Concerts at The Chapel, Park Lane, Norwich 22/23 July 2017

This coming weekend there could hardly be a greater contrast between concerts on consecutive days – a Saturday evening cabaret style concert given by the ever popular PENELOPE TURNER with ANDREW WISE in their highly entertaining review of Kurt Weill numbers, this year titled Weill at Sea. 

The following day at 6.30pm we have the subtle and delicate sounds of the lute when the brilliant LYNDA SAYCE gives a programme of music by John Dowland and his English contemporaries. I hope that one of these evenings – perhaps both? – will tempt you to Park Lane. All the best, Roger

The Chapel, 64 Park Lane, NR2 3EF

Saturday 22nd July 2017, 7:30pm
Penelope Turner – voice

Andrew Wise – piano

Weill at Sea – cabaret style

  • Carson/Andersen: Blaue Nacht am Hafen
  • Weill/Brecht: Seeraüber-Jenny
  • Weill/Anderson: River Chanty
  • Weill/Magre: Complainte de la Seine
  • Weill/Brecht: Sailors’ Tango
  • Arlen/Koehler: Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea
  • Alberto Ginastera: Danza de la Noza Donosa: Danzas Argentinas
  • Weill/Brecht: Surabaya-Johnny
  • Weill/Brecht: Der Song von Mandalay
  • Weill/Gershwin: My Ship
  • Weill/Gasbarra : Seashells from Margate
  • Hamilton: Cry me a River
  • Weill/Deval: J’Attends un Navire

Penelope Turner website
Andrew Wise website

Sunday 23rd July 2017, 6:30pm
Lynda Sayce – lute

  • A Progamme of English Lute Music 1580 to 1630
    John Dowland, Daniel Batchelor, Philip Rosseter, John Sturt & Robert Johnson 

Lynda Sayce website

Sunday 30th July 2017, 6:30pm
Delta Piano Trio

Frank Martin: Trio on Popular Irish Songs
Veldhuis: Nivea Hair Care Styling Mousse
Schumann: Piano Trio No.3 in D minor

Delta Piano Trio website

 

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