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31 May 2019

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Festival Events 2018

  • Sunday
    12 Aug
  • Monday
    13 August
  • Tuesday
    14 August
  • Wednesday
    15 August
  • Thursday
    16 August
  • Friday
    17 August

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Art Exhibition

11-19 August

Tea PartyOpening times are: Weekdays 10am – 8pm
Weekends 10am – 7pm
Sunday 19 August 10am – 12.30pm
The Art Exhibition is also open during the
nterval of the evening music concert.

Full details

Festival opening

3pm Rectory Garden

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

Free entry. Cream teas available.

Supported by Waitrose


St Marys Church6.30pm St Mary's Church

Festival Evensong will be sung by the choir of Colyton Parish Church. The service will be led by Rev Hilary Dawson, the Rector of St. Andrew’s church, Colyton.

Nicholas Brown Director

Craig OgdenCastaway with Craig Ogden

12.30pm St Mary's Church

Guitarist, Craig Ogden talks to David Juritz
about his favourite music and what it means to him.

Sponsored in memory of
Alex Collins and Judie Hibbert

Tickets: £10


7pm St Mary's Church

‘How often do you hear a sound that’s
completely new, I’ll be following Ranagri
around.... I hope they don’t mind...’

Katie Derham - BBC Radio 3

Ranagri is a contemporary folk/world music band
consisting of flutes; Irish whistles; electric harp;
bodhran; guitars; piano; bouzouki and voices.
Ranagri bring catchy hooks and sublime instrumental
blends to trad tunes as well as their original
songs characterised by Donal’s ability to spin
a great yarn. Influences from folk to world
music and a powerful message to boot.

Dónal Rogers vocals and guitar,
Eliza Marshall flutes/ethnic whistles
Ellie Turner electric harp
Joe Danks bodran, udu

Sponsored by Porter Dodson

Tickets: £16/12

Late night recital

9.45pm St Mary’s Church
David Juritz
Happy 350th François Couperin.
The first of three concerts celebrating the great
French master in a programme of music for guitar,
violin and accordion.

Craig Ogden guitar
David Juritz violin
Miloš Milivojevic accordion

With soup and roll supper.

Tickets: £8

Sponsored by Robert and Margaret Jones

Lunchtime concert at St Mary's

Sarah Beth Briggs 12.30pm St Mary's

Mozart and Debussy
Sarah Beth Briggs, winner of the International
Mozart Competition in Salzburg, joins
David Juritz and Adrian Bradbury for two trios.
The Piano Trio in G major by an 18-year-old
Debussy exudes charm and melody while Mozart’s
masterful Trio in E major K.542, written in the same
summer as his last three symphonies, is a work
of which even he was enormously proud.

Adrian Bradshaw Sarah Beth Briggs piano
David Juritz violin
Adrian Bradbury cello

Concert to include a picnic lunch platter

Sponsored by Palmers Wine Store

Tickets: £12


7pm St Mary's Church

6Pac6Pac are back!
A six-piece combining the transparency and
improvisational style of a jazz combo with the
orchestration possibilities of the big band.

It is a great privilege to be invited
back to Burton. The band has many
fond memories of performing at the
festival in the past and very much
look forward to our return.’
Russell Bennett

Russell Bennett trumpet, flugelhorn
Kenji Fenton tenor sax, clarinet
Richard Wrigley trombone
Andrew Stamatakis-Brown piano
Gavin Barrass bass
Ben Gray drums

Sponsored by Freshwater Bay
and Dream Cottages

Tickets: £16/12

Adrian BradburyLate night recital

9.45pm St Mary’s Church

Adrian Bradbury plays Bach Cello Suite no. 5
in C minor
followed by Milos Milivojevic in the
remarkable Five Views of the Gulag State
by Victor Vlasov.
An evening not to be missed.

Miloš Milivojevic accordion
Adrian Bradbury cello

With soup and roll supper

Sponsored by Top Sparks and Mark Parsons

With soup and roll supper.

Tickets: £8

Chamber Concert

7pm St Mary’s Church

A de Fossa guitar trio, a Mozart sonata
written in Paris and Fauré’s impassioned
C minor piano quartet
give a French flavour
to a programme that includes Vaclav Trojan’s
music for the film, The Emperor and the
, and Dvorak’s Bagatelles.

David Gordon piano,
Craig Ogden guitar,
Miloš Milivojevic accordion,
David Juritz violin
Yuri Zhislin viola,
Adrian Bradbury cello

Concert to include a picnic lunch platter

Sponsored by Nantes Solicitors

Tickets: £16/£12

Late Night Concert

9.45pm St Mary's Church

The Atéa Wind Quintet
The Atea Quintet play Maurice Ravel’s tribute to
his great predecessor, Tombeau de Couperin and
excerpts from Bach’s Goldberg Variations.

Alena Walentin flute,
Anna Hashimoto
Ashley Myall bassoon,
Chris Beagles horn
Philip Haworth oboe

With soup and roll supper.

Sponsored by Gordon and Susan Thompson

Tickets: £8

Eluned PierceLunchtime Concert

12.30pm St Mary's Church

Trios for flute, viola and harp
Three virtuoso intrumentalists in a perfectly
balanced instrumental combination.
Debussy’s Sonata for flute, viola and harp,
Jaques Ibert’s Deux Interludes and a trio
sonata by Leclair.

Alena Walentin flute,
Yuri Zhislin viola
Eluned Pierce harp

Sponsored by Sladers Yard and
The Seaside Boarding House

Tickets: £10

From Berlin to Bernstein

7pm St Mary's Church

Claire Bradshaw and Damian Thantrey Claire and the Festival Players Ross brown

From Berlin to Bernstein -
a night of musical magic

Claire Bradshaw and Damian Thantrey
sing songs from the golden age of the
stage and screen. A journey from
Berlin’s nightclubs to Bernstein’s New
York via the streets of London and
even the foothills of the Alps!

Damian Thantrey baritone
Claire Bradshaw mezzo- soprano
Festival Players including
Ross Brown trumpet,
Craig Ogden guitar
David Juritz violin,
Eluned Pierce harp,
Anna Hashimoto clarinet
Miloš Milivojevic accordion,
David Gordon piano,
Sandy Burnett bass

Sponsored by a Friend of the Festival

Tickets: £16/£12

Late Night Recital

9.45pm St Mary's Church

David Gordon and friends start their late night
tribute to François Couperin with his mesmeric
Les Baricades Mistérieuses, a piece that has
fascinated generations of musicians. From
there it’s only a few steps to Gordon’s own
Mysterious Barracudas with a bit of

fun along the way.

David Gordon piano,
David Juritz violin,
Miloš Milivojevic accordion,
David Gordon piano
Sandy Burnett bass

With soup and roll supper.

Sponsored by Burton Bradstock Cars
and The Club House

Tickets £8

Festival players David entering the church Gala Concert

7pm St Mary's Church

Two masterpieces to celebrate Debussy’s
centenary, Danses Sacrée et Profane and Prélude à
l’après-midi d'un faune
. A virtuoso accordion
concerto by Galliano, the variations from Mozart’s
Sinfonia Concertante for wind, arias by Richard
Strauss and Bach, and much more.

Festival Players Including:
Claire Bradshaw mezzo-soprano,
Eluned Pierce harp
Ross Brown trumpet
Alena Walentin flute
Philip Haworth oboe
Ashley Myall bassoon
Anna Hashimoto clarinet
Craig Ogden guitar
David Juritz, Fiona Mc Capra,
Bridget Pearse, Jane Margeson violins
Yuri Zhislin, Rachel Byrt violas
Adrian Bradbury cello,
Sandy Burnett bass,
Miloš Milivojevic accordion
David Gordon piano

Sponsored by Alan Williams

Tickets: £16/£12

Burton Bradstock Festival Players

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