Christmas celebration concert

Our next concert is our annual Christmas affair. With mince pies and the smell of mulled wine, is there another concert more civilised? (Actually it will be non-alcoholic punch – still!) .

Join us at Broadstone Methodist Church,
Friday 16th December
7:30pm
£8 adults,
£3 students & children.
Conductors Lynton Atkinson & Dougie Scarfe
The Broadstone Music Series orchestra, consisting of local professional and young musicians. Before the concert there will be more music from more young musicians from 6:45.

 

The concert aims to raise money to support the projects and concerts due to be held in 2017.

This year sees classical favourites from the repertoire for all to enjoy, including:

  • Tchaikovsky Nutcracker suite highlights.
  • Haydn cello concerto in C major 1st movement ,
    cellist Lauren Hardyman,
  • Corelli Christmas concerto,
  • excerpts from Messiah including audience participation of Hallelujah chorus.
  • O Holy night.
  • Vocal soloists from London Music colleges.

This is one of our most popular concerts of the year so make sure that you get your tickets in advance.

For more details email concerts@broadstonemusicseries.info or call 01202 695773 or from Hintons on the Broadway, Broadstone.

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The Magic of Christmas

Our next concert is our annual Christmas affair. With mince pies and the smell of mulled wine, is there another concert more civilised? (Actually it will be non-alcoholic punch – still!) .

Join us at Broadstone Methodist Church,
Friday 18th December
7:30pm
£8 adults,
£3 students & children.
Conductor Lynton Atkinson & the Broadstone Music Series orchestra, consisting of local professional musicians.

Before the concert there will be more music from young musicians from 6:45.

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The concert aims to raise money to support the projects and concerts due to be held in 2016.

This year sees classical favourites from the repertoire for all to enjoy, including:

  • Handel Messiah excerpts:
    Singers Christopher Head and Adam Maxey
  • Grosser Herr from Bach Christmas Oratorio:
    Baritone: James Atkinson
  • O Holy Night:
    Singers Yolanda Harding and Jonny Di Garis
  • Laudamus Te from Mozart Mass in C minor
    Soprano: Izzy Atkinson
  • Vivaldi cello concerto in G minor movement 1
    Bonnie Schwartz and Dan Grinstead
  • Vivaldi flute concerto in C Major
    Emily Preston and Evie Cooper
  • Albinoni oboe concerto in D minor
    Polly Bartlett
  • Mozart sinfonia Concertante for violin and viola in E flat major, movement 1
    Nathalie Green Buckley & Gabi Jones
  • Excerpts from Tchaikovsky “Swan Lake”
  • Hallelujah from Handel’s Messiah
    sung by Broadstone Music Series community choir

 

This is one of our most popular concerts of the year so make sure that you get your tickets in advance.

For more details email concerts@broadstonemusicseries.info or call 01202 695773 or from Hintons on the Broadway, Broadstone.

19th December 2014: Cracking Christmas Classics

Join us for one of our favourite events of the year. This year our finale to end the year will be on the 19th December at Broadstone Methodist Church, Broadway, Broadstone, BH18 8DP

Some brilliant local musicians, aspiring young musicians and friends of the series come together for a celebration of the season,  just wonderful music. Conducted by Kevin Smith.

Tickets on sale from Hintons, Broadway, Broadstone or Hintons,  Wimborne. Or  call us on  01202 695773.  £8 and £3 for students/children.

Pre-concert entertainment starts at 7pm with some younger musicians.  Concert starts prompt 7.30pm.  Come early to enjoy the whole evening.  Mulled punch (non alcoholic) and Mince Pies.

– Programmed Items-

Mozart – Horn Concerto no 4 in E Flat major – Henry Tann, Robert Hardyman and Harvey Turnbull –

Elgar – Romance for Bassoon   – Stacey Newlin –

 J S Bach – Brandenburg 3rd concerto – Broadstone Music Series Orchestra –

Handel  “Zadok the Priest”  &  “Messiah” excerpts  –  with the Broadstone Music Series Choir, Orchestra and Soloists

JONNY DE GARIS (Guildhall School of Music)  “The People who walked in Darkness”

ISOBEL ATKINSON (Royal College of Music) “Rejoice Greatly “

ADAM MAXEY (Guildhall School of Music) “Why do the nations so furiously rage”

YOLANDA HARDING (Royal Holloway University) “I know that my Redeemer liveth”

CHRISTOPHER HEAD (Guildhall School of Music)  “Behold I tell you a Mystery” & “The Trumpet shall sound”