_10213701161595212_1866552473_o

 

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Buy a little, help us a lot with the Co-op

Every time members shop at the Co-op, 1% of what they spend on selected own-brand products and services goes to the Co-op Local Community Fund.

We are delighted to have been selected as one of the local good causes by the Co-op, so if you are already a member or would consider joining (it costs £1) you can choose to give your 1% to Poole Society For Young Musicians (PSYM). This funding period is for 11 months until the 27 October 2018.

Please help us to raise more money to continue to provide outstanding concerts and educational music events for your community by joining as a member or, if you are already, choose us as your local cause.

Thank you.

 

 

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 –

BUY TICKETS ONLINE

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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