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Friday 23 October 2020

  • Pocket Sinfonia Web version

    23 October 2020, 7pm online concert

    BREMF@home - across the EARTH

    POCKET- SIZED CLASSICS
    Felix Mendelssohn 1809-1847
    Overture to A Midsummer Night’s Dream
    Ludwig van Beethoven 1770-1827
    Symphony No. 6, The Pastoral
    Newly commissioned animation and film of the natural world accompanies two of the most- loved classics of all times, both arranged and reduced to chamber proportions.

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  • SJSS

    23 October 2020 13.05 (GMT + 1)
    Improviso
    Fatima Lahham - recorders
    Elin White - baroque violin
    Florence Petit - baroque cello
    Johan Löfving - theorbo

    A bird looked in at the window

    Marcel Khalife (b.1950) - A bird looked in at the window (arr. Fatima Lahham)
    J.S. Bach - Organ Trio Sonata No. 5
    Marco Uccellini - Sonata Quarta Decima
    Improvised divisions on a ground
    Dario Castello - Sonata Decima
    Improvised: Folia

    Improviso is a young quartet who met in London and started making music together in 2017. They are passionate about bringing each performance to life through improvisation, rejecting the traditional classical music paradigm of revering great ‘works’ as set in stone, and dreaming beyond that to make music that speaks to us today. In this concert they play music inspired by the opening song, ‘a bird looked in at the window’, which tells the story of a bird seeking refuge having escaped from its cage.

    Tickets - £10

    DIGITAL VERSION AVAILABLE at www.sjss.org.uk from 30th October 2020

    https://www.improviso.net/

  • Duni

    25 September to 12 November 2020 

    Matera, Italy
    Festival Duni - 21st edition

    The Festival will be opened on September 25 in the Dom of Matera by the first modern performance of the Neapolitan Oratorio Sant’Eustachio (patron saint of Matera) by Donato Ricchezza (Naples 1689) with Cappella Neapolitana conducted by Antonio Florio. You are all warmly welcome to the magic city of Matera!

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  • BREMFhome The Society of Strange and Ancient Instruments 1200 x 794
    23 October to 1 November 2020

    Online

    The UK’s premier autumn early music festival Brighton Early Music Festival is going digital this year, with BREMF@home - 10 specially created events screened on YouTube and Facebook between 23 October and 1 November. Each film will remain online for 7 days after the premiere for viewing flexibility around the world.

    Highlights include:

    · chamber versions of Mendelssohn’s Overture to a Midsummer Night’s Dream and Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony with REMA Showcase participants Pocket Sinfonia;

    · trio sonatas by Handel, Geminiani and Corelli performed by Ensemble Augelletti in a 15th century barn in rural Sussex;

    · medieval songs of protest with new animations of medieval images from Joglaresa

    · an introduction to the trumpet marine - a towering 2 metre high instrument saved from extinction by The Society of Strange and Ancient Instruments.

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European Day of Early Music - 7th Edition

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