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Burton Bradstock Festival

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Festival Events 2011

  • Sunday
    14 Aug
  • Monday
    15 August
  • Tuesday
    16 August
  • Wednesday
    17 August
  • Thursday
    18 August
  • Friday
    19 August
  • Art Exhibition
    14-20 August


Art Exhibition

The Art exhibition in the Village Hall has
paintings, prints, ceramics, crafts and cards for
sale by more than 50 West Country artists.
Sunday 14 August 10 - 5pm
Monday 15 August to Friday 19 August 10 - 7pm
and during the concert interval
Saturday 20 August 10 - 4 pm
Sunday 21 August 10 - 12 noon when the exhibition closes.

Opening of the Festival

3pm Musical event in the Rectory Garden, Burton Bradstock
Free entry. Cream teas and cakes available.
Sponsored by Clipper Teas




PaprikaPaprika

7pm St Mary's Church

Paprika is a hot newcomer in the World music scene. Coming from Romania, Serbia and UK, the boys have a generous serving of musical minestrone, with ingredients from Eastern European traditional, Balkan, Gypsy and classical music.
Photography by Thomas Bowles Milos Milivojevic

Bogdan Vacarescu violin
Milos Milivojevic accordion
Zivorad Nikolic accordion
Vladimir Strkalj guitar
James Opstad Bass
Rastko Rasic percussion

£12/10
Sponsored by Hive Beach Café

Late Night Recital

Gareth Lubbe9.30pm St Mary's Church,
With soup and roll supper.

Natalia Lomeiko and Yuri Zhislin violin
and Gareth Lubbe viola
Bohuslav Martinu (1890-1959)
Three Madrigals for violin and viola
Poco allegro – Poco andante – Allegro
Antonín Dvorák (1841-1904)
Terzetto in C major op 74
Allegro non troppo – Larghetto – Scherzo –
Finale: Theme and Variations

£8
Sponsored by Carpet World


Lunchtime Organ Recital

12.30pm St Mary's ChurchRehearsing in Church

Followed by a Ploughman's lunch

James Scott, deputy organist at Bath Abbey,

JS Bach (1685-1750)
Concerto in G, After Prince Johann Ernst
Allegro –Grave – Presto
Nun komm der Heiden Heiland
Wachet Auf, ruft uns die Stimme
Sigfrid Karg-Elert (1877-1933)
Lobet den Herren
Herbert Howells (1892-1983)
Psalm prelude No 1, Set 1
Sir Edward Elgar (1857-1934)
Imperial March
Ralph Vaughan-Williams (1872-1958)
Rhosymedre
Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847)
War March of the Priests

£12
Sponsored in memory of Alex Collins


Chamber Concert

7pm St Mary's Church

Chamber concert with David Juritz,
Natalia Lomeiko, violins, Gareth Lubbe,
Yuri Zhislin,
violas, Adrian Bradbury, cello
Franz Schubert (1797-1828)
Trio in B flat D471 (fragment)
Allegro
Maurice Ravel (1875-1937)
String Quartet in F major
Moderato très doux – Assez vif-très rythmé –
Très lent – Vit et agité

George Benjamin (1960 -)
Viola Viola
Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)
String Quintet no 2 in G major Op 111
Allegro non troppo ma con brio – Adagio –
un poco allegretto - Vivace ma non troppo presto


£15/£12
Sponsored by a Friend of the Festival


Late Night Recital

Adrian Bradbury 9.30pm St Mary's Church
With soup and roll supper.

David Juritz, violin,
Adrian Bradbury, cello
JS Bach (1685-1750)
Art of Fugue, duet for violin and cello
Two Part Inventions, duet for violin and cello
Maurice Ravel (1875-1937)
Sonata for violin and cello
Allegro – Très vif – Lent – Vif, avec entrain

£8
Sponsored by Riverside Restaurant



Lunchtime RecitalClaire and Sophie at Norburton Hall

12.30pm Norburton Hall
With a ploughman's lunch following the recital

Recital with mezzo soprano Clare Bradshaw
and Sophia Rahman, piano.

Songs by Jerome Kern (1885-1945) Bill, A Fine Romance, All the Things you Are, Can’t Help Loving dat Man, Pick Yourself Up, Smoke gets in Your Eyes, The Folks who Live on the Hill, The Song is You, The Way You Look Tonight, I Won’t Dance, I’m Old Fashioned, Why was I Born?
Franz Schubert (1797-1828)
Impromptus
Op. 90 No. 4 in Ab minor
Op. 142 No. 2 in Ab major

Fully booked
Sponsored by Chesterton Humberts


Jazz Concert
6Pac Jazz Sextet
7pm St Mary's Church

Returning by popular request award-winning jazz sextet
6pac play some of the great classics of traditional and modern jazz. This year they are joined by fast-rising star of the jazz world Alice Zawadzki.

£15/£12
Sponsored by the Burton Bradstock Village Society


Late Night Concert

9.30pm St Mary's Church
With a soup and roll supper

Alison Stephens

Two years ago, mandolin player Alison Stephens, then
Britain’s leading exponent of the classical mandolin,
enchanted the Festival audience with her exquisite playing.
Sadly Alison lost her long battle against cancer last
year and so tonight Craig Ogden presents a special recital
in memory of his musical partner. The concert features
music by Bach, Django Reinhardt and Tarrega.
Gareth Lubbe will be performing the ancient art of
overtone singing.
There will be a retiring collection in aid of the
Alison Stephens Memorial Fund The memorial fund was set up to create a prize in Alison’s name name at Trinity College of Music where she studied and was Professor
of Mandolin.More information
Sponsored by the Riverside Restaurant

With Craig Ogden guitar, David Juritz violin,
Fiona McCapra violin, Gareth Lubbe viola and
Adrian Bradbury
cello.

£8
Sponsored by Riverside Restaurant

Cinema Classics

Rehearsal in church 7pm St Mary's Church

Festival Players

Introduced by John Surry David Juritz, Fiona McCapra,
Martin Kegelmann, Bridget Pearse,
Jane Margeson
violin
Andres Kaljuste, Francis Kefford viola
Adrian Bradbury, Roberto Sorrentino cello
Dawn Baker bass
Craig Ogden guitar
Milos Milivojevic accordion
Sophia Rahmann piano
Eluned Pierceharp

Ennio Morricone(1928-) Love Theme, Cinema Paradiso
Yann Tierson (1970-) Music from Amélie
Stanley Myers (1930-1993)
Cavatina from The Deer Hunter
Nino Rota (1911-1979)
Theme from The Godfather
John Williams (1932-)
Theme from Schindler’s List
Gustav Mahler (1860-1911)
Piano Quartet in A minor,
Allegro – Scherzo, from Shutter Island
Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901)
La Forza del Destino from Jean de Florette
Samuel Barber 1910-1981
Adagio for Strings from Platoon
John Barry (1933-)
John Dunbar’s theme from Dances with Wolves
William Walton (1902-1983)
Touch her Soft Lips and Passacaglia,
The Death of Falstaff from Henry V

£15/£12
Sponsored by Elder&Froy


MilosLate Night Recital

9.30pm St Mary's Church
With a soup and roll supper

Michael Cox, flute and
Milos Milivojevic, classical accordion.

Ian Clarke Zoom Tube
Ástor Piazzolla (1921-1992)
Histoire du Tango, Bordel 1900 – Café 1930 –
Night Club 1960 – Concert d’aujourd ‘hui

£8
Sponsored by Burton Bradstock Cars




Waiting to go on.Orchestral Gala Concert

7pm St Mary's Church

Festival Players
Claire Bradshaw mezzo soprano
Michael Cox flute
David Juritz, Fiona McCapra,
Martin Kegelmann, Bridget Pearse,
Jane Margeson
violin
Andres Kaljuste, Francis Kefford viola
Adrian Bradbury, Roberto Sorrentino cello
Dawn Baker bass
Craig Ogden guitar
Milos Milivojevic accordion
Sophia Rahmann piano

Gustav Holst (1874-1934)
St Paul’s Suite (Op. 29, No. 2)
1. Jig: Vivace 2. Ostinato: Presto 3. Intermezzo:
Andante con moto 4. Finale (The Dargason): Allegro

Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)
Concerto for Flute and Guitar in G major, RV 532
1. Allegro 2. Andante 3. Allegro
Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767)
Concerto for Flute, Violin and ‘Cello in A major, TV 53
no A 2 “Tafelmusik, Part 1, no 3”
Largo – Allegro – Largo Allegro Grazioso Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi (1678 - 1741)
Concerto for Flute in D major, Il Gran Mogol, RV. 431a
1. Allegro non molto 2. Larghetto 3. Allegro
Nicolo Paganini (1782-1840)
Caprice no 24, Op. 1
arranged for accordion
Hector Berlioz (1803-1869)
Les nuits d’été, Op. 7
1. Villanelle
2. Le spectre de la rose
3. Sur les lagunes
4. Absence
5. Au cimetière
6. L’île inconnue

£15/£12
Sponsored by Alan Williams





Art Exhibition

The Art exhibition in the Village Hall has
paintings, prints, ceramics, crafts and cards for
sale by more than 50 West Country artists.

Sunday 14 August
10 - 5pm
Monday 15 August to Friday 19 August 10 - 7pm
and during the concert interval
Saturday 20 August 10 - 4 pm
Sunday 21 August 10 - 12 noon when the exhibition closes.





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