LYCHETT MINSTER PARISH CHURCH

Thursday | August 30th | 11 am

Franz Schubert: Winterreise 

with Fleur Barron (mezzo-soprano) and Marianna Shirinyan (piano)

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

eventlunch@lytchettminsterchurch.co.uk

Adults £18 / Students £2


SMEDMORE HOUSE KIMMERIDGE 

Thursday | August 30th | 4pm

A musical and historical journey to the city of Aleppo

with Ibrahim Keivo (oud, voice and bazuq) and historian Philip Mansel.

(limited capacity, includes a free drink and a cake)


THE ETCHES COLLECTION KIMMERIDGE 

Thursday | August 30th | 8pm

“The English Soul”

John Dowland ‘Elizabethan Melody’

Selection of English Folk melodies including The Trees they grow so high, The Ash Grove

Benjamin Britten solo cello Suite Nr. 3 op 87

Brian Elias (1986)‘Song’ for medium voice and hurdy gurdy 

Ralph Vaughan Williams Phantasy Quintet (1912) for two violins, two violas and cello.

with Yuri Zhislin and Natalia Lomeiko (violins), Yaroslava Trofymchuk and Natalie Clein (cellos), Fleur Barron (mezzo-soprano), Gareth Lubbe (viola), Boris Bizjak (flute)

Adults £20 / Students £2


 ST. NICHOLAS’ CHURCH STUDLAND

Friday | August 31st | 11am

A musical dialogue with Sergeant William Lawrence (1791-1869) Dorset Soldier.

Performance with actor and musical interludes by Vasks, Bach, Bloch, Cage and Mozart.

with Alena Baeva (violin), Natalie Clein (cello), Gareth Lubbe (viola), Ibrahim Keivo (oud, voice and bazuq), narrator (TBC)

Adults  £20 / Students £2

Friday | August 31st | 4pm

Screening of Barrie Gavin’s new film “A Passage from India“ about Brian Elias on the occasion of his 70th birthday.

Barrie Gavin and Brian Elias will introduce the movie. The screening will be accompanied by a Q&A session.

Free entrance but reservation is necessary. Please book a ticket to reserve a seat.

Adults  £0 / Students £0


Friday |August 31st | 7:30pm

Gustav Mahler Piano Quartet in A minor

Ibrahim Keivo and Gareth Lubbe ‘ Finding Home’

Oliver Messiaen Interstellar Call for solo horn

Brian Elias ‘L’innominata’ – world premiere for cello and piano

Samuel Akpabot Pastorale, scenes from Nigeria for solo double bass

W.A. Mozart Quintet for piano and winds K452

with Marianna Shirinyan (piano), Alena Baeva (violin), Natalie Clein (cello), Gareth Lubbe (viola), Ibrahim Keivo (oud, voice and bazuq), Aisling Casey (oboe), Sarah Burnett (bassoon), Mark Simpson (clarinet), Andrej Žust (horn), narrator (TBC)

Adults  £20 / Students £2


THE PARISH CHURCH OF SAINT NICHOLAS WORTH MATRAVERS

Saturday | September 1st | 10:30 am

Ernest Bloch Suite Nr. 1 for solo cello, Natalie Clein (cello)

Sergei Prokofiev duo for two violins op 56, Yuri Zhislin and Natalia Lomeiko (violins)

J.S. Bach solo violin Partita, Alena Baeva (violin)

Adults £20 / Students £2

LEARNING CENTRE, DURLSTON COUNTRY PARK

Saturday | September 1st | 12:30 pm

Musical fun for families and children with Festival musicians

Free event.

Free entrance but reservation is necessary. Please book a ticket to secure your space.

 Children are free but must be accompanied by at least one adult.

Tickets £0


ST EDWARD’S CHURCH CORFE CASTLE

Saturday | September 1st| 7:30pm

Franz Schubert ‘Auf Dem Strom’

Mark Simpson Darkness Moves for solo clarinet

Gustav Mahler ‘Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen’ (Songs of a Wayfarer) for medium voice and chamber ensemble.

Franz Schubert Piano Quintet in A major D667 ‘The Trout’ 

with Alena Baeva and Natalia Lomeiko (violins), Yaroslava Trofymchuk and Natalie Clein (cellos) Marianna Shirinyan (piano),  Fleur Barron (mezzo-soprano),  Gareth Lubbe and Yuri Zhislin (violas), Chi-chi Nwnauku (double bass) Ibrahim Keivo (oud, voice and bazuq), Aisling Casey (oboe), Sarah Burnett (bassoon), Mark Simpson (clarinet), Andrej Žust (horn), narrator (TBC)

Adults £25  / Students £2


ST JAMES’ CHURCH, KINGSTON

Sunday | September 2nd | 11:30 am

Joelle Leandre ‘Taxi’ for Solo bass and voice

L. van Beethoven ‘Septet in E flat op. 20 for winds and strings’

with Alena Baeva and Natalia Lomeiko (violins), Gareth Lubbe (viola), Natalie Clein (cellos),  Fleur Barron (mezzo-soprano), Chi-chi Nwnauku (double bass) Ibrahim Keivo (oud, voice and bazuq), Aisling Casey (oboe), Sarah Burnett (bassoon), Mark Simpson (clarinet)

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

Adults £20 / Students £2

HARMANS CROSS VILLAGE HALL

Sunday| September 2nd | 3:30 pm

Family Concert with Prokofiev’s ‘Peter and the Wolf’ for ensemble and narrator.

with Boris Bizjak, (flute), Aisling Casey (oboe), Sarah Burnett (bassoon), Mark Simpson (clarinet), Andrej Žust (horn), narrator (TBC)

Adults £10 / Students and under 18 £2 / Two adults plus two children £15

Adults  £10 /Students and under 18 £2 /Two adults plus two children £15

Festival pass £165 (full access to all events)

Festival pass £165

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