THE OLYMPUS CLARINET QUINTET
JACK HORROCKS Clarinet TOM GRUNDY Violin
ALEX MEIKLE-BRIGGS Violin DUNCAN COMMIN Viola
TIMOTHY BURTON Cello
7.00pm Friday 1st April 2016
Admission £8.00 Concessions £6.00
Tickets at the Door
Choral Music from 6 Centuries
Christmas Motets by
Poulenc, Palestrina & Sweelinck
Stanford, Josquin, Billings & Whitacre
Holy Trinity Brathay
4.00pm Sunday 15th November 2015
(Note Early Start)
Friday 4th July 2014 at 7.30pm
Colton, Rusland and Satterthwaite Churches invite you to a piano recital of Fantasies: Haydn, Motzart, Stenhammar, Schubert, Beethoven,Brahms, and Chopin. Tickets £15 available from Shelia Ogden at Brathay Church Thursdays or Sundays 015394 32341
Voce, in Italian simply means voice
Friday 6th December 7.30pm
Singing a selection of ‘Christmas music in a classical style’ with their crisp, stylish and entertaining delivery.
Proceeds to Shirley Heywood for the International Nepal Fellowship
Shirley Heywood has written the following piece.
I am connected with the local government hospital in Surkhet in Nepal to develop care for women suffering from the terrible birth injury called obstetric fistula.
We have plans to build a fistula treatment and training centre within the new Regional hospital complex so that we can better treat women with fistula. The centre will have a ward and operation theatre, laundry, kitchen and a room where patients can have training in skills such as sewing so that those who have been abandoned by family will be able to earn a living. There will be a library for trainees, and doctors and nurses offices. We will be providing the only service for fistula patients living in the western half of the country. Women may need several weeks care and good nourishment before they are well enough for surgery. We will also be able to offer admission to await labour and safe delivery to women from remote districts after successful fistula surgery.
The government hospital will give us the land that we need, but we in the mission I work with, INF (International Nepal Fellowship) are raising the funds to build and equip the centre so that it can be ready within the next 2-3 years. We will work in partnership with the government hospital and eventually, when the centre is well established and the local medical team have the experience they need, they will take over responsibility for the service.
Thank You for your help and support.
All money from the sale of tickets and money raised on the night will go to Shirley Heywood in connection with this very worthy cause (International Nepal Fellowship)
Waters on a starry night - Wordsworth Miniatures to German Giants
27th July 2013 at 7.30pm
in aid of The Will Clark Fund
30th March 2013 at 7.30pm
Part of the ticket price will go to a Mission Charity
return to Holy Trinity, Brathay,
Conducted by Owen Davies
Sunday 24th February at 7:30pm
The 20 singers are drawn from a region bounded by Ambleside, Barrow and Lancaster, meeting for an intensive period to prepare for each concert. Formed eight years ago, Allegri has gained a strong reputation for singing programmes full of interest for both singers and audiences.
The first half of the programme contains masterpieces by three musical geniuses. They start with three motets by Palestrina included the extraordinary O Magnum Mysterium, followed by a Bach motet for double choir: Der Geist Hilft Unser Schwachheit Auf. Finally they perform Brahms’ motet Warum? in which he shows the influences of both of the earlier composers.
The second half is in a lighter vein. The singers are joined by a piano duet to perform Brahms’ delightful Liebeslieder Waltzes in English. These 18 very brief lovesongs are full of tunes and wit, and reflect Brahms’ unexpressed love for Clara Schumann.
'On Wings of Song' a short recital of Ravel, Gershwin, Cole Porter and Aaron Parker by soprano Kathryn West and pianist/composer Aaron Parker. This was a FREE recital in aid of Manna House, donations welcome.
Inaugural Organ Recital
By Adrian Self
Organist at Cartmel Priory
Saturday 12th May 2012 at 7.30pm
Conductor Owen Davies
Saturday 10th March 2012
The 20 singers are drawn from a region bounded by Ambleside, Barrow and Lancaster, meeting for an intensive period to prepare for each concert. Formed seven years ago, Allegri has gained a strong reputation for singing programmes full of interest for both singers and audiences. Their Brathay programme shows how different composers wrote music for the same words, including settings of ‘Ave Maria’ by Victoria, Mozart and Bruckner; and ‘I was Glad’ by Scarlatti and Purcell.
The first concert in the Music at Brathay series was on Saturday 17th December 2011 by Choro Cantilene, a group of 19 singers directed by Peter Frost. The concert was named The Mystery and Joy of Christmas and included music by Laurisdsen, Sweelink, Adrian Self, Chilcott, Colin Matthews, Elizabeth Poston, Jonathan Willcocks, Praetorius and John Gardner.