2015 preview - Newbury Spring Festival

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2015 preview St Nicolas Church

Sat 9th

Sat 16th

Sat 23rd

BBC Symphony Orchestra Edward Gardner conductor Valeriy Sokolov violin

Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra Newbury Spring Festival Chorus Jacek Kaspszyk conductor Claire Maghnagi soprano Hannah Pedley mezzo Andrew Rees tenor Paul Carew Jones baritone

Philharmonia Orchestra Martyn Brabbins conductor Dinara Klinton piano

Wagner Overture, Tannhäuser Sibelius

Violin Concerto in D minor Op 47


Symphony No 1 in A flat major Op 55


Symphony No 3 in D major

Beethoven Symphony No 9 in D minor Choral

Corn Exchange

Vaughan Williams

Overture, The Wasps

Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No 3 in D minor Op 30 Vaughan Williams

Symphony No 5 in D major


Sat 9th

Pasadena Roof Orchestra '20s, '30s and '40s early swing and hot jazz classics

Sun 10th

Tippet Quartet Hitchcock, Hollywood & Herrmann Featuring Herrmann’s iconic Psycho Suite Film: Psycho Alfred Hitchcock’s powerful psychological thriller

Sound Beginnings Cinderella Concert for babies and young children Sheepdrove Eco Centre, Lambourn Hyeyoon Park violin Huw Watkins piano Outstanding duo perform World Première of Mark Bowden’s Five Memos and works by Schumann, Korngold and Franck Kintbury

Mon 11th

Young Artists’ Lunchtime Recital 1

Mahan Esfahani harpsichord Adam Walker flute The thrilling harpsichordist and dazzling young flautist play French baroque Highclere Castle

Tue 12th

CrossHarbour A dynamic new band emerging from London’s thriving traditional Irish music scene

Daniel Mulhall, The Ambassador of Ireland Marking the 150th Anniversary of the birth of WB Yeats, Mr Mulhall talks about the great Irish poet Shaw House Classical Opera Company New production exploring the colourful life and career of John Beard, Handel’s favourite tenor, with rising star Allan Clayton Hungerford

Wed 13th

Young Artists’ Lunchtime Recital 2 The Imperfect Pearl Musical play of 17C Italian composer Zipoli’s journey from Rome to the rainforests of South America

Voces8 Multi-award winning a capella octet back by popular demand in a new programme East Woodhay

Thu 14th

Ballet Central The return of this brilliant young company in their latest programme of ballet, contemporary, jazz and narrative dance

Edward Seckerson In conversation with a star from the world of musical theatre Sydmonton Calefax Reed Quintet The world’s finest wind ensemble breathe new life into the music of Schumann, Corelli and Rameau Wash Common

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Corn Exchange


Young Artists’ Lunchtime Recital 3 Claire Martin’s Hollywood Romance One of our finest jazz vocalists joins Matt Skelton’s hand-picked band in music from the ‘50s and the Great American Songbook

The Sheepdrove Recital Recital by distinguished Russian pianist Mikhail Kazakevich Sheepdrove Eco Centre, Lambourn Tenebrae Musica Dei Dominum Nigel Short’s outstanding choral ensemble perform some of the most beautiful choral works from the Renaissance to the modern day Douai Abbey

Fri 15th

Sat 16th

Masterclass with Julian Joseph Julian Joseph Trio The world-class jazz pianist, Julian Joseph, is the undisputed heir to the global house of jazz Gilbert & Sullivan Charles Court Opera make a welcome return with a performance of Gilbert & Sullivan’s comic opera Ruddigore, accompanied by the Eaton-Young Piano Duo