Melford Music 2018 Programme


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Melford Music Presents

LUNCHTIME RECITALS
WEDNESDAYS AT 1.10 PM

Admission free
Light refreshments
Raising funds for the fabric of Holy Trinity Church

 

CALLING ALL MUSIC LOVERS

The 2018 season opens on Wednesday 6th June and will close on Wednesday 29th August 

June

6th - Beth Spendlove (Violin) c' Ian Ray (Piano) with music by Vivaldi, Tchaikovsky and Sir Edward Elgar

13th - Daniel Law (Piano) 

20th - Robert Spivey (French Horn), Hillary Spivey )Bassoon) with Tom Cogan (Piano)  

27th -  David Chivers and Samantha Christopher Clarinet) with Mary Blanchard (Piano)  


JULY

4th - Tom Cogan (Organ) with a celebration of Summer. Baroque Splendour mixed with Wesley and Karg-Elert fizz. Bach too. A joyous programme with resting places!

11th - Rock Choir singing popular songs  

18th - Therese Miller (Piano) who, in addition to works by Mozart, Chopin and Mendelssohn, will play Debussy's Arabesques No's 1 & 2 to honour the composer who died 100 years ago this year.  

25th - Amanda Heath (Soprano) accompanied by Penelope Marsden (Piano)  


August

1st - Neil Hilgrove Colledge (Piano) with works by Scarlatti and Debussy

8th - George Ireland (Piano) with works by JS Bach, Mozart, Schubert and Debussy.

15th - David Jones (Baritone) accompanied by George Ireland (Piano) with songs by Henri Duparc, Benjamin Britten, Ivor Gurney and Ralph Vaughan Williams.

22nd - The Althena Ensemble (which has grown out of the Bryony Ensemble) 

29th - Piano Trio:  Chris Slatter (Cello), Beth Spendlove (Violin) with Daniel Law (Piano)




The Organisers reserve the right to change recitals without notice 

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Manager: Jane Kohler
3 Hasells Courtyard, Westgate Street,
Long Melford, Sudbury CO10 9DR
T: 01787 310 373 E: jane@alnic.co.uk
 
Administration
Patrick Kohler with creative assistance from Jilly Cooper