Saturday 4 October 2003 7.30pm
Linton Village College
Bingham String Quartet
& Nigel Clayton (piano)
Stephen Bingham (violin), Anna Bradley (violin), Brenda Stewart (viola),
James Halsey (cello)
Brahms Piano Quintet
Haydn String Quartet Op.33 no.2 'Joke'
Shostakovich String Quartet no.8
We welcome the Bingham String Quartet for the first concert in the 2003/4
season. The Bingham has an international reputation for its fresh
interpretations and ensemble playing. Its highly successful partnerships with
other musicians include Nigel Clayton, one of England's most popular chamber
music pianists, who will join the Quartet in a performance of the beautiful
"The standard of performance by these stylish and
highly gifted musicians was beyond all praise".
Saturday 15 November 2003 7.30pm
Linton Village College
John Lill (piano)
Celebrity Inauguration Concert
Beethoven Sonata in C sharp minor Op. 27/ no.2 'Moonlight' and Sonata in C,
Opus 53 'Waldstein'
Mozart Sonata in F, K332
Brahms Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Handel
We are proud to present a special solo recital by one of the great pianists of
our time, which marks the acquisition of the Society's new piano. John Lill's
concert career spans fifty years with his rare talent emerging at an early age
- he gave his first piano recital at the age of nine. Winner of the Moscow
International Tchaikovsky Competition which consolidated his career, John
Lill's extensive repertoire includes more than seventy concertos, and he is
acclaimed in particular as a leading interpreter of Beethoven.
Tickets £12, (Students 21 and under, £6)
One of the major pianists of our time - awesome, fabulous, revelatory, quite
overwhelming. Pianist Magazine As near to perfection as we can hope
for. The Guardian Unsurpassed playing. An intellectual giant and
mastercraftsman. Beyond words. The Glasgow Herald
John Lill at the new piano with members of the Linton Music Society
Committee after his concert on 15th November 2003.
Saturday 6 December 2003 3pm
Linton Village College
Cambridge Youth Orchestra
Peter Britten conductor
A fund-raising concert in aid of
the Piano Fund.
Stravinsky Movements from La Baisée du Fée
Arturs Makats Tango
Bruckner Symphony No. 4 in E flat
A sale of Christmas goodies will be held during the interval. Tickets £5
(children £1) includes tea and biscuits. Tickets available on the
Saturday 13 December
St Mary's Church,
Angus Gibbon (violin/director), Tim Warburton (violin), David Joyce (viola),
Hannah Lloyd (cello),
Laura Bursey (soprano), Cerys Jones (mezzo-soprano)
Handel Excerpts from The Messiah
including I know my Redeemer
Handel's Father of Heaven, from Judas
Corelli's Christmas Concerto
Bach's Concerto for Two Violins
Pergolesi Stabat Mater
A fabulous programme to celebrate the Christmas season .
Xerxes specialise in performing works for Strings and voices, using some of the
country's most talented musicians. They are joined by the young British
sopranos, Laura Bursey and Cerys Jones.
Saturday 7 February 2004 7.30pm
An evening with Joyce Grenfell
Jane Bower and Andrew Black (piano)
Re-created tonight are Joyce Grenfell's songs and
monologues in a celebration of her life and work, including 'Wrong Songs for
Wrong Singers, Nativity Play, Free Activity Period and many other
'If ever I'm indisposed when playing Joyce I'll send for you!' Maureen
Saturday 20 March 2004 7.30pm
St Mary's Church, Linton
Michael Kibblewhite (music director)
Winners of the 2002 Riva del Garda International
A glorious collage of music from across the world.
RussianVespers - Zulu & Tamil Folksongs -American Spirituals - British
Folksongs -Sacred Music from Monteverdi to Elgar.
Saturday 24 April 2004 7.30pm
Holy Trinity Church,
Trillium Brass Quartet
Trillium Brass Quartet present 'FRONTIER', a concert
programme combining works by Purcell, Holst & Butterworth with new
compositions written exclusively for this exciting new ensemble. They are true
chamber group, with the brilliance of a brass ensemble (2 trumpets, trombone
& tuba) and the unique mixture of saxophone & brass.
Breakout! - Making Music's contemporary music project
in the Eastern region -is funded by Arts Council East through the Regional Arts
Saturday 22 May 2004 7.30pm
Min-Jin (violin), Min-Jung (piano)
One of today's most exciting young violinists, who made
her debut with the Berlin Symphony Orchestra at the age of 13, performs with
her equally talented sister Min Jung. Their sparkling programme includes
Beethoven's Sonata no.9 'Kreutzer', the Sonata for Violin and Piano no.3 by
Brahms and the virtuoso Zigeunerweisen ('gypsy airs') by Sarasate.
Sunday 11 July 2004 3.00pm
Anna Hashimoto (clarinet & piano), Miyako Hashimoto (piano)
Music includes Debussy's Premier Rapsodie,
Brahms' Sonata in F Minor
the piano duet version of Saint-Saens's
'Carnival of the Animals'
Anna, the 14 year-old gifted artist will also play the
Weber Concertino which she will be playing at the Barbican next December with
the English Chamber Orchestra.
You are invited to pay what you like after the concert
(though we hope you will be generous!)
Tea and cake will be provided.
All profits will go to fundraising for Linton Music
For further details ring 01223 894161
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