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Sprotbrough Music Society: Yorkshire

St Mary's Church Hall Main Street, Sprotbrough, Yorkshire

Debussy Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune, arr. Linos Piano Trio
Schönberg Verklärte Nacht, arr. Eduard Steuermann
Schubert Piano Trio no. 2 in E flat major, op. 100, D. 929

Tilford Bach Society (CIO): Farnham

St Andrew’s Church, Farnham Upper Church Lane, Farnham

Haydn Quartet no. 53 in D major, op. 64, no. 5, Hob.III:63, The Lark
Bartók String Quartet no. 5, BB 110
Beethoven Quartet no. 12 in E flat major, op. 127

Penarth Chamber Music Festival: Cardiff

Penarth Pier Pavilion The Esplanade, Penarth

Late Night Concert

Adès Catch
Stravinsky Elegy for solo viola
Ligeti Horn Trio 'Hommage à Brahms'

Robert Plane (clarinet), David Adams (violin), Alice Neary (cello), Robin Green (piano), Scott Dickinson (viola) and Ben Goldscheider (horn)

Montenegrin Music Center: Podgorica

Chamber Hall, Montenegrin Music Center V Proleterska 4/1, Podgorica

Bach English Suite no. 6 in D minor, BWV 811, arr. Montenegrin Guitar Duo
Piazzolla Oblivion, arr. Nejc Kuhar
Piazzolla Suite Troileana, arr. Sergio Assad

Penarth Chamber Music Festival: Cardiff

Dora Stoutzker Hall, RWCMD Castle Grounds, Cathays Park, Cardiff

Live audience of RWCMD students and staff only

Also live streamed

Journey to Hollywood

Schumann Andante & Variations for 2 pianos, 2 cellos & horn in B flat major, op. 46
Brahms Trio for Clarinet, Cello and Piano in A minor, op. 114
Korngold Piano Quintet in E major, op. 15

Scott Dickinson (viola), Robin Green (piano), Tom Poster (piano), Kate Gould (cello), Alice Neary (cello), Ben Goldscheider (horn), Robert Plane (clarinet), Elena Urioste (violin), David Adams (violin)

Penarth Chamber Music Festival: Cardiff

Dora Stoutzker Hall, RWCMD Castle Grounds, Cathays Park, Cardiff

Live audience of RWCMD students and staff only

Also live-streamed

Adès Catch
Stravinsky Elegy for solo viola
Ligeti Horn Trio 'Hommage à Brahms'

Robert Plane (clarinet), David Adams (violin), Alice Neary (cello), Robin Green (piano), Scott Dickinson (viola), Ben Goldscheider (horn)

V&A Museum: London

Raphael Gallery, V&A Museum Cromwell Road, London

Miller Warblework
Greenwood Suite from There will be Blood (UK Premiere)

V&A Museum: London

Raphael Gallery, V&A Museum Cromwell Road, London

Miller Warblework
Greenwood Suite from There will be Blood

Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance: London

Blackheath Halls 23 Lee Road, London

Boulanger D'un matin de Printemps, from Deux Pièces en trio
Debussy Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune, arr. Linos Piano Trio
Boulanger D'un Soir Triste, from Deux Pièces en trio
Schönberg Verklärte Nacht, arr. Eduard Steuermann

BBN: Night Music

St Giles’ Church, Camberwell Camberwell Church Street, Camberwell, London

The Solem Quartet present the first part of their groundbreaking series Beethoven Bartók Now: Night Music, featuring new work by Aaron Parker.

Beethoven Quartet no. 13 op. 130 | Bartók Quartet no. 5 | Aaron Parker tuóretu

Peasmarsh Festival: East Sussex

The Church of St Peter and St Paul Church Lane, Peasmarsh,, East Sussex

Anthony Marwood, Richard Lester, Tim Horton, Sascha Bota, Alec Frank-Gemmill, Benjamin Gilmore, Emily Nebel, Sally Pendlebury

Strauss Cello Sonata in F major, Op. 6, TrV 115
Haydn String Quartet Op. 50 No. 5 ‘The Dream’
Brahms Horn Trio in E flat major, Op. 40

Dedicated to, and premiered by, Hanuš Wihan (with whose wife Dora Strauss was in love, exchanging romantic letters over many years) Strauss’s Sonata – completed when the composer was 19 years old – was well received and quickly became a central part of the cello repertoire. Haydn’s Dream Quartet, one of the Prussian Quartets cheekily sold to publishers in both Austria and England, is followed by Brahms’ melancholic Horn Trio performed here, as the composer intended, on natural horn, despite the prominence of the valve horn by this point in the 19th Century.

Wigmore Hall: London

Wigmore Hall Wigmore Street, London

Bosmans Piano Trio

Dvořák Piano Trio no. 3 in F minor, op. 65

Peasmarsh Festival: East Sussex

The Church of St Peter and St Paul Church Lane, Peasmarsh,, East Sussex

Anthony Marwood, Richard Lester, Tim Horton, Alec Frank-Gemmill, Yoanna Prodanova, Christoph Slenczka, Amarins Wierdsma

Mahler Piano Quartet in A minor
Schubert String Trio Movement in B flat major D.471
Abrahamsen 6 Pieces for Violin, Horn and Piano
Schubert Impromptu in G flat major Op.90

Celebrating Vienna’s rich musical heritage, the concert begins with Mahler’s unfinished Piano Quartet. Composed when he was just 16 years old, although not performed until 1960, it is the only surviving chamber work from this period of his youth. Also unfinished, Schubert’s lyrical String Trio Movement is followed by Danish composer Hans Abrahamsen’s 1984 commission for Danish Radio, based on six of his Studies for Piano. The programme draws to a close with Schubert’s profound and hymn-like Impromptu for solo piano.
VENUE: Church of St Peter & St Paul, Peasmarsh

Peasmarsh Festival: East Sussex

The Church of St Peter and St Paul Church Lane, Peasmarsh,, East Sussex

Anthony Marwood, Richard Lester, Tim Horton, Sascha Bota, Alec Frank-Gemmill, Benjamin Gilmore, Emily Nebel, Sally Pendlebury

Strauss Cello Sonata in F major, Op. 6, TrV 115
Haydn String Quartet Op. 50 No. 5 ‘The Dream’
Brahms Horn Trio in E flat major, Op. 40

Dedicated to, and premiered by, Hanuš Wihan (with whose wife Dora Strauss was in love, exchanging romantic letters over many years) Strauss’s Sonata – completed when the composer was 19 years old – was well received and quickly became a central part of the cello repertoire. Haydn’s Dream Quartet, one of the Prussian Quartets cheekily sold to publishers in both Austria and England, is followed by Brahms’ melancholic Horn Trio performed here, as the composer intended, on natural horn, despite the prominence of the valve horn by this point in the 19th Century.

Peasmarsh Festival: East Sussex

The Church of St Peter and St Paul Church Lane, Peasmarsh,, East Sussex

Richard Lester, Tim Horton, Sascha Bota, Benjamin Gilmore, Graham Mitchell, Emily Nebel, Sally Pendlebury

Turina The Bullfighter’s Prayer, Op. 34
Debussy Selection of preludes from Book 2 and Poisson d’or (from Images)
Puccini Crisantemi
Rossini Duo for Cello and Double Bass in D major

A programme celebrating the beauty, pathos, passion and wit of Latin musical culture. Turina’s Bullfighter’s Prayer was originally written for a quartet of mandolin-like folk instruments. Commissioned for a soiree with virtuoso double bassist Domenico Dragonetti, Rossini’s Duo is a witty, sensitive and virtuosic demonstration of how entertaining these two instruments can be. Puccini’s elegy, Crisantemi, was composed in one night, upon hearing of the death of his friend the Duke of Savoy, and is rarely heard in its original version for string quartet.

Peasmarsh Festival: East Sussex

The Church of St Peter and St Paul Church Lane, Peasmarsh,, East Sussex

Anthony Marwood, Richard Lester, Tim Horton, Sascha Bota, Alec Frank-Gemmill, Benjamin Gilmore, Graham Mitchell, Emily Nebel, Barbican String Quartet

R Strauss Sextet from ‘Capriccio’, Op. 85
Ligeti String Quartet No. 1
R Schumann Adagio and Allegro, Op. 70
Dvo?ák String Quintet No. 2 in G major, Op. 77

Like his opera, Capriccio, of 1942, the final programme in the Peasmarsh festival opens with Strauss’s rich, Romantic Sextet. Inspired by Bartók’s third and fourth quartets, Ligeti’s quartet – titled Métamorphoses nocturnes – was composed under the restrictions of Communist Hungary, before Ligeti emigrated to Austria and was able to explore his passion for the avant-garde. Proclaimed by Clara Schumann to be ‘brilliant, fresh and compassionate’ and just the sort of work that she liked, Schumann’s Adagio and Allegro of 1848 is performed in this concert on horn and piano (Schumann also produced alternative parts for cello and violin). The festival draws to a close with Dvo?ák’s second String Quintet, with double bass instead of 2nd viola; a composition for which Dvo?ák won 5 ducats in a competition.

Peasmarsh Festival: East Sussex

The Church of St Peter and St Paul Church Lane, Peasmarsh,, East Sussex

Anthony Marwood, Richard Lester, Tim Horton, Sascha Bota, Alec Frank-Gemmill, Benjamin Gilmore, Graham Mitchell, Emily Nebel, Barbican String Quartet

R Strauss Sextet from ‘Capriccio’, Op. 85
Ligeti String Quartet No. 1
R Schumann Adagio and Allegro, Op. 70
Dvo?ák String Quintet No. 2 in G major, Op. 77

Like his opera, Capriccio, of 1942, the final programme in the Peasmarsh festival opens with Strauss’s rich, Romantic Sextet. Inspired by Bartók’s third and fourth quartets, Ligeti’s quartet – titled Métamorphoses nocturnes – was composed under the restrictions of Communist Hungary, before Ligeti emigrated to Austria and was able to explore his passion for the avant-garde. Proclaimed by Clara Schumann to be ‘brilliant, fresh and compassionate’ and just the sort of work that she liked, Schumann’s Adagio and Allegro of 1848 is performed in this concert on horn and piano (Schumann also produced alternative parts for cello and violin). The festival draws to a close with Dvo?ák’s second String Quintet, with double bass instead of 2nd viola; a composition for which Dvo?ák won 5 ducats in a competition.

Corvus Consort: London

Heath Street Baptist Church 84 Heath Street, Hampstead

Heard: a new audio-drama

‘Heard’ is a new audio-drama by Anna Semple and Gareth Mattey, sung by the Corvus Consort. Somewhere between an opera and a radio-play, ‘Heard’ explores the meaning of community and the insidiousness that festers therein.

Osprey Music Society: Boat of Garten

Boat of Garten Community Hall Reidhaven Park, Craigie Avenue, Boat of Garten

With Ben Gilmore (violin) and Ashok Klouda (cello)

Beethoven: Trio in C minor, Op. 1 No. 3
Beethoven: Kakadu Variations, Op. 121
Beethoven: Trio in B♭, Op. 97 ‘Archduke’

Jordans Music Club: Buckinghamshire

Chalfont St Giles Memorial Hall School Lane, Chalfont St Giles

Beethoven Quartet no. 10 in E flat major, op 74, Harp
Brahms Clarinet Quintet in B minor, op. 115

Concerteenies: Sheffield

Whirlow Spirituality Centre Whirlow Grange Close, Sheffield

Relaxation

Three sessions:
10-10.45
11.30-12.15
1-1.45

Budleigh Music Festival

St Peter's Church, Budleigh Salterton The Lawn, Budleigh Salterton

With Coco Tomita (violin)
This concert will be repeated at 8pm.

Mozart: Violin Sonata in F, KV 376
Poulenc: Violin Sonata, FP 119
Tchaikovsky: Souvenir d'un lieu cher, Op. 42
Jenő Hubay: Carmen Fantasie

Wigmore Hall: London

Wigmore Hall Wigmore Street, London

Beethoven Quartet no. 10 in E flat major, op 74, Harp
Brahms Clarinet Quintet in B minor, op. 115

Sprotbrough Music Society: Yorkshire

St Mary's Church Hall Main Street, Sprotbrough, Yorkshire

Stanford Three Intermezzi, op. 13
Vaughan Williams 3 Vocalises
Holst Six Songs, op. 16
Cooke Three Songs of Innocence
Meyerbeer Hirtenlied
Spohr Sechs Lieder, op. 103
Schubert The Shepherd on the Rock, D. 965

Schubert Institute UK (Online)

Online

Pre-recorded Schubert recital
Schubert: 4 Impromptus, Op. 90, D 899
Schubert: Waltzes & Dances
Schubert: Fantasy in C, D 760 ‘Wanderer’

Music at St Peter’s Wallingford: Wallingford

Parish Church of Saint Mary Magdalene The Street, Crowmarsh Gifford,, Wallingford

Bach Italian Concerto, BWV 971, arr. Tochio (I and III) and Ferio (II)
Handel Water Music Suite no. 2 HWV 349 (selection), arr. Iain Farrington
Bozza Andante et Scherzo
Reinhart Quartet in F minor for Saxophone Quartet (selection)
Bach Brandenburg Concerto no. 3 in G major, BWV 1048, arr. Iain Farrington
Gershwin An American in Paris, arr. Nigel Wood
Lago Three Movements from Ciudades
Bizet Suite from Carmen

Three Choirs Festival: Worcester

Worcester Baptist Church Sansome Walk, Worcester

With the Marmen Quartet

Schubert Quartettsatz in C minor, D. 703
Coleridge-Taylor Clarinet Quintet in F sharp minor, op. 10
Bliss Clarinet Quintet

Aberystwyth Musicfest: Aberystwyth

Great Hall, Aberystwyth Arts Centre Penglais, Aberystwyth

Beethoven Bartók Now: Night Music.
Featuring a new work by Aaron Parker: tuóretu

This specially commissioned digital event will be available online, to view from the comfort of your own home, or you can join us at Aberystwyth Arts Centre for a special, one-off screening.

This imaginatively constructed concert takes the form of an hour-long tapestry of music, interspersing Aaron Parker’s own reflections with movements from Beethoven’s Quartet, op. 130 and Bartók’s Quartet no. 5.

Lonely melodies supported by eerie dissonances punctuated with sounds of nature characterise Bartók’s ‘night music' style. Beethoven's op. 130, the second of the late Quartets, contains an extraordinary palette of darkness and light in six remarkable movements. The young British composer Aaron Parker has written a spell-binding new work, tuóretu, featuring references to Bartok’s ‘night music’, with a depth of harmonic expression found so richly in Beethoven's Quartet no. 13.

Ryedale Festival

Duncombe Park

With Coco Tomita (Violin) This concert will be repeated at 3pm. Mozart: Violin Sonata in F, KV 376 Tchaikovsky: Souvenir d'un lieu cher, Op. 42 Poulenc: Violin Sonata, FP 119

MusiKaleido Records: Wales

Wyastone Concert Hall Wyastone Leys, Monmouth

With Midori Komachi (violin)

Vaughan Williams: Complete Works for Violin and Piano
Vaughan Williams: Romance & Pastorale
Vaughan Williams: The Lark Ascending
Vaughan Williams: Violin Sonata in A minor
Vaughan Williams: 6 Studies in English Folk Song

Corbridge Chamber Music Festival: Northumberland

St Andrew's Church, Corbridge Market Place, Corbridge, Northumberland

Coleridge-Taylor Clarinet Quintet in F sharp minor, op. 10
Ligeti Six Bagatelles for wind quintet
Schumann Piano Quintet in E flat major, op. 44

This concert will also be streamed on the Corbridge Chamber Music Festival YouTube Channel on Saturday 31st July at 7:00pm.

Corbridge Chamber Music Festival: Northumberland

St Andrew's Church, Corbridge Market Place, Corbridge, Northumberland

Coleridge-Taylor Clarinet Quintet in F sharp minor, op. 10
Ligeti Six Bagatelles for wind quintet
Schumann Piano Quintet in E flat major, op. 44

This concert will also be streamed on the Corbridge Chamber Music Festival YouTube Channel on Saturday 31st July at 7:00pm.

Corbridge Chamber Music Festival: Northumberland

Corbridge Parish Hall St Helen's Street, Corbridge

Night Cap 1: Contemplation

An opportunity to end the day with music in a meditative mood. Candlelit table seating, Cabaret style. BYO refreshments and glasses!

Ryedale Festival: North Yorkshire

Hovingham Hall Hovingham, North Yorkshire

Solem Quartet and Friends

Solem Quartet
Anthony Friend, clarinet
Catriona McDermid, bassoon
James Pillai, french horn
Marianne Schofield, double bass

Price Summer Moon, arr. William Newell
Price Drink to me only with thine eyes, from Five Folksongs in Counterpoint
Schubert Octet in F Major, D. 803

Ryedale Festival: North Yorkshire

Hovingham Hall Hovingham, North Yorkshire

Solem Quartet and Friends

Solem Quartet
Anthony Friend, clarinet
Catriona McDermid, bassoon
James Pillai, french horn
Marianne Schofield, double bass

Price Summer Moon, arr. William Newell
Price Drink to me only with thine eyes, from Five Folksongs in Counterpoint
Schubert Octet in F Major, D. 803

Corbridge Chamber Music Festival: Northumberland

Corbridge Parish Hall St Helen's Street, Corbridge

Night Cap 2: Upbeat!

Come and be entertained with an upbeat musical mosaic of character pieces. Candlelit table seating, Cabaret style. BYO refreshments and glasses!

Corbridge Chamber Music Festival: Northumberland

St Andrew's Church, Corbridge Market Place, Corbridge, Northumberland

Fairy Tales and Fables

Mendelssohn Scherzo from 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'
Jana?cek Poha?dka
Schumann Märchenerzählungen (fairy tales), op. 132
Stravinsky Pas de Deux, from Divertimento from ‘The Fairy’s Kiss’
Watkins Four Fables (with Mayuri Boonham, dancer)

This concert with also be streamed on the Corbridge Chamber Music Festival YouTube Channel on Monday 2nd August at 3:00pm.

Corbridge Chamber Music Festival: Northumberland

St Andrew's Church, Corbridge Market Place, Corbridge, Northumberland

Haydn String Quartet in B flat major, op. 76, no. 4, Sunrise
Jenkins Shivelight (world premiere)
Schubert Piano Trio in E flat major, D.929

Absolute Classics: Dumfries & Galloway

Easterbrook Hall Duncan Rooms, Dumfries & Galloway

Creston Sonata
Rachmaninov Vocalise, op. 34, no. 14
Rowley Toccata, The Two Worlds
Vaughan Williams 6 studies in English Folksong, arr. Robert Stanton
Demersseman Fantaisie
Fitkin Gate
Scott Fujiko
Scott And Everything is Still…
Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue
Lenehan 2 Songs without Words

Stour Valley Arts and Music: Suffolk

Stour The Street, East Bergholt, Suffolk

Summer Concert and Garden Event

Strauss Die Fledermaus Overture, arr. Thomas Graf
Haydn Divertimento in B flat major, Hob.II:46, Chorale St Antoni, arr. Harold Perry
Milhaud La Cheminée du Roi René
McDowall Subject to the weather
Patterson Westerly Winds, op. 84

Winchfield Festival: Hampshire

Large Marquee, Winchfield The field adjoining St Mary’s, Winchfield, Hampshire

Wind players have claimed the great outdoors as their stage for centuries. Come and join us in the Winchfield musical tent for an outdoors-inspired programme of musical favourites. We will explore how nature has affected music for wind ensemble since Mozart’s time, when we would have mingled with the scent of flowers and the buzz of bees as we musically served the household garden parties and dances. And then let us take you further back in time to the Dark Ages, with jousting knights and hunting, before ending up with a tour of the West Country’s greatest folk tunes.

Strauss Die Fledermaus Overture, arr. Thomas Graf
Haydn Divertimento in B flat major, Hob.II:46, Chorale St Antoni, arr. Harold Perry
Mozart Serenade no. 11 in E flat major, K. 375, arr. David Walter
Milhaud La Cheminée du Roi René
McDowall Subject to the weather
Patterson Westerly Winds, op. 84

Winchfield Festival: Hampshire

Large Marquee, Winchfield The field adjoining St Mary’s, Winchfield, Hampshire

Gurney Sleep, from Five Elizabethan Songs, arr. William Newell
Trad. Ca' the Yowes, arr. Steph Tress
Price Summer Moon, arr. William Newell
Coleridge-Taylor Clarinet Quintet in F sharp minor, op. 10
Mozart Clarinet Quintet in A major, K. 581

Royal Over-Seas League – Arts: London

Princess Alexandra Hall, ROSL Over-Seas House, Park Place St. James's, London

Vasks String Quartet no. 3
Mozart Clarinet Quintet in A major, K. 581

Winchfield Festival: Hampshire

Large Marquee, Winchfield The field adjoining St Mary’s, Winchfield, Hampshire

The Corvus Consort and Ferio Saxophone Quartet present a programme of Baroque and Renaissance music reimagined for choir and saxophones, including works by Johann Sebastian Bach, Johann Michael Bach, Johann Christoph Bach, Arcangelo Corelli, Henry Purcell, William Byrd, Orlande de Lassus and Heinrich Schütz.
New transcriptions and arrangements make use of the saxophone’s quasi-vocal timbre to blur the distinction between voices and instruments, intensifying the ensemble’s blend and creating a heightened sense of unity throughout the music. Alongside these new arrangements, the Corvus Consort sings Baroque and Renaissance works in their untouched forms, and the Ferio Saxophone Quartet performs items from their 2018 disc of instrumental Baroque transcriptions ‘Revive’.

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