Coming up at The Chapel, Park Lane

Saturday 17 June 2017, 7pm
* Please note change of time *

Trio Isimsiz

  • Programme:
  • Schubert: Trio Notturno
  • Tchaikowsky: Trio in A minor, Op.50

Trio Isimsiz website

Sunday 18 June 2017, 6:30pm
* Please note change of date *

Ammiel Bushakevitz – piano

  • Schubert – The Final Years
  • 4 Impromptus, Op.90, D.899
  • Drei Klavierstücke, D.946
  • 12 Gräzer Waltzer, D. 924

Ammiel Bushakevitz website

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The Bach Players – new CD

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‘The orator and the musician have essentially the same aim: namely, to make themselves masters of the heart of their listeners, to arouse or still their passions, and to transport them now to this sentiment, now to that. Thus it is to the advantage of both, if each has some knowledge of the duties of the other.’
(Johann Joachim Quantz)

This recording brings together two wonderful demonstrations of the art of rhetoric: a trio sonata by Dieterich Buxtehude and J. S. Bach’s Musical offering. Bach’s work, written for and dedicated to the flute-playing Frederick the Great, is among his most haunting and enigmatic. The movements are played here not in the order often employed, but in a sequence that reflects their rhetorical unfolding.

As with all The Bach Players’ recordings, fresh insights are gained by placing the music in context.

Dieterich Buxtehude (c. 1637–1707): Sonata no. 6 in D minor for violin, viola da gamba, and basso continuo, Bux WV 257

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750): Musikalisches Opfer, BWV 1079

playing time: 54:13

Marion Moonen flute, Nicolette Moonen violin, Reiko Ichise viola da gamba, Silas Wollston harpsichord

Listen to extracts
Click here to go to the recordings page of our website

Accompanying the CD
A 16-page accompanying booklet includes an essay by Silas Wollston on ‘Bach the orator’. There are photographs of the musicians in recording and a note on the painting by Adolph Menzel that supplies the cover image. The CD and booklet are held in a packet made of card and without plastic.

The CD can now be bought directly from us
It will also be on sale at our next concerts in London (5 July) and Norwich (7 July)
Tickets for these concerts are selling fast: book now to avoid disappointment!

The Bach Players
24A York Rise
London NW5 1ST
telephone 020–7428 5865
www.thebachplayers.org.uk

The Bach Players
Company Limited by Guarantee
Registration number: 3461775
Registered charity number: 1077709

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Birthday greetings to Roger Rowe

Today is the birthday of Roger Rowe who has now reached a venerable age but is still very active member of the Norfolk and Norwich Chamber Music Club. With a real talent for programming and relationships with many of the most prestigious chamber groups and performers who he has brought to Norwich from across the country, Europe and further afield to either John Innes Centre or his very own venue, the Chapel at Park Lane, he has been the mainstay for many years.

Very few people have contributed so much the music scene in Norwich and I am sure that he will continue to do so but he did announce a year ago that he would be stepping back from the organisation of NNCM on his 80th birthday so various people have stepped in to share the load of work that Roger has managed more or less single-handed for many years, including a new chair Andrew Bulman and programming will be led by Mischa Donat.

Tonight is a special concert of the Borodin Quartet in honour of Roger and to mark his birthday. Many people will be there to wish him the very, very happiest birthday and pay tribute to his musical and organisational prowess.

Happy Birthday Roger!!!

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New logo for Music in Norwich

 

Here is a new logo/web button for Music in Norwich. If you would like to display it on your website or publication then please email me at info@theshiftnorwich.org.uk. The more we can build the brand, the more we can cross-promote and publicise all of the great concerts in Norwich and surrounding area

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Norfolk & Norwich Chamber Music Club presents Borodin Quartet & Michael Collins 6 June 2017

Tuesday 6 June 2017, 7.30pm
John Innes Centre, Norwich Research Park
NR4 7UH

BORODIN QUARTET & MICHAEL COLLINS

Borodin String Quartet No 2 in D major
Mozart Clarinet Quintet K581

Please note that this is a special celebration concert – tickets £20 including a glass of sparkling wine.

Tickets only available by post from Michael Fowler, 50 Clarendon Road, Norwich, NR2 2PW

Tel. 01603 664613  
E-mail: fowler@fowlersend.co.uk

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Norwich Baroque 3 June 2017

Saturday 3 June 2017, 7.30pm
Wymondham Abbey, Wymondham

Organ concertos 

An evening of English Baroque music at one of our favourite venues, this time in the beautiful lady chapel where the chamber organ is positioned. Organist at the Abbey, Rob Goodrich, will join us for concertos by Handel and the Reverend Richard Mudge.
The programme will also include music by Hebden, Stanley, Boyce and Hellendaal.

www.norwichbaroque.co.uk

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Friday 26 May 2017, 7.30pm St Andrew’s Hall, Norwich Adès conducts Beethoven

Friday 26 May 2017, 7.30pm
St Andrew’s Hall, Norwich

Britten Sinfonia
Adès conducts Beethoven

In this concert the enthralling composer and conductor Thomas Adès will shed new light on Beethoven’s witty first symphony, which is here paired with the virtuosic second. These are complemented by Gerald Barry’s powerful setting of Beethoven’s letter to his ‘immortal beloved’.

“Adès makes you hear things which you thought were familiar as if they were completely new.

This performance is part of the Norfolk & Norwich Festival 2017.

Tickets £8-£30; £6 (under 18s and students):
Web: http://www.brittensinfonia.com
Phone: 01603 630000
In person: Norwich Theatre Royal Box Office

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