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Our 2017/18 season features six classical concerts, listed below, and a lunchtime workshop.

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Sunday 8 October at 3.00pm

Dinara Klinton (piano)

Dinara Klinton

Dinara Klinton has performed in all the leading music venues throughout the UK and Europe and has broadcast for BBC Radio 3 and all Russia State Television. Her recent CD 'Liszt Transcendental Etudes' was released in March 2016 with Genuin Classics.

  • Bach-BusoniPrelude and Fugue BWV 532
  • BeethovenSonata in C sharp minor, Op. 27, no. 2 [Moonlight]
  • ChopinBarcarolle
  • ChopinMazurkas, Op. 30
  • ChopinSonata no. 2 in B flat minor, Op. 35

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Sunday 12 November at 3.00pm

Maggini String Quartet

Julian Leaper (violin I), Ciaran McCabe (violin II), Martin Outram (viola) and Michal Kaznowski (vello)

Maggini String Quartet
Maggini String Quartet

The Maggini Quartet is one of the finest British string quartets and are renowned for their interpretations of British Repertoire. Its acclaimed recordings have won international awards and the Magginis appear frequently in prestigious concert series at home and abroad.

  • MozartQuartet in D minor K.421
  • ElgarQuartet
  • SchubertQuartet no. 14 in D minor D.810 'Death and the Maiden'

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Sunday 19 November at 10.00am

Carnival Band Workshop

Angel Centre, Angel Place, Worcester WR1 3QN

In association with Worcestershire Early Music ~ Carols and Christmas music rehearsed. All participants invited to sing with the Carnival Band in Huntingdon Hall on 10 December concert. Visit to book. Only 30 places available.

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Sunday 10 December at 3.00pm

The Carnival Band

Steve Banks (drums, percussion, violin, vocals), Jub Davis (double bass, vocals), Giles Lewin (violin, recorders, bagpipes, shawm, vocals), Steno Vitale (acoustic & electric guitar, mandolin, vocals) and Andy Watts (shawm, bagpipes, bassoon, melodica, recorders, clarinet, vocals)

Carnival Band

Joined by the Carnival Choir from the November workshop, The Carnival Band will perform a selection of carols and Christmas music from medieval times onwards.
The Carnival Band have been delighting audiences for over 30 years. The musicians stretch the rules of historically informed performances to breaking point, fusing music from the past with world, traditional and contemporary styles.

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Sunday 28 January at 3.00pm

The Pelléas Ensemble

Henry Roberts (flute), Luba Tunnicliffe (viola) and Oliver Wass (harp)

Pelleas Ensemble

The Pelléas Ensemble have performed at leading UK venues and recently appeared live on BBC 3's 'In Tune'. They have established a reputation for performing recitals from memory which they believe creates an immediate and more intimate connection with their audience.

  • CorelliTrio Sonata, Op. 3, no. 2
  • PiazzollaHistoire du Tango
  • BrittenLachrymae
  • RavelTombeau de Couperin

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Sunday 25 February at 3.00pm

Rupert G. Marshall-Luck (violin) and Duncan Honeybourne (piano)

Rupert Marshall-Luck

Rupert Marshall-Luck is hailed by BBC Music Magazine for his 'handsome tone and laser-like tuning' and acclaimed by audiences and critics alike for the verve, commitment and intelligence of his performances. He appears as soloist and recitalist at major festivals and venues throughout the UK and abroad.

  • W. A. MozartSonata in B flat major for Piano & Violin, K.454
  • Frank BridgeSonata for Violin & Piano, H.183
  • J. BrahmsSonata in D minor for Piano & Violin, Op. 108

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Sunday 25 March at 3.00pm

Songs and Whistles ~ Past and Present

Nicola Shorland (flute), Alison Lambert (clarinet) and Hannah Wrieden (bassoon)

Trio Ébano

Trio Ébano comprises flute, clarinet and bassoon. Challenged by the lack of repertoire for such a combination, they have been keen to explore lesser known works and composers. Trio Ébano have performed in all major UK venues including St Martin-in-the-Fields & Wigmore Hall.

  • Kasper KummerTrio, Op. 32
  • Scott JoplinWeeping Willow Rag
  • Igor StravinskyThree Pieces for clarinet solo
  • Arvo PärtEstländler
  • Carli ZoellerThe Three Virtuosos
  • Michael ColquhounDuplicity
  • W. A. MozartDivertimento no. 2
  • BozzaSérénde en Trio
  • Thomas ArneA Medley of Songs

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