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Burton Bradstock Festival

Festival 2011
Festival 2012

Festival Events 2010

  • Monday
    16 Aug
  • Tuesday
    17 August
  • Wednesday
    18 August
  • Thurday
    19 August
  • Friday
    20 August
  • Saturday
    21 August
  • Art Exhibition
    14-21 august

6pac Jazz Sextet

7.30pm St Mary's Church

6-Pac Jazz SextetReturning by popular request, award-winning jazz
sextet 6pac play some of the great classics of
traditional and modern jazz.

6pac Jazz Sextet

Russell Bennett trumpet/flugelhorn
Kenji Fenton tenor sax/clarinet
Richard Wigley trombone
Andrew Stamatakis-Brown piano
Joe Pettit bass
Ben Gray drums

Craig Ogden

Sponsored by Hive Beach Café and
Burton Bradstock Cars (www.bbcars.co.uk).


Late Night Recital

10.00pm St Mary's Church

Craig Ogden guitar
A late night with a Spanish twist. Craig Ogden plays
Catalan folk songs by Miguel Llobet and works by
Isaac Albeniz and Gary Ryan.

With soup and roll supper.


Children's Workshop

Children's workshop

10am St Mary's Church

A fun and informal opportunity for young musicians of
any standard and on all instruments to work with 6Pac
jazz group and other musicians.

Snack lunch provided

Norburton HallLunchtime Recital

12.30pm Norburton Hall,
Burton Bradstock

Beethoven's Kreutzer Sonata,
Fauré's Dolly Suite and a waltz by Tolstoy.
David Juritz violin
Caroline Dowdle, Sophia Rahman piano
perform on the new Steinway piano at Norburton Hall.

With a ploughman's lunch following the recital.
Sponsored in memory of Alex Collins.

Family Concert

7.00pm St Mary's Church

Rehearsing with the children

Members of 6-pac, Bridget Pearse violin and the
Festival Players
with local young musicians in a family
programme of jazz and popular classics, including
Summertime by Gershwin, Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsody no 2, the Flight of the Bumblebee and Puttin' on the Ritz.

Late Night Recital

Russel Bennett 9.30pm St Mary's Church

Russell Bennett trumpet,
Miloš Milivojevic accordion
Autumn Leaves and Dark Eyes for trumpet and accordion,
plus another chance to hear Viktor Vlasov's extraordinary
'Five Views on GULAG State' - an unforgettable experience.

With soup and roll supper.
Sponsored by The Three Horseshoes,
Burton Bradstock (01308 897259).

London Tango QuintetPiazzolla Plus

7.30pm St Mary's Church

The London Tango Quintet play Astor Piazzolla's
seductive Four Seasons of Buenos Aires, other works by the
great Argentinian tango composer and classical showpieces.

The London Tango Quintet
David Juritz violin
Miloš Milivojevic accordion
Craig Ogden guitar
Timothy Carey piano
Richard Pryce bass

Sponsored by ELDER&FROY.

Claire Bradshaw and Sophie RahmanLunchtime Recital

12.30pm Norburton Hall,
Burton Bradstock

Claire Bradshaw mezzo-soprano
Caroline Dowdle, Sophie Rahman, piano

Claire sings settings of Tolstoy by Tchaikovsky and
seasonal songs by Roger Quilter.

Schubert Fantasie for piano, four hands.

With a ploughman's lunch following the recital.

Sponsored by The Burton Bradstock
Village Society.

Natalia Lomeiko and Yuri ZhislinLate Night Recital

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10.00pm St Mary's Church

Natalia Lomeiko violin
Yuri Zhislin violin and viola

Internationally acclaimed husband and wife
duo play Mozart's Duo in b flat major and
Prokofiev's Sonata for two violins.

With soup and roll supper.

Kevin BanksMozart Clarinet Quintet

7.30pm St Mary's Church

Kevin Banks principal clarinet of the
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra joins the
Festival Players for a performance of Mozart's
Clarinet Quintet and Schubert's effervescent Octet.

Festival Players


Performers include
Kevin Banks clarinet
David Juritz, Natalia Lomeiko violin
Yuri Zhislin viola
Adrian Bradbury cello
Richard Pryce double-bass
Edward Lockwood French horn

Sponsored by a Friend of the Festival.

Adrian BradburyLate Night Recital

10.00pm St Mary's Church

Adrian Bradbury cello
Caroline Dowdle keyboard
Music for cello and keyboard by
Boccherini and Bach.

With soup and roll supper.

** PLEASE DESCRIBE THIS IMAGE **Orchestral Concert

7.30pm St Mary's Church

Festival Players
Accordion virtuoso Miloš Milivojevic plays
Handel's concerto The Cuckoo and the Nightingale,
Craig Ogden
plays Cuban composer, Leo Brouwer's
Tres Danzas Concertante for guitar and strings and
David Juritz performs Vivaldi's
masterpiece, The Four Seasons.

Sponsored by Alan Williams.

Painting of the Kreutzer SonataLate Night Recital

10.00pm St Mary's Church

Natalia Lomeiko,
David Juritz
violin
Yuri Zhislin viola
Adrian Bradbury cello
John Surry reader

Leoš Janácek's searingly intense String Quartet
no.1 was inspired by Tolstoy's novella
The Kreutzer Sonata. Performed with
readings by John Surry.

With soup and roll supper.

Barn DanceBarn Dance

7pm Village Hall

Join David Powell and his band
at a traditional family barn dance.

A ploughman's supper is included in Barn Dance
the ticket price. Wine, beer and soft drinks
will also be available.




Art Exhibition
Paintings, ceramics and cards for sale by more
than 60 West Country artists

To be held at the Village Hallduring the
Festival of Music and Art.
Open from 10am to 4pm daily between14th & 20th August, and also during the concert intervals, and 10am to noon on 21 August when the exhibition closes.

Opening Times
10am - 4pm 14 - 20 August
and also during concert intervals
10am - 12 Noon 21 August


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