Concerts & events  calendar
JUNE Sunday 5th June  4:30pm Sunday Recital Series The William Hancox Trio An Afternoon of Chamber Music Frank Bridge – Phantasie in C minor Felix Mendelssohn – Trio in C minor Op. 66 William Hancox – piano Jonathan Truscott - Violin Rachel Firmager – Cello An exciting newly formed trio from Sussex. Jonathan and Rachel played in the Bergersen Quartet for many years and have performed individually with renowned concert pianist William in recital. The three friends have come together to explore the rich repertoire for this wonderful combination of instruments. William Hancox has always had wide-ranging musical interests, including solo playing, chamber music, duo work and vocal coaching. He has premiered contemporary works by Roxanna Panufnik and Richard Blackford at the Cheltenham Festival and London’s South Bank, and has broadcast for the BBC and Classic FM.  He was educated at Cambridge, subsequently studying piano with the Hungarian pianist Joseph Weingarten, himself a student of Dohnányi, Bartókand Kodály. Jonathan Truscott was born in London and studied violin with Itzak Rashkovsky and Eszter Boda Katona, and spent a couple of years performing with the Tragu-Mures Philharmonic State Orchestra. He is currently leader of the Modulus String Quartet, which specialises in performing and recording contemporary music. Jonathan enjoys an eclectic career which is not entirely restricted to classical music; he has played with the Guy Barker Orchestra for Paloma Faith and George Michael. Rachel Firmager read Music at Durham University before furthering her studies on the cello at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland with Myra Chahin and then in London with Jane Salmon and later with Adrian Shepherd.  As a recitalist she has performed at Fairfield Halls, St John’s Smith Square and in the Brighton and Edinburgh Fringes.  An interest in contemporary music led her to play with New Music Brighton, Tacet Ensemble, Talkestra, One Voice and the Bergersen Quartet.  Admission free, suggested donation £8    ______________________________________________________________________ Friday 17th June 7:30pm University of London Chamber Choir VOCO Singapore Ladies Choir Sing Away Before going on tour to Northern Italy at the end of June, ULCC present their summer repertoire including Verdi’s Pater Noster, extracts from Byrd’s 4-part Mass and many more. ULCC are looking forward to being joined by Singapore’s first independent ladies choir: VOCO Singapore Ladies Choir. This ensemble is dedicated to finding and spreading the essence of Singaporean and Asian Music as well as exploring music of the world. More info: www.ulchamberchoir.co.uk, www.vocosingapore.com Tickets: £10 adults / £5 concession    ______________________________________________________________________ Sunday 19th June  4:30pm Sunday Recital Series Illume Simon Gilliver - Flute & Piccolo Julia White - Oboe & Cor Anglais Kiyoko Fukuo - Piano So called because they strive to make their performances enlightening and uplifting, Illume have performed together in many London and South East venues, including at St. Pancras Church and for regional music club concerts in Hertford & Harlow. Their repertoire stretches from the Baroque period to the present day, and includes works by several living composers with whom they have worked, including White Horses by Ruth Young, scored for flute/piccolo, oboe/cor anglais, piano and narrator. They are able to offer both 'serious' classical programmes, and selections of lighter music for less formal concerts. Admission free, suggested donation £8    ______________________________________________________________________ Thursday 30th June 1:10pm Lunchtime Concert Sarasota Young Voices Young 40 voice choir from the USA sings a programme of a capella music. Admission free, suggested donation £8    ______________________________________________________________________ JULY Sunday 3rd July  4:30pm Sunday Recital Series Tredici Chamber Choir Conductor: Richard Thomas TREDICI - Allegri, Tallis & Frank Martin Allegri  - Miserere  (Its Evolution – The Sixteen edition) Nystedt – Immortal Bach Tallis – Miserere nostri Martin – Mass for Double Choir Tredici Chamber Choir is resident at St Giles-in-the-Fields in Holborn. Our association with this church dates back to the choir’s formation, in 2004, when Richard Thomas was invited to put together a group of singers for a special carol service. There were 13 singers at that first event – hence the name. Over the past 12 years the choir's membership has evolved into the current group of around 33 – all of whom are experienced singers drawn from a variety of leading London choirs including the Philharmonia Chorus, BBC Symphony Chorus and London Symphony Chorus. The choir’s repertoire encompasses sacred music from the 16th to the 21st centuries and past concerts have featured masterpieces by such renowned composers as Monteverdi, de Padilla, Guerrero, Victoria, Tallis, Purcell, and Byrd through to Howells, Rachmaninov, Britten, Tavener and MacMillan. www.TrediciChoir.org Admission free, suggested donation £8    ______________________________________________________________________ Sunday 17th July  4:30pm Sunday Recital Series Esprit Chamber Choir - Choeur de Chambre Esprit (Canada) Mervin Fick – Director Ron Gredanus – Accompanist G Palestrina: Mass F + Missa Brevis  With Plainchants: Veni Creator Spiritus                                   Salve Regina                                   Ave Maria M Durufle: Quatre Motets Gregorians F Mendelssohn: Three Motets Judge me , O God For He shall give His Angels charge Herr , nun laestest du deinen diener in frieden fahren Suite of Canadian Composers: Missa Brevis # 11 - Kyrie and Gloria - E Daley In Remembrance - E Daley Behold , the Tabernacle of God - H Willan Come , I pray Thee - W H Anderson Christ , whose glory fills the skies - K Bissell Unto the hills - W Simm Behold , a simple tender Babe - W Hatch Missa Brevis 2012 - Kyrie and Angus Dei  - M Cattell Christ’s blessing - B Estabrooks Hope - M W Fick Living in a Holy City - S Hatfield Founded in 2010, ESPRIT Chamber Choir is a Toronto based SATB choir under the dynamic and enterprising direction of Mervin Fick. ESPRIT was awarded a first prize at the Peel Music Festival in April 2012 and was the proud recipient of the Hon. Barbara A. Hagerman Award for first place at the 2012 Ontario Provincial Music Festival; the choir is honoured to have been awarded second place in the Barbara Hagerman Class at the 2012 National Music Festival. Admission free, suggested donation £8    ______________________________________________________________________
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