We are delighted to share with you our programme for the 2022/23 season. Led by our new Music Director Gawain Glenton, this year we will perform four concerts with music spanning the 16th to 21st centuries, offer two more of our highly successful Come & Sing workshops and one of our small scale Music in Quiet Places performances. More detail will be added as we approach each event - check out our website, Facebook and Twitter accounts for this and for ticket information. Do put these dates in your diary. Feel free to share this newsletter with friends, family and colleagues, or invite them to sign up to our mailing list.
All events are, unless stated otherwise, led by our Music Director Gawain Glenton - view Gawain’s web site here http://www.gawainglenton.com
Tuesday 13th December 7.30 pm. Concert at Carver Church, Windermere “Christmas past, Christmas present”
A programme of Christmas music from the British Isles spanning 16th to 21st centuries, encompassing pieces by Richard Pygott, Byrd and Tallis, through Howells, Parry, Sullivan, Warlock and others to contemporaries such as James McMillan, Cecilia McDowall and John Tavener. The music will be interspersed with seasonal readings.
Saturday 11th February, times to be confirmed. Come & Sing workshop.
We will spend the day exploring the music of the extraordinarily talented Bach family. At Friends Meeting House, Lancaster LA1 1 TX. (beside the train station)
Saturday 25th March 7.30. Concert at St George’s Parish Church, Kendal LA9 7AS AND
Sunday 26th March 7.30. Concert at Victoria Hall, Grange over Sands LA11 6DP
A programme of JS Bach motets and music of Arvo Part
Saturday 10 June, times and venue to be confirmed (possibly Arnside). Come & Sing workshop.
A day exploring the music of Benjamin Britten. Leader to be confirmed.