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Youth Music and Arts Day

Sunday 1st March 2020, 12:00 pm6:00 pm

A day of interactive musical activities for children of all ages, culminating in a showcase from local young musicians. 4pm Local Youth Music and Performing Arts Showcase Performances from (full programme to be announced): Amersham Music Centre Seniors and Juniors Chiltern Music Academy Mary Hare School Performing Arts Department Tring School Music Department Chiltern Arts Massed Youth Choir led by the Marian Consort Thomas Tallis God Grant we Grace Tomás Luis de Victoria Salve Regina Judith Weir My Guardian Angel…

Ensemble Hesperi: Take Note Ensemble

Tuesday 3rd March 2020, 1:00 pm

The Temple of Apollo: Jacobite Secrets of London James Oswald The Poppy and The Narcissus from 'Spring', Airs for the Seasons Giuseppe Sammartini Sonata VI from 12 Trio Sonatas James Oswald The Caledonian Pocket Companion John Reid Solo II (A Second Sett of Six Solos)  Francesco Geminiani The Last time I came o’er the moor from A Treatise of Good Taste in the Art of Musick Earl of Kellie Trio Sonata in C James Oswald The Pheasant’s Eye –The Tulip from 'Spring' /…

Magnard Wind Ensemble: Take Note Ensemble

Friday 6th March 2020, 1:00 pm

Dmitri Shostakovich (arr. Shiner) Prelude and Fugue in F sharp major Robert Schumann (arr. Shiner) Selections from Kinderszenen Paul Hindemith Kleine Kammermusik Amy Beach Pastorale György Ligety Six Bagatelles William Byrd (arr. McDermid) Vigilate from Cantiones Sacrae 1589 The outstanding Magnard Ensemble presents a programme that explores overcoming adversity in a number of ways, ranging from political unrest in Soviet Russia, Elizabethan England and turbulent wartime Europe to the achievements of Amy Beach: the first American woman to compose, publish and…

Salomé String Quartet: Take Note Ensemble

Saturday 7th March 2020, 1:00 pm

Beethoven and the Russian connection Alexander Borodin ‘Nocturne’ from String Quartet No. 2 Dimitri Shostakovich Two pieces for String Quartet Ludvig van Beethoven String Quartet No. 9 in C major, Op. 59, (‘Razumovsky’), No. 3, (“Eroica”) Beethoven wrote the three Razumovsky string quartets in 1806 as the result of a commission by the Russian Ambassador in Vienna. The third quartet in this set is partnered here with music from two Russian composers – Shostakovich and Borodin. Take Note is the…

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