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Festival Events 2013

  • Sunday
    11 Aug
  • Monday
    12 August
  • Tuesday
    13 August
  • Wednesday
    14 August
  • Thursday
    15 August
  • Friday
    16 August
  • Art Exhibition
    12-18 August
Festival opening

Tea Party3pm Rectory Garden

Tea is served! Enjoy a relaxing afternoon in the
lovely Rectory Gardens accompanied by live classical
and folk music.

Free entry. Cream teas available.

Supported by Clipper Teas

Art Exhibition

Art Exhibition10am Village Hall

Opening of the Art exhibition in the Village Hall
Paintings, ceramics, crafts and cards for sale by more than 50 West Country artists.

Open during the concert interval

Carrivick Sisters
Musical journeys with Khyam Allami
and the Carrivick Sisters

7pm St Mary's Church

‘Described by the Telegraph as the ‘pick of the crop’, twins Laura and Charlotte Carrivick have enchanted audiences on both sides of the Atlantic with their performances of bluegrass and folk music. They were finalists in the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2010 and named Band/Duo of the Year in 2011 FATEA Awards.

Charlotte Carrivick guitar, mandolin, clawhammer banjo
Laura Carrivick fiddle, dobro, cello, guitar

Khyam AllamiKhyam Allami first made his name as a drummer on London’s punk rock scene. Born in Damascus to Iraqi parents, he began to study classical Arab music in 2004 and is regarded as one of the masters of the Arabic lute or oud. Currently based in Tunisia, Allami’s musical travels have taken him from Cairo to the BBC Proms and a sold-out perfomance with Blur at the London Olympic closing celebrations in front of an audience of 80,000!
Khyam Allami oud
Vasilis Sarikis percussion

Tickets: £12/£10
Sponsored by Nantes Solicitors

Late Night Recital

Craig Ogden David Juritz

9.30pm St Mary's Church,

Britten and Bach
Benjamin Britten
(1913 - 1976)
Cello Suite No. 3, Op. 87
Introduzione: Lento - Marcia: Allegro - Canto: Con Moto - Barcarolla: Lento - Dialogo: Allegretto - Fuga: Andante espressivo - Recitativo: Fantastico - Moto perpetuo: Presto - Passacaglia: Lento solenne

J S Bach (1685 - 1750)
Chaconne from Partita no.2 in D minor BWV 1004

Tim Stroeble
Abscheid, Nachts

David Juritz violin
Adrian Bradburycello

With soup and roll supper

Tickets: £8
Sponsored by Burton Bradstock Cars

David Juritz Craig OgdenA light lunchtime serenade
at Norburton Hall

12.30pm Norburton Hall

An hour of light and popular music by Sarasate, Turina and Poulenc in the lovely surroundings of Norburton Hall, followed by a light lunch.
David Juritz violin
Miloš Milivojevic accordion
Craig Ogden guitar

Concert to include a picnic lunch platter.
Tickets: SOLD OUT
Sponsored by The Oldham Foundation

David Gordon
Russell Bennett Sandy Burnett

An evening of jazz with
Gordon, Bennett and Burnett

7pm St Mary's Church

If ever there was a musician who defies categorisation, it is the internationally-acclaimed composer, jazz pianist and harpsichordist, David Gordon. Praised by the Independent on Sunday for his ‘sparkling style and boundless
imagination, ... a seemingly limitless store of fresh lines, witty and emotive by turns,’
in his first appearance of the week he is joined by festival favourite Russell Bennett
on trumpet and bassist Sandy Burnett for an evening of laid back jazz.
David Gordon keyboards
Russell Bennett trumpet, flugelhorn
Sandy Burnett double bass

Sponsored by The Bull Hotel
Tickets: £15/£12

Late Night Recital

Yuri and Natasha

9.30pm St Mary's Church

The wonderful Russian husband and wife duo play the virtuoso variations on a Sarabande of Haendel by Halvorsen, and Rolla’s Duo.
Natalia Lomeiko violin
Yuri Zhislin violin/viola

With soup and roll supper
Tickets: £8
Sponsored by Hive Beach cafe

Lunchtime talk
Britten: The man I knew

Sandy Burnett

1pm St Mary’s Church

Sir Humphrey Maud in conversation with Sandy Burnett
A reminiscence of a life-long friendship that began in wartime Britain between the composer and a talented young cellist.
When Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears returned from the USA in 1942 they were, as conscientious objectors, the subject of some hostility. John Maud, then Master of Birkbeck College and his wife, the concert pianist, Jean Hamilton, befriended the couple. The Maud’s son, Humphrey became a frequent house-guest at Britten and Pears’s Aldeburgh home during school holidays, and formed a close friendship which continued until the composer’s death. Britten’s The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra is ‘affectionately inscribed to the children of John and Jean Maud: Humphrey, Pamela, Caroline and Virginia, for their edification and entertainment’.

Tickets: £5
Sponsored in memory of Alex Collins

Video: A life with Benjamin Britten

Sandy Burnett talks to Sir Humphrey Maud

Chamber Concert

Outside the church Anna Hashimoto7pm St Mary's Church

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791)
Quartet for Flute and Strings in D major K.285
1. Allegro, 2. Adagio, 3. Rondeau

Giuseppe Verdi (1813 - 1901)
String Quartet in E minor
1. Allegro, 2. Andantino, 3. Prestissimo,
4. Scherzo Fuga. Allegro assai mosso

Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897)
Clarinet Quintet in B minor, Op. 115
1. Allegro, 2. Adagio, 3. Andantino, 4. Con moto

Festival Players
Michael Cox
Anna Hashimoto clarinet
Natalia Lomeiko, David Juritz violins,
Yuri Zhislin viola
Adrian Bradbury cello

Tickets: £15/£12
Sponsored by a Friend of the Festival

Late Night Concert
Milos Craig Ogden

9.30pm St Mary's Church

Homages by Britten and Bach.
Britten’s Nocturnal after Dowland in memory of a composer born exactly 350 years before him and Bach’s tribute to a Venetian contemporary, the Concerto after Marcello, BWV 974.

Craig Odgen Guitar
Miloš Milivojevic accordion

Tickets: £8
With soup and roll supper.
Sponsored by Riverside Restaurant

Operatic Inspirations
concert Claire Bradshaw Michael Cox

7pm St Mary's Church

Giuseppe Verdi (1813 - 1901)
Prelude to Act 1 of La Traviata
O Don Fatale from Don Carlos

Gioachino Rossini (1792 - 1868)
Une Larme, Variations for cello and orchestra

Richard Wagner (1813 - 1883)

Witold Lutoslawski (1913 - 1994)
Die Strohkette

Luigi Bassi (1833–1871)
Concert Fantasy on Verdi’s Rigoletto

Giuseppe Verdi (1813 - 1901)
Stride la Vampa from Il Trovatore

Francis Poulenc (1899 – 1963)
Sonata for Flute (1957)
1. Allegretto malincolico, 2. Cantilena: Assez lent,
3. Presto giocoso

Richard Wagner (1813 - 1883)
Siegfried Idyll

Festival Players
With Claire Bradshaw mezzo soprano
Anna Hashimoto clarinet
Michael Cox flute
David Juritz violin
Adrian Bradbury cello

Tickets: £15/£12
Sponsored by Alan Williams

Late Night Recital

9.45pm St Mary's Church

David Gordon Adrian Bradbury A late night with David Gordon
Come prepared to be surprised!
Francis Poulenc’s recently discovered Un joueur de flûte
berce les ruines, a dancing goat in Honegger’s Danse de la Chèvre and cats, frogs and musketeers in Heinrich Biber’s Sonata Representativa.

David Gordon harpsichord
Michael Cox flute
David Juritz violin
Adrian Bradbury cello

With soup and roll supper.

Tickets: £8
Sponsored by the Freshwater Beach Holidays

Waiting to go on. Anna and Milos Yuri and Natasha Orchestral Finale

7pm St Mary's Church

A chance for all our musicians to show off just a little!

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791)
Divertimento in D major, K.136
1. Allegro, 2. Andante, 3. Presto

Witold Lutoslawski (1913 - 1944)
Dance Preludes
1. Allegro molto 2. Andantino, 3. Allegro giocoso,
4. Andante, 5 Allegro molto

Matthew Hindson (b.1968)
Rush for guitar and string quartet

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750)
Brandenburg concerto no 5
1. Allegro, 2. Affetuoso, 3. Allegro

Pablo de Sarasate (1844 - 1908)
Navarra for two violins

Gabriel Fauré (1845 - 1924)
Après un Rêve

Anders Koppel (b.1947)
Concerto Piccolo for accordion and strings
1. Andante misterioso, 2. Largo, 3. Allegretto scherzando

Benjamin Britten(1913 - 1976)
Simple Symphony, Op. 4
1. Boisterous Bourée, 2. Playful Pizzicato,
3. Sentimental Sarabande, 4. Frolicsome Finale

Festival Players
With Anna Hashimoto clarinet
Michael Cox flute
David Juritz, Bridget Pearse,
Fiona McCapra,
Yuri Zhislin viola
Adrian Bradbury cello
Sandy Burnett double bass
Miloš Milivojevic accordion
David Gordon harpsichord

Tickets: £15/£12
Sponsored by Alan Williams

Art Exhibition

Art Exhibition in 2011Opening of the Art exhibition in the Village Hall
Paintings, ceramics, crafts and cards for sale by more than 50 West Country artists.

Monday 12 August to Saturday 17 August10-7pm
Sunday 18 August 10 - 3pm
and during the concert interval

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