The 2015/2016 season of the Linton Music Society

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Friday 23 October 2015 7.30pm

Linton Village College


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An exciting regionally-based brass quintet with a varied programme of classical, contemporary, the bold, the evocative...and the downright different!

Includes music by Bach, Mozart, Brahms, Elgar, Gershwin, Radiohead, and the Beatles. Also introducing rising star, euphonium player Ivor Crooks.

 

 


Lucy Cavendish Singers

Saturday 28 November 2015 7.30pm

Linton Village College

 

Lucy Cavendish Singers: Sweet Prospect

Director: Katharina Megli

An exhilarating programme of solos, small ensembles and full choir numbers by this “magnificently entertaining” chamber choir. The Singers present a rich mix of traditional, medieval and classical music, spiced with a hint of jazz. Their title song is a shape note hymn from the Sacred Harp and the concert will build on this to develop the idea of a ‘Sweet prospect’.
“From the very first note it was obvious we were in for a treat. Energetic and beautiful singing.”

With Sarah Sharrock (double bass)
Painting: Lesley Fotherby

 

Steve Bingham

 

 

 

 


Note 7pm start !

Friday 11 December 2015 7.00pm

Linton Village College

 

Steve Bingham violin

 

Join us for an evening of two halves: firstly Steve Bingham will entertain us with his infectious enthusiasm, using up to the minute technology to create multi-layered arrangements with the use of looping technology and his electric violin to enthrall audiences of all ages!
Then, Steve will lead the audience members to create the 'World's Largest Smartphone Orchestra' in a genuine attempt to break the current WORLD RECORD! Do you want to take part? All you need is a smartphone or tablet (android or apple), with a pre-loaded app that can create musical instrument sounds.
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Tickets: Adults £5, young people under 21 £2, Family £10, LMS members free.



Saturday 6 February 2016 7.30pm

Linton Village College

 

Alex Redington violin
Siu Chui Li
piano

 

One of the leading violinists of his generation, Alex Redington is joined for this concert by Siu Chui Li, the acclaimed collaborative pianist. Both artists have an international reputation as recitalists and concert soloists and are associated with the Doric String Quartet of which Alex is the first violin.

They play Mozart's Violin Sonata in E minor, Brahms' Sonata No 3 in D minor and Ravel's Sonata for Violin.

 



Mishka Rushdie Momen

Saturday 19 March 2016 7.30pm

Linton Village College

 

Mishka Rushdie Momen piano

 

1st Prize winner of the Dudley Piano Competition.

Programme:

Mendelssohn - Prelude and Fugue in E minor op. 35 no. 1
Janacek - In the Mists
Beethoven - Sonata no. 28 in A major op. 101
Schumann - Waldszenen op. 82
Schubert - Fantasie in C major D. 760 "Wanderer-Fantasy”



Marmen Quartet

Saturday 16 April 2016 7.30pm

Linton Village College

 

Marmen String Quartet

 

Award-winning string quartet.

There is a change to the programme, which is now:-

Haydn - Op.103
Beethoven - Op.95,

and after the interval

Josquin - Two Chansons
Brahms - Op.51 No.2

 

 





Saturday 7 May 2016
3.00 pm

St Mary's Church

 

An Afternoon of Opera Favourites

Lisa Kennedy soprano
Rachel Godsill
soprano

Accompanied by Anne Bradley piano

Popular arias and duets by Mozart, Puccini and Verdi in aid of Arthur Rank Hospice Charity and Hospice at Home. The concert is in memory of Mike Kennedy 1974 – 2014.

The concert will be followed by a fundraising afternoon tea.

Entrance £7.00 children free.


Donations and more information via www.justgiving.com/Lisa-Kennedy7

 

 




The Leading Ladies

Saturday 14 May 2016 7.30pm

Linton Village College

 

The Leading Ladies

Introducing Anya Bickerstaff - soprano

From Passereau to Porter and from Bizet to Boogie, The Leading Ladies will take us on a musical journey with their own unique blend of opera favourites, classical song and toe-tapping tunes.




 

 


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