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Midsummer Music: 27th June 2015 – Piano and Cello Recital

Join us for this delightful piano and cello recital as a herald to the summer to come.

Midsummer Music with  Jay Jenkinson and Nathaniel Brawn

Programme to include
Beethoven – 7 Variations on ‘Bei Männern, welche Liebe fühlen’, WoO 46
Brahms – Cello Sonata No. 1 in E minor, Op. 38 and popular classics.

They will be joined by local young cellist Dan Grinstead who is soon going to study at Trinity Laban Conservatoire in London,  and cello ensemble with Anna Whitehead and Bonnie Schwartz

Tickets: £8, £7 concessions £2 students to include glass of wine or soft drink – available on the door 

Venue: St Nicholas Church,

30 Wareham Road, Corfe Mullen, Wimborne, Dorset BH21 3LE

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”

 

Broadstone Music Series Concert: Smooth Classics and Cake

Three professional musicians come together for this afternoon recital to brighten the darkening days of winter with some wonderful music in our ever popular cake and cuppa afternoon concerts.

Christopher Edwards – oboe

Helen Tudor – flute

Neil Sissons – piano

Play the music of Mendelssohn, Telemann, Gaubert, Fauré and others

Admission and interval refreshments and cake by donation (suggested £8 + )

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Upcoming Concert : An Autumn Prelude 12th October, 7pm

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Marina Finnamore

The latest in the 2014 Broadstone Music Series of Concerts is An Autumn Prelude, the programme is as follows:-

String Quintet No.2, Op.77 (Dvořák, Antonín)
Clarinet Quintet in A major, K.581 (Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus)

Performed by:  Guest clarinet Marina Finnamore, from Royal Opera House Covent Garden Orchestra & local young guest, Jack Bond on double bass,  Jack is an under graduate student at Trinity College of Music London & principal bass Wessex Youth Orchestra

violins Jennifer Curiel & Magda Gruca-Broadbent from BSO

with viola Alison Kay

& cello Judith Burgin from Opera North

St John’s Church, Macaulay Rd, Broadstone BH18 8AR
Tickets: £10, Senior Concession £9, Student £3.

Adult Tickets include a glass of fizz during interval
Call 01202 695773

THIS CONCERT STARTS AT 7pm

Music, Tea and Cake!

On 7th September, a charity concert and tea party will take place in some beautiful private gardens and barn in Westbourne at the home of some kind music supporters. Broadstone Music Series will benefit from half of the funds raised. The event is through invitation only, but if you are interested, please get in touch with us by emailing us by 2nd September 2014 please. Tickets are £10.

The performers at this short concert are 1st class young local musicians. The instrumentalists include Nathalie Green-Buckley, (ex NYO principal), Polly Bartlett (NYO oboe), Helena Bartlett, Bonnie Schwarz and Rob Hardyman. Singers include local soprano Yolanda Harding who is off to study music at Royal Holloway next month. Also, Bournemouth Handbell Team will be performing. A delicious Afternoon tea will follow the concert! 

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Violin Recital with Amyn Merchant

Violin recital
Amyn Merchant, violin
Daniel Tong, piano

Tickets £14.00 Students £5.00

Programme

Schubert Sonatina D.384 in D Major
Janacek Sonata

INTERVAL with Tea & Cakes

Debussy Sonata
Kreisler selection (tbc)

 

Amyn Merchant – Violin

Amyn Merchant studied at the Royal Northern College of Music, and was awarded a post-graduate degree with a distinction in performance in 2001. A keen chamber musician, Amyn has performed recently with other members of the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra in the Portsmouth Chamber Music series, and has appeared in the Chichester Festivities and Wye Valley Festival. He has also given recitals with piano throughout the UK. He has appeared many times as soloist, including with the BBC Symphony Orchestra in Sir Michael Tippett’s Fantasia Concertante on a theme of Corelli, with performances in London, on Radio 3, and on tour in the Far East, and with the BSO in concerts in the UK and France. Most recently Amyn performed The Lark Ascending by Vaughan-Williams with the BSO at the Guildhall in Portsmouth.

Amyn has held posts in the Hallé Orchestra and in the BBC Symphony Orchestra, including Principal 2nd Violin. He has led the 2nd Violins in the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House at Covent Garden, and has appeared as Guest Leader of the Philharmonia and the Ulster Orchestra. In February 2012 he was appointed Leader of the BSO.
He plays a violin by Andrea Guarneri, which may date from the 1660s.

Daniel Tong – Piano

Daniel Tong was born in Cornwall and studied in London, where he now lives.
His musical life is spent performing as soloist and chamber musician, as well as directing two chamber music festivals, teaching and occasionally writing. Outside the UK he has performed in Sweden, France, Belgium and Portugal. He has recently released his first solo CD of works by Schubert for the Quartz label. He also recorded short solo works by Frank Bridge for Dutton as part of a London Bridge Ensemble disc and broadcast Janacek’s piano sonata live on BBC Radio 3.

He has appeared at many of the foremost British venues and festivals – Wigmore Hall, South Bank Centre, St Georges Bristol, Birmingham Town Hall, Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh as well as the Cheltenham, Aldeburgh and Edinburgh Festivals. He is frequently heard on BBC Radio and his performances have been broadcast throughout Europe and beyond. His project, ‘unravelled’ in collaboration with musicologist Richard Wigmore, has seen a series of lecture-recital weekends on Haydn, Beethoven, Schubert amd Schumann piano works. It continues throughout 2013 and 2014 in Oxford and Winchester. In autumn 2012 he was invited to curate an Elgar festival at Kings Place in London and he will curate a Dvorak programme there in 2014. This year he has presented lecture-recitals on Beethoven piano sonatas at St Georges.

His London Bridge Ensemble has established itself as an exciting presence on the UK music scene, combining different combinations of strings, piano and voice to form challenging and inspiring programmes. They were resident for several years at the Ponte de Lima Festival in Portugal and have recorded two CDs of works by Frank Bridge for Dutton (the most recent of which was shortlisted for the Gramophone Chamber Music Award) as well as Schumann and Faure for Sonimage. These releases have each been praised and recommended in the press. The ensemble recently gave performances at the Wigmore Hall and Kings Place in London and broadcast a live concert from Champs Hill in Sussex on BBC Radio 3. In 2009 they established their own festival in Winchester.

Daniel has collaborated with the Elias, Navarra, Callino, Barbirolli and Allegri quartets. He has a regular duo with baritone Ivan Ludlow. Each year Daniel plays with an array of wonderful individual artists, often at his own chamber festivals; in Winchester and also in the Wye Valley. Founded in 1999, the Wye Valley Chamber Music Festival attracts many of the most exciting chamber musicians of the younger generation to spend ten days making music in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The Festival has become a well-established and treasured event in the region’s cultural life, also gaining national attention for its creative spirit and artistic vibrancy.

For 2015 and beyond, Daniel is teaming up with violinist, Krysia Osostowicz for Beethoven Plus! They will present the ten sonatas by Beethoven for violin and piano alongside ten new pieces, each written by a different composer as their reaction to one of the Beethoven works. The project is expanding quickly, but the series is already set to take place at St Georges Bristol and Kings Place in London.

Daniel teaches at the Centre for Young Musicians in Westminster, St Paul’s Girls’ School and privately. He has given classes for Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Junior Guildhall, the Gothenburg Conservatoire and Oxford University. He studied piano with Hilary Coates at school and with Irina Zaritskaya and Paul Roberts at music college. He then went on to work with Grorgy Sebok, Andras Keller and Ferenc Rados at IMS Prussia Cove.