28th October: Shades of Autumn

28th October 2016

Featuring the talents of Poole’s Young chamber musicians. An evening concert at St John’s Church in Broadstone at 7.30pm.

Brass quintet

selection of arrangements : Trumpet Tristan Hardyman & Joseph Stickney, horn Sebastian Rowe, Trombone George Farrell, tuba Jake Bartlett.

Reubin Bennett – Piano

“Forcing the Pace” by Christopher Norton

Sam Hopkins – double bass

Unaccompanied Bach cello suite “Bouree 1 and 2”

Anna Silins, Lauren Hardyman and Emily Taylor. – Piano trio

Bridge piano trio “Valse Russe” no7 from Miniatures

Clarinet quintet

Weber. Op. 34 I. Allegro
performers: Lola Brown Araujo, Jacob Gritt, Tristan Apperley, Harry Hanwell, Anna Whitehead.

String quartet

Pleyel Quartet in D minor movement 1.
Jacob Gritt, Matthew Butterfield, Harry Hanwell, Liam Murphy,

Harry Hanwell – piano

Hummel “Rondo all”Ungherie” op 107 no 6

Wind quintet

Haydn “Divertimento”
Alice Stein, Tammy Sullivan, Lucy Moorsom, Megan Whitehead, Lydia Bennett.

String quintet

Boccherini string quintet in C major movement 1 “Andante con moto”
Lewis Lee, Jasmine Rhind, Tristan Apperley, Frankie Holman, Lauren Hardyman.


Concert: Out of the Shadows – Fieri Consort

Fieri Consort sing unaccompanied in a diverse range of styles, they are a seven strong, wonderfully talented vocal ensemble from London, some of you will also recognise Hannah Ely, who has joined the Broadstone Music Series previously, both as a soprano and as an accompanying pianist, Hannah is a originally a local girl and we are delighted welcome  her back to the series.

– Out of the Shadows –  takes us on a musical journey tracking the  he transition from darkness to light:  from the intense expressions of the murderous composer – Prince Carlo Gesualdo, the tortuous chromaticism of Lassus’ Sibylline Prophecies and chilling music from English composers including Gibbons’ ‘What is our life?’, a text written by Sir Walter Raleigh whilst awaiting execution in the Tower of London; to the searingly beautiful harmonies of 21st-century MacMillan, and the radiant compositions of William Byrd.

Included are some rare gems of the choral repertoire, with highlights such as a setting of the oldest known hymn, the greek text ‘Phos Hilaron’ (‘O Gladsome Light’), as well as American shape note-singing, a stark and wonderfully anachronistic style preserved nearly intact from early settlers and not often heard outside of the puritanical traditions of the deep south.

More info on the Fieri Consort www.fiericonsort.co.uk

Tickets are £12 Concessions £10 and U18s £5 on the door and in advance – call 01202 695773 to reserve yours.