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MUSIC:LINK Events

1st August to 31st August 2017

 

 

1st Tuesday 11.00 am

Lincoln Internationsl Chamber Music Festival

Les Bubb - mime artist
& Trio Apaches

Les Bubb is, by common aclain. the top comedy mime artist in the UK and one of the most innovative and accessible physical comics in Europe. Les will appear in this special "Family Show" aimed primarily at a young audience. With Les today will be pianist Ashley Wass, violinist Matthew Trusler ans cellist Thomas Carroll. Les Bubb's ectraordinary range of abilities will be unleashed over, under and around the trip to create a kaleidoscope of comical illusions.

This madcap concert of music, mime, magic ans mirth will make you laugh and cry (and even hav eyou scratching your head in bewilderment) as great pieces of music are reimaged in ways you never thought possible

What did Beethoven have for breakfast the morning he decided to compose one of his most famous pieces of musicto be played by a piano, violin ans cello trio? Well come along and find out

Can you imagine helping to clean the house and finding that your broom is "magic and it is being controlled by the Sorcerer's Apprentice?

Perhaps you've always wanted to know what Mozart's Marriage of Figaro would sound like if arranged for piano trio and er well....a pussy cat?

Tickets; advance booking £10, students and child £5, on the door same price sc

Sam Newsom Centre, Boston

   
    1.05 pm

Lunchtime concerts
St Celia Singers

Amission free with retiring collection

All Saints Church in Gainsborough.

   
    7.30 pm

Lincoln Internationsl Chamber Music Festival

Matthew Trustler - violin
Ashley Wass - piano

Beethoven Sonata for violin ans piano in F major Op 24 'Spring' (25')
Vaughan Williams The Lark Ascending (15')
Prokofiev Five pieces from Cinderella for violin and piano
Franck Sonata for violin and piano in A major (27')

This concert, devised to celebrate Matthew and Ashley's 40th birthdays and to mark their first year as joint Artistic Directors of LICMF, brings together some of the pieces they have most relished playing over the course of their careers

Tickets; advance booking £20, concessions £18, students and child £5, on the door same price but no concessions

Holy Trinity Church, Tattershall


1st
to
29th
every Tuesday 7.00 pm

soundLINCS New Tricks Grimsby

Ukulele Group

Adult Music Workshops
Come and join this new group for all abilities, learning ukulele versions of hits from thtoughout the decades

First session is free to attend
Contact soundLINCS 01522 510073, info @soundlincs.org

The Side Door Church, Lacey Road, Grimsby


2nd Wednesday 7.30 pm

Lincoln Internationsl Chamber Music Festival

Jane's Jukebox
Mary Bevan - soprano
Guy Brunstein - violin
Thomas Carroll - cello
Anna Tilbrook - piano
Solem String Quartet

Beethoven From 25 Scottish Songs for voice and piano trio Op 108 (17')
Pleyel String Quartet in E flat major Op 2 No 4 (19')
Haydn English Canzonettas for voice and keyboard Hob XXVIa/25-30 (20')
Mozart Piano Concerto in D major K 107/1 (after J C Bach) (15')

Like many ladies of her era Jane Austin was an accomplished musician as indeed wwere many of her characters. A keen collector of folk songs ans canzonettas, Jane frequently played the pianoforte for the enjoyment of her familyans friends, practising for several hours every morning. In the first of LICMF 2017's events marking the 200th anniversary of her death, this recital showcases a selection of works with which Jane would have been familiar, by composers whose music she was known to love

Tickets; advance booking £20, concessions £18, students and child £5, on the door same price but no concessions

St Mary's Church, Horncastle


3rd Thursday 11.00 am

Lincoln Internationsl Chamber Music Festival

Les Bubb - mime artist
& Trio Apaches

Les Bubb is, by common aclain. the top comedy mime artist in the UK and one of the most innovative and accessible physical comics in Europe. Les will appear in this special "Family Show" aimed primarily at a young audience. With Les today will be pianist Ashley Wass, violinist Matthew Trusler ans cellist Thomas Carroll. Les Bubb's ectraordinary range of abilities will be unleashed over, under and around the trip to create a kaleidoscope of comical illusions.

This madcap concert of music, mime, magic ans mirth will make you laugh and cry (and even hav eyou scratching your head in bewilderment) as great pieces of music are reimaged in ways you never thought possible

What did Beethoven have for breakfast the morning he decided to compose one of his most famous pieces of musicto be played by a piano, violin ans cello trio? Well come along and find out

Can you imagine helping to clean the house and finding that your broom is "magic and it is being controlled by the Sorcerer's Apprentice?

Perhaps you've always wanted to know what Mozart's Marriage of Figaro would sound like if arranged for piano trio and er well....a pussy cat?

Tickets; advance booking £10, students and child £5, on the door same price sc

Lincoln Drill Hall

   
    12.00noon
to
1.00 pm

Lunch Time Organ Recital
Geof Brown - Barton on Humber

Admission Free — Retiring Collection.

Bailgate Methodist Church

   
    12.30 pm

Organ Recital
Paul Hale - Concert Organist

Admission Free — Retiring Collection.

St. Botolph’s Church, Boston

   
    7.30 pm

Lincoln Internationsl Chamber Music Festival

Harry The Piano

Harry the Piano is a musiccal sensation known to millionsthrough his own show on BBC Rsdio 2 ajs as resident pianist for five years on Channel 4's Big Breakfast. Since starting toplay st the age of four, Harry has set about proving that he can do absolutely anuthing on piano. Quite simply he does things with the instrument that you've never heard before, moving seamlesly between jass and classical in a manner that hasn't been seen in the UK since the heyday of Dudley Moore. He has also accompanied just about everyone in the business from Englebert Humperdinck, Julie Andrews, Dame Edna Everage and Charlotte Church to David Bwie and James Belushi as well as opera stars Sir Willard White ans Andrea Boccelli. He has appeared to rapturous acclaim on BBC Radio 3 taking requests from a live audience to play any tune in the style of a composer of their choice

Harry's extraordinary talent and breth-taking creativity have eared him a reputation as one of the most gifted iprovising painists in the world..No other musician can spontaneously reinvent Michael Jackson in the style of mozart, recreate a night at the Groucho Club through the TV themes of its actor members ans improvise a seamless medley of audience requests ranging from James Bond to Shostakovich via West side Story

For this event the Drill Hall will be set out with some round tables. Why not get up a party and book a whole table?
Tickets; advance booking £20, concessions £18, students and child £5, on the door same price but no concessions

Lincoln Drill Hall


3rd
to
31st
every Thursday 10.30 am

soundLINCS New Tricks Grantham

Folk With a Twist

Adult Music Workshops
Bring along your instrument (or voice) and explore Scottish and English folk as well as Early Music as part of this great group

First session is free to attend
Contact soundLINCS 01522 510073, info @soundlincs.org

Guildhall Arts Centre, Grantham


4th Friday 7.30 pm

Lincoln Internationsl Chamber Music Festival

Solem String Quartet
Guy Braunstein - violin
Thomas Carroll - cello

Sibelius String Quartet in E flat major LS 184 (18')
Kodály Duo for violin and cello Op 7 (29')
Gershwin Lullaby for string quartet (9')
Ravel Sonata for violin and cello (23')

This varied programme of music for strings features works by composers who contributed enormously to the musical riches of the 20th Century and who are being honoured as they reach milestone anniversaries. Some 70 years after his death Sibelius remains a national hero in Finland, while the Op7 Duo by Kodály, who died 50 years ago, is today recognised as a true masterpiece. Both Gershwin and Ravel passed away 80 years ago; their musical languages are at once worlds apart and gloriously connected

Tickets; advance booking £20, concessions £18, students and child £5, on the door same price but no concessions

St James Church, Spilsby


5th Saturday 4.30 pm

Lincoln Internationsl Chamber Music Festival

Regency Dance Afternoon
The Regency Society - dancers

Anyone acquainted with the novels f Jane Austin or the film and TV adaptation of her works will be familiar with her lively depictions of balls and dances. Dancing allowed young men and women to become acquainted and for courtship to flourish. It was a pastime enjoyed by all ages at balls in country houses ans Assembly Rooms throughout the country.

Most dances of the eriod were English country dances: longways dances with couples facing each other in two lines before dancing their wy to the bottom of the line and back up the dance. Also popular were the Cotillions and Quadrilles of French origin, danced in sets of fourcouples

The Regency Dancers would be delighted if you would like to take the opportunity to participate and try a few moves

The castle grounds will be open after this event for eople to enjoy a picnic. We offer the facility of ordering a hamper from LICMF or you may prefer to bring your own

Tickets; advance booking £25, concessions £23, students and child £5, on the door same price but no concessions

Grimsthorpe Castle, near Bourne


6th Sunday 3.30 pm

Lincoln Internationsl Chamber Music Festival

The Grand Finale
Trio Apaches
Solem String Quartet

Guy Braunstein - violin
Matthew Trusler - violin
Thomas Carroll - cello

Rachmaninov Trio élégiaque No 1 in G minor (15')
Delius String Quartet in E minor (1969) (29')
Prokofiev Sonata fo two violins in C major Op 56 (16')
Debussy 'La Mer (trans for piano by Beamish) (24')

We close this year's Festival with a concert mixing works created out of the great Anglo-French dynamic with pieces written by composers who emigrated from Russia following the 1917 revolution. The Sonata for two violins was composed in France at a time when Prokofiev believed that "Russia had no use for music." Delius was the quintessential Anglo-French composer, born in England but resident in France for most of his life. His music developed a language that was unique . The final work in the programme is Debussy's masterpiece La Mer, written while the great French master was staying in Eastbourne overlooking the English Channel. It is performed here in the transcription by Sally Beamish, one of the UK's most respected composers. This work received its world premiere here in Lincolnshire during Festival 2013

Tickets; advance booking £20, concessions £18, students and child £5, on the door same price but no concessions

St Katherine's Cathedral Church, Lincoln


7th
to
28th
every Monday 10.30 am

soundLINCS New Tricks Spalding

Folk With a Twist

Adult Music Workshops
Bring along your instrument (or voice) and explore Scottish and English folk as well as Early Music as part of this great group

First session is free to attend
Contact soundLINCS 01522 510073, info @soundlincs.org

South Holland Centre, Spalding

   
    2.00 pm

soundLINCS New Tricks Mablethorpe

Instrumental Group

Adult Music Workshops
Want to play an instrument, learn new skills and meet new friends? No matter your instru7ment or ability, come along and experience what we have to offer.

First session is free to attend
Contact soundLINCS 01522 510073, info @soundlincs.org

Mablethorpe Library

   
    6.00 pm

soundLINCS New Tricks North Hykeham

Rhythm and Blues

Adult Music Workshops
Performing tunes from the 1960s to today, bring along your instrument (or voice) to be part of this new band

First session is free to attend
Contact soundLINCS 01522 510073, info @soundlincs.org

Terry O'Toole Theatre, North Hykeham

   
    7.00 pm

soundLINCS New Tricks Lincoln

Indian and African Drumming

Adult Music Workshops
come along and explore a range of methods and genres with the fantastic Rajeesh

First session is free to attend
Contact soundLINCS 01522 510073, info @soundlincs.org

soundHOUSE, 18 St Martins Lane, Lincoln


8th Tuesday 1.05 pm

Lunchtime concerts
SilverWood
Chris Hunter - flute
Sylvia Windsor - violin
Rosalind Millward - viola
Simon Kent - cello
Terence Millward - tenor

Amission free with retiring collection

All Saints Church in Gainsborough.


10th Thursday 12.30 pm

Organ Recital
Richard Hills - Concert Organist

Admission Free — Retiring Collection.

St. Botolph’s Church, Boston


12th Saturday 2.00 pm

Gala Concert
The City of Lincoln Band

Robert Wilson - musical director

Bassingham Village Green


13th Sunday 2.00 pm

Bandstand Concert
Lincolnshire Hospitals Band
Ewan Robson - conductor

Entry FREE

Normanby Hall


15th Tuesday 1.05 pm

Lunchtime concerts
Steven Hopwood - piano

Amission free with retiring collection

All Saints Church in Gainsborough.


17th Thursday 12.30 pm

Organ Recital
David Shepherd - St. Botolph’s Church, Boston

Admission Free — Retiring Collection.

St. Botolph’s Church, Boston


20th Sunday 4.30 pm
to
7.45pm

Music at Doddington
Arcus Quartet

Experience the special magic of Chamber Music during our summer concert series. Enjoy wonderful music from the Arcus Quartet in the beauty of the Long Gallery.

£24 (£12 accompanied under 16s) £26 premium reserved seats (£13 under 16s) £70 season ticket for all 2 concerts with reserved seating (saving £8) Tickets include access to gardens, glass of prosecco on the private terrace and concert. Pre-concert Sunday lunch also available at extra charge. www.doddingtonhall.com / 01522 694308

Doddington Hall


22nd Tuesday 1.05 pm

Lunchtime concerts
Simon Corner - organ

Popular organ pieces

Amission free with retiring collection

All Saints Church in Gainsborough.


22nd
to
1 sep
Tuesday
to
Friday
 

Jekyll & Hyde: The Musical

Once again the Nave will be transformed for 10 nights in August, as over 200 members of the local community stage the musical phenomenon that is Jekyll & Hyde.

Theatre in the Nave is back! From the team that brought you Jesus Christ Superstar in 2015 and 2016, Lincoln Cathedral is pleased to present the Broadway showstopper

Tickets on sale from Tuesday 14 February at 10am

Lincoln Cathedral


22nd
to
29th
every
Tuesday
10.00 am

soundLINCS New Tricks Gainsborough

Rhythm and Blues

Adult Music Workshops
Performing tunes from the 1960s to today, bring along your instrument (or voice) to be part of this new band

First session is free to attend
Contact soundLINCS 01522 510073, info @soundlincs.orgTerry O'Toole Theatre, North Hykeham

Gainsborough House

24th
and
25th

Thursday
and
Friday
7.00 pm

Southwell Music Festival

The Art of the Trio
Rachel Kelly - mezzo soprano
Sara Wolstenholme - violin
Lena Eckels - viola
Nathaniel Boyd - cello
James Pillai - horn
James Baillieu, Libby Burgess, James Cheung - piano

Johannes Brahms Two songs for alto, viola and piano, Op 91
Charlotte Bray Two Shakespearean piano trios: "That Crazy Smile" & "Those Secret Eyes"
Johannes Brahms Trio for violin, horn and piano Op 40
Dmitri Shostakovich Piano Trio no 2 in E minor Op 67

How many voices do you need for an interesting musical converstaion? This programme shows how composers from the 19th to the 21 st centuries have risen to the challenges of trio writing and in the process created some of their most memorabe music- from the hjighly individual sonorities of Bhrams to Shostakovich's epic use of the familiar pianotrio (violin, cello and piano). The concert will also feature work by one of Britain's most exciting young composers, Charlotte Bray.

Performers include two of this year's outstanding guests - mexxo soprano Rachel Kelly and international viola player Lena Eckels

Tickets £25, 18 years and under £10

The State Chamber

   
    7.15 pm

Southwell Music Festival

Clasical with a Twist
Katherine Bryan - flute
Amy Harman - bassoon
Keith Price - percussion
Marcus Farnsworth - guest percussion
Festival Voices Unleashed

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Sonata for Bassoon and String Trio K292 (arr Iain Farrington)
Steve Reich Clapping Music
Heitor Villa-Lobos Bachianas Brasileiras No 6 for Flute and Bassoon
plus A selection of close harmony arrangements

Informality, intimacy, wit and good humour are the halllmarks of our concets in this 18th century theatre. Last year we really valued the introduction to each piece and enjoyed being able to witness the interaction between the players.

The eclectic programme shows off the virtuosity of our visiting players and singers, and the versatility of the Artistic Director, with the instrumsntal repetoire in the first half and popular close harmony vocal arrangements in the second, includiong filk and popsongs and numbers fromstage musiccals

Tickets £25, 18 years and under £12. Ticket price includes a plated main course salad served at your seat

The Stage at the Old Theatre Deli

   
    8.15 pm

Southwell Music Festival

Strings in the Quire
Southwell Festival Chamber Soloists
Marcus Farnsworth - conductor
James Campbell - director from the violin
Alison Rose - soprano

Avro Pärt Cantus in Memory of Benjamine Britten
Benjamine Britten Les Illuminations Op 18
Ralph Vaughan Williams Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis

Last year's unforgettable performance of Strauss's Metamorphosen revealed the potential of the Minster's 13th century Quire as an ideal space and acoustic in which ro present the Festival's outstanding body of string players.

This year three highly attractive works for string orchestra from the beginning and end of the 20th century are contrasted with brief but arresting contributions from the Festival's brass players. Arvo Pärt's haunting Cantus in Memory of Benjamin Britten expresses his admiration for Britten, whose Les Illuninations announced the arrival of a genius: the song cycle, setting poems by Arthur Rimbaud was written when Britten was still in his 20s. The concert ends with Vaughan Williams' rediant and revolutionary Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis which was concieved with a cathedral acoustic in mind, in this case Gloucester Cathedral where it was premiered at the 1910 Three Choirs Festival

Tickets £22, 18 years and under £10

The Quire, Southwell Minster


24th Thursday 12.30 pm

Organ Recital
John Lyon - Heckington Parish Church

Admission Free — Retiring Collection.

St. Botolph’s Church, Boston

   
    10.00 pm

Southwell Music Festival

Late Night Baroque
Southwell Festival Voices
The Little Baroque Company
Chelys Consort of Viols

Buxtehude, a contempory of Bach, is one of the masters of the late Baroque:-- Membra Jesu Nostri patientis sanctissima (The most holy limbs of out suffering Jesus) is one of his most powerful works. The Minster late at night is the perfect setting for a rare performance.

This unique meditation on the body of the crucified Christ is in seven parts, each addressed to a different part of Christ's body - feet, knees, hands, side, breast, heart and head. In each part biblical words frame verses of a mediaeval poem.

The work is scored for five voices, two violins and basso continuo and in part 6 Ad cor (To the heart), a viol consort is added for dramatic effect. A one-to-a-part consort drawn from the Festival Voices will be joined by leading specialist baroque players - The Little Baroque Company and Chelus Consort

Tickets £12, 18 years and under £5

The Quire, Southwell Minster


24th
to
31st
every
Thursday
2.00 pm

soundLINCS New Tricks Gainsborough

Instrumental Group

Adult Music Workshops
Want to play an instrument, learn new skills and meet new friends? No matter your instru7ment or ability, come along and experience what we have to offer.

First session is free to attend
Contact soundLINCS 01522 510073, info @soundlincs.org

Gainsborough Library


25th Friday 12.15 pm

Southwell Music Festival

Lunchtime Recital
Repertoire and names of performers will be confirmed closer to the date of the festival

In 2017 the Festival embarks on a new project to support the development of emerging talent on the British classical music scene. This concert will be a showcase for the youngest members of the Festival's ensemble of singers and players.

The instrumentalists will be some of the most talented undergraduat players at the UKs leading conservatoires who are in Southwell as p0art of the Festival's new performer development programme. The singers taking part are graduates of The Sixteen's Genesis Programme. The opportunity to sing alongside some of the UK's most experienced consort singers is and extension of that training and the result of a joint initiative by our patron Harry Christophers and Marcus Farnsworth.

Entry FREE with retiring collection

The Nave, Southwell Minster

   
    10.00 pm

Southwell Music Festival

Voices of Freedom
Southwell Festival Voices
Marcus Farnsworth - conductor
Victoria Newlyn - actress

William Byrd Vigilate
Avro Pärt Solfeggio
Thomas Tallis Miserere Nostri
Veljo Tomis Spring Song
Francis Poulenc Figure Humaine FP 120

This sequence of choral music, poitry and prose featuring thr highly accomplished Festival Voices in the stillness of the darkened Minster has become an emotional high point of the Festival

Francis Poulenc was ibe if the 20th century 's outstanding choral composers and his cantata for double choir, around which this programme is built, is a choral tour de force and a hymn to Liberté victorious over tyranny

The programme presents the response of composers, poets and writers to tryanny and oppression in widely differe=ing circumstances, fro Byrd and Tallis as catrholics in Elizabeth l protestant England and Tormis and Pärt in Estonia under Soviet rule, to Poulenc himself in Nazi occupied France during the Second World war

Tickets £15, 18 years and under £5

The Quire, Southwell Minster


26th Saturday 10.00am
to
12 noon

Southwell Music Festival

Southwell Masterclass

A unique opportunity fo r local young musicans to be tutored by visiting professionals of national and international standing. As well as benefiting the performers, the Masterclass provides a fascinating insight into the process of classical music making

If you are a young musican aged 19 or under are at least grade 8 standard and y=would be interested in taking part, please contact info @southwellmusicfestival.com by 8 May with details of your instrument/voice type. Places are limited

Free event

The State Chamber

   
    1.00 pm

Southwell Music Festival

Sheku Kanneh-Mason - cello
James Baillieu - piano

Ludwig van Beethoven Sonata in G minor Op 5 no 2
Gaspar Cassadó Suite for Solo Cello
Alexander Scriabin Etude Op 8 no 11
David Popper Hungarian Rhapsody Op 68

For Sheku Kanneh-Mason winning BBC Younbg Musican 2016 was only the most high profile of a string of distinctions, prizes, awards and scolarships which began when, aged nine, he gained the highest mark in the UK for Grade 8 Cello - only three years after starting lessons with Southwell's Satah Huson-Whyte,

One of our Festival's foiunding principles is to give opportunities to yung musicians and the Saturday morning Masterclass and Lunchtime recital are fundamental to this approach. In 2015 Sheku took part in the Masterclass - working on Shostakovich concerto which he performed to win BBC Young Musician. WE warmly congratulate Sheku on his success and are thrilled that he has returned to give a recital at the first opprtunity

Tickets Front Nave £20, Rear Nave £10, Aisles £5 18 years and under £5

The Nave, Southwell Minster

   
    7.30 pm

Southwell Music Festival

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Southwell Festival Voices
Southwell Festival Sinfonia

Marcus Farnsworth - conductor
James Baillieu - piano
Sophie Bevan - soprano
Rachel Kelly - mezzo soprano

Piano Concerto No 21 in C K467
Great Mass in C minor K427

These two works, both from the 1780's, illustrate the genius of Mozart' at the hieght of his powers, taking both the piano concerto and music for the Mass to new levels of musical originality and emotional profundity. As in so much of Mozart's music the opera stage is never far away

Our professional chorus and archestra are joined by two outstanding soloists each with growing reputations on the opera and concert stage and in the recording studio. We welcome the young Irish mezzo Rachel Kelly who recentlycompleter the Royal Opera's Young Artists programme and the return os Sophie Bevan who was the soprano soloist in The Creation at our inaugral Festival in 2014

James Baillieu is simply one of the most distinguished accompanists working in Britain today. The Festival ia proud that he is one of our 'house' pianin=sts and delighted that he nos takes the spotlight to perform one of Mozart's great piano concertos.

Tickets £35, £22, £15; 18 and under £17.50, £12.50, £7.50

The Nave, Southwell minster


27th Sunday 7.30 pm

Southwell Music Festival

French Chamber Classics
Festival Chamber soloists
Katherine Bryan - flute
Joseph Shiner - clarinet
Céline Saout - harp
Jamie Campbell - violin
Marcus Farnsworth - baritone
James Cheung, James Baillieu, Libby Burgess - piano

Claude Debussy Syrinx (for solo flute) L 129
Maurice Ravel Introduction and Allegro for Harp, Flute, Clarinet and String Quartet
Gabriel Fauré Piano Quintet No 1 in D minor Op 89
Maurice Ravel Ma mére l'Oye (Mother Goose Suite)
Francis Poulenc Le bal masqué for baritone and chamber ensemble FP60

The remarkable conjunction of French compositional genius in the late 19th and early 20th centuries is celebrated in this programme. To perform at we have created our own conjunction of stellar talent including Katherine Bryan, one of the most sought-after flautists in Britain today and Céline Saout the Principal Harp with the Orchestra of Opera North and Birmingham Contemporary Group.

Debussy's evocative Syrinx and a rare performanvr of Poulenc's dramatic and entertaining Le bal masqué frame a programme of masterpieces from this high water mark of French music, including Ravel's Mother Goose Suite for four hands at one piano. The performance reunites the team of Burgess and Baillieu who brought us 'The Rite of Spring' so memorably in 2015.

Tickets £25,18 and under £10

The Crossing, Southwell Minster


28th Monday 10.00am - 1.00pm
&
2.00pm - 3.00pm

Southwell Music Festival

Come and Sing Mozart
Ruth Provost - soprano
Judy Brown - alto
Richard Dowling - tenor
David le Prevost- bass
Simon Hogan - organ
Marcus Farnsworth - conductor

Mozart Vesperae solennes de confessore K339
Haydn Insanae et vanae curae

To complement the Festival's central performance of Mozart's Great Mass in C minor we look forward to bringing together around 250 voices under the direction of Marcus Farnsworth for an unforgettable performance of Mozart's Vespers, a work not so often perormed but famousd for it's Laudate Dominum for solo soprano. Haydn's motet provided a dramatic bonus

Rehearsal 10.00 am to 1.00 pm
informal performance 2.00 pm to 3.00 pm

Participant fee £15 18 and under £5 (music copies available at no extra cost)
pre-booking is essential, no performer tickets available on the door
informal performance is free with retiring collection. Friends and family are welcome at this performance

The Nave, Southwell Minster

   
    3.30 pm

Southwell Minster Organ Recital Series

Matthew Martin

Patrick Gowers An Occasional Trumpet Voluntary
Jean-Adam Guilain Suite du deuxième ton pour le Magnificat
Maurice Duruflé Scherzo
Jeanne Demessieux Te Deum
Charles-Marie Widor Andante Sostenuto from the Symphonie Gothique
Louis Vierne Carillon de Westminster

Matthew Martin is an award winning composer, conductor and organist and currently Director of Music and a Fellow at Keble College, Oxford. He previously held positions at New College, Oxford, Canterbury Cathedral, Westminster Cathedral and the London Oratory.

Matthew has performed at the Cheltenham, Spitalfields and South bank Festivasls and in Miami and Uppsala, Sweden. He is a regular organist for The Sixteen and his first solo recording on the historic Ralph Downes designed organ of the London Oratory has received critical acclaim

Entry Free with retiring collection

The Nave, Southwell Minster


29th Tuesday 1.05 pm

Lunchtime concerts
Sax Lincs - saxaphone quartet

Amission free with retiring collection

All Saints Church in Gainsborough.


31st Thursday 12.30 pm

Organ Recital
Rosemary Field - Royal School of Church Music

Admission Free — Retiring Collection.

St. Botolph’s Church, Boston