Well we thought we’d start the 2015 Broadstone Music Series with something a little different, a step back to the the roaring ‘twenties’ and the age of jazz and the era of the silent movies.
Musicians talented enough to provide an on the fly improvised soundtrack to the great movies of the silent era are few and far between, but we are delighted to welcome back, a man that is eminently capable, to the Broadstone Music Series, Sam Hanson who will be taking on Charlie Chaplin’s classic “The Gold Rush”.
Join us for a great evening starting with a little cocktail on arrival, with the music of young local Jazz Quintet, Project F, some popcorn and candy floss followed by showing of the film with Sam providing the exciting, dynamic backing track on the organ.
Tickets For the Live Performance: £8 and £3 (students) includes cocktail on arrival and film nibbles. Tickets may be obtained from Hintons, Broadstone or on the door. For further information or to reserve tickets call 01202 695773.
Venue: St Nicholas Church, Corfe Mullen, BH21 3LE
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”
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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