Saturday 4 July ALVECHURCH
St Laurence Church, School Lane B48 7SB, 7.30pm
THE MIDLAND SINFONIA
NIC FALLOWFIELD – conductor
Milhaud Suite for violin, clarinet and piano
Barber Adagio for Strings
Dvořák String Quartet in F Op 96 American
Gershwin Promenade Walking the dog; Lullaby
Copland Appalachian Spring
Midland Sinfonia midlandsinfonia.co.uk
firstname.lastname@example.org 0121 447 7040
£16 (F/T students free)
Saturday 4 July MALVERN
Great Malvern Priory, Church Street WR14 2AY, 7.30pm
BIRMINGHAM BACH CHOIR
PAUL SPICER – conductor
Rachmaninov Liturgy of St John Chrysostom
Birmingham Bach Choir birmingham.bachchoir.com
07901 798442 £16 ( £14 conc)
Saturday 13 July ABBEYDORE
Dore Abbey HR2 0AA, 7.00pm
THE EUSEBIUS QUARTET
Haydn String Quartet in A Op 20 No 6
Janáček String Quartet No 1 Kreutzer Sonata
Beethoven String Quartet No 12 in E flat Op 127
Concerts for Craswall concertsforcraswall.org
01981 510112 £20/£15/£12/£10
Header photo: Eusebius Quartet
THE SHOW MUST GO ON!
Tune in to our Online Festival 25 & 26 July
We hope you can join us for a weekend of concerts brought to you by WVCM Festival musicians. The concerts will go Live at set times and we will be there watching too so you can comment and interact with us.
The concerts are pre-recorded and will all be broadcast from our (brand new!) Youtube channel. We'll send a full programme and schedule next week but you can expect performances from Malin Broman, Simon Crawford-Phillips, Michael Gurevich, Emily Nebel, David Adams, Alice Neary, Robin Ireland, Krysia Osostowicz and of course our Festival Director, Daniel Tong.
PLUS, some of the students who had booked to join us at the Summer Residency have made recordings for us and there will also be a special Wye muso-kids concert!
Please do SUBSCRIBE to our channel as it really helps with visibility and reach, we hope to see you there!
Cheltenham Music Festival
3-12 July 2020
Known for its intimate chamber concerts, magnificent orchestral and choral works and stunning solo performances in beautiful spaces across Cheltenham and Gloucestershire, the Cheltenham Music Festival celebrated its 75th anniversary in 2019.
The first wave of names have been announced for the 2020 Festival: there will be concerts from the pioneering Aurora Orchestra with Dame Sarah Connolly; the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra with violinist Tasmin Little; and the Philharmonia with their new conductor Santtu-Matias Rouvali and pianist Alice Sara Ott. The Festival’s ‘prelude’ weekend at Syde Manor, performed by The Leonore Piano Trio and friends, celebrates the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth.
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