Welcome to the Purbeck International Chamber Music Festival 2017! 

PICMF 2017 e-programme booklet

Concert schedule, programme and venues:

Dorset County Museum, the Victorian Gallery

Thursday | August 31st | 7:30 pm

Percy Grainger: English Country Garden and Irish Tune from County Derry for solo piano

Béla Bartók: Rumanian folk dances for piano and violin

W.A. Mozart: Piano concerto Nr. 12 in A major K414 arranged for harp and string quartet

Antonín Dvořák: String Sextet in A major op 48

with Marie-Pierre Langlamet (harp), Barnabás Kelemen and Katalin Kokas (violins), Lars Anders Tomter and Yuri Zhislin (violas), Natalie Clein and Adrian Brendel (cellos), Christian Ihle Hadland (piano)

Adults Price level 1 £25 Price level 2 £20 / Students £2


Lytchett Minster Parish Church

Friday | September 1st | 12pm and 1:30 pm

A lecture with Marcus du Sautoy “The Song of Symmetry”,  12pm

J.S. Bach Goldberg Variations for piano with Christian Ihle Hadland, 1:30pm

Light lunch with drinks will be available at the location. To pre-book please contact: 

eventlunch@lytchettminsterchurch.co.uk

Adults £20 (including the lecture) Adults £15 (only piano recital) / Students £2


Priory Church of Lady St Mary, Wareham

Friday | September 1st | 7:30 pm

Hans Krása: ‘Tanec’ for string trio

Per Arne Glorvigen: ‘Tango Musculoso’ for string quartet and bandoneon

Mauricio Kagel: ‘Pandora’s box’ for solo bandoneon

Joseph Haydn: Piano Trio No. 39 in G major Hob. XV/25 (“Gypsy”)

Johannes Brahms: Intermezzo in A major Op 118 No 2.

Antonín Dvořák: Piano Quintet No.2, Op.81

with Barnabás Kelemen, Natalia Lomeiko, Yuri Zhislin and Katalin Kokas (violins), Lars Anders Tomter (viola), Adrian Brendel, Natalie Clein, Jesper Svedberg (cellos), Per Arne Glorvigen (bandoneon), Christian Ihle Hadland (piano)

Adults Price level 1 £25 Price level 2 £20 / Students £2

The Parish Church of Saint Nicholas, Worth Matravers

Saturday | September 2rd | 10:00 am

J.S. Bach flute sonata BWV 1020 played on harp and violin

Aram Khachaturian Danse Orientale et Toccata for solo harp

 J.S. Bach partita in d-minor BWV 1004 for solo violin

with Lara St. John (violin) and Marie-Pierre Langlamet (harp).

Adults £18 / Students £2

Fine Foundation Gallery, Durlston Country Park

Saturday | September 2rd| 11:30 am

Musical fun for families and children with guest moderator and mezzo – soprano Olivia Ray

Tickets are £5 per adult. Children are free but must be accompanied by at least one adult.

Tickets £5


Fine Foundation Gallery, Durlston Country Park

Saturday | September 2rd| 3pm

Domenico Gabrielli: Canone a due violoncelli

Joseph Haydn: Duo for violin & viola in B flat major , Hob VI:3

Béla Bartók: selection of duos for two violins

Maurice Ravel: Sonata for violin and cello

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with Barnabás Kelemen, Natalia Lomeiko and Katalin Kokas (violins), Yuri Zhislin (viola), Natalie Clein and Adrian Brendel (cellos)

Concert will include a pre-talk at 2pm by Jason Price from Tarisio about the historical instruments performing at the Festival

Adults £20  / Students £2


St George’s Church, Langton Matravers

Saturday | September 2rd | 7:30 pm

A. Dvořák: Bagatelles for String Trio and Harmonium,

Brian Elias: Song (2003) from Three Songs  (Christina Rossetti) for Alto & Harp for alto voice and harp

W.A. Mozart:  piano concerto Nr 12 in A major K414 arranged for harp and string quartet

André Caplet: Conte Fantastique for harp, string quartet and narrator

Ástor Piazzolla: Histoire du Tango (selection)

Guest narrator: Robert Rinder

 with Lara St. John, Barnabás Kelemen, Katalin Kokas (violins), Lars Anders Tomter and Yuri Zhislin (violas), Natalie Clein, Jesper Svedberg and Adrian Brendel (cellos), Per Arne Glorvingen (bandoneon), Marie-Pierre Langlamet (harp), Christian Ihle Hadland (harmonium)

Adults Price level 1 £25 Price level 2 £20  / Students £2

St James’s Church, Kingston

Sunday | September 3rd | 11:30 am

Hans Krása: Passacaglia and Fugue (1944) for string trio

Per Arne Glorvinger: Morning Blues

Antonín Dvořák: String Sextet in A major Op. 48

 with Barnabás Kelemen, Katalin Kokas and Lara St. John (violins), Lars Anders Tomter (viola), Natalie Clein, Jesper Svedberg and Adrian Brendel (cellos), Per Arne Glorvigen (bandoneon)

Barista coffee served from 10:30am, church bells at 11am, public entrance 11:15

Adults £20 / Students £2

Festival pass £124

(for all 7 concerts price category 1, including 2 lectures, children’s concert and a glass of wine)

Festival pass £124

Festival Pass Friday, Saturday and Sunday concerts  £104

(including 6 concerts, price category 1, 2 lectures, children’s concert and a glass of wine)

Series 1 £104

Festival Pass Saturday & Sunday £68

 (including 4 concerts, 1 lecture, children’s concert and a glass of wine)

Series 2 £68

You can choose different passes clicking the different Festival pass ticket options. Book tickets for more than one concert by making sure to click ‘Continue Shopping‘ between each one.  Click ‘Checkout‘ only once you have all of your concerts selected and in the basket.  Click our help page for more information on ticket booking.

Phone Bookings

If you prefer to book by phone, please call 0333 666 3366 for the PICMF Box Office.  Your tickets will be sent to you by post.
There is a £1.50 booking charge for this service.
A limited number of tickets will also be available at Wareham Tourist Information Centre.
For all other enquiries, please email info@purbeck-chambermusic.org.uk

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