Music in the Plantation Garden 23 June

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The Plantation Garden Trust is raising money through Glorious Gardens which is a trail around the Unthank Road/Park Lane/Earlham Road area of Norwich. There is an art exhibition in the Chapel, 64 Park Lane and music all day in the Plantation Garden – entry just after the Roman Catholic cathedral in Earlham Road – well worth a visit

http://www.plantationgarden.co.uk

Viva Voce singing and performance workshop

Saturday 29 June 2.30pm registration, 3pm rehearsal, 7.30pm concert
St Peter Mancroft Church, Norwich
Come and Sing
Mendelssohn Hear My Prayer
Handel Messiah Part III

Tickets to sing £6 inc scores, audience tickets £6
Singers must book in advance
To register interest email emma.woolfenden@googlemail.com

Music at St Peter Mancroft Church, Norwich

Saturday 22 June 1pm
Mancroft Music Recital – Admission free
 
Sarah Oliver cello – BBC Young Musician of the Year Sting Finalist 2006, and winner of the Walter Todds Bursary (for most promising performer not to reach the final)
 
Following the withdrawal of Bjorn Kleiman (violin) and Karin Norlen (viola) we are delighted to announce that Sarah Oliver will perform a solo cello recital. Sarah studied at The Purcell School of Music,
The Guildhall School of Music & Drama and is now working for a Masters Degree in Cello Performance at The Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance under the tutelage of renowned cellist Natalie Klein. Sarah has performed at such prestigious London venues as the Purcell Room, St John’s Smith Square, Royal Festival Hall, Barbican and Wigmore Hall.

 

Organ Recitals at Norwich Cathedral

Marco Lo Muscio, the italian organist (collaborator of Steve Hackett – Genesis) will play
a special organ recital in Norwich Cathedral next 13 June at 1.10 p.m.

Program including two masterpieces of Rick Wakeman:
Jane Seymour and Judas Iscariot and a piece by Steve Hackett: Second chance.

http://www.cathedral.org.uk/worship/the-organ–organ-recitals.aspx

The Bach Players at the Octagon Chapel, Norwich Thursday 18 July 2013 7.30pm

An Italian in Paris
Private music with an Italian flavour, for Louis XIV

Couperin, Lully, Jacquet de la Guerre, Rebel, Clérambault, Duval, Bartolotti, Charpentier

A summer concert of instrumental music presents a fascinating programme exploring the way French composers started to experiment in the Italian style under the influence of Corelli. The formal, rational French style pioneered by Lully was replaced by the more emotional Italian manner.

This programme includes what is claimed to be the very first French Sonata, composed by Charpentier for eight instruments.

You can also discover Élisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre, who had quite a reputation in her lifetime, as a woman composer and harpsichord player, and you will see that this was well deserved.

Do not miss this uplifting concert, warm sounds and catchy rhythms uniting to create a perfect summer entertainment, with drinks in the Octagon garden at the interval.

Tickets: £17.50 & £12.50
Students & under 18: £5

Family ticket: £40 for 2 adults & 3 children

online, from Ticket Source
or from Prelude Records
25B St Giles Street
Norwich NR2 1JN
phone 01603 628319

and on the door

Norwich Baroque : A virtual tour of Great Britain

Norwich Baroque present: A Virtual Tour of Baroque Britain

Saturday 15 June 7.30pm
at Norwich Central Baptist Church, Duke Street, NR3 3AP

Tickets £14, from Prelude Records, call 01603 628319

With live programme notes from Simon Heighes, and music by Avison, Purcell, Charke, Corbett, Vivaldi and Mudge.