Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Shaldon Festival 2005

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Fauré Quartet

Choral Workshop and Informal Concert 2005 directed by Sir Neville Marriner

Jennifer Pike and Daniel De Gruchy-Lambert

The Ten Tors Orchestra

Fauré Quartet

Concert
Sunday 19 June 2005

Faure Quartet photo
Faure Quartet

Fauré Piano Quartet

Dick Mommertz piano
Erika Geldsetzer violin
Sascha Frömbling viola
Konstantin Heidrich cello

Winners of the 2003 Parkhouse Award

Programme
Mozart: Piano Quartet in Eb major KV493
Fauré: Piano Quartet in C minor Op. 15
Brahms: Piano Quartet in G minor Op. 25
Detail:

The Fauré Quartet, winners of the 2003 Parkhouse Award, are already very busy and highly regarded performers, and rounded off the 2005 Festival with a most memorable concert.


Choral Workshop and Informal Concert 2005 directed by Sir Neville Marriner

Choral Workshop
Saturday 18 June 2005

Choral Workshop and Informal Performance

Conductor: Sir Neville Marriner
Peter Adcock: Piano
Nicola Wydenbach: Soprano
Jacques Imbrailo: Baritone

Programme
Brahms: Requiem Op. 45
Sir Neville Marriner is at the top of his profession; an international artist known throughout the world. He makes a second visit to Shaldon to conduct our Choral Workshop. We are absolutely delighted and honoured to welcome him again.


Jennifer Pike and Daniel De Gruchy-Lambert

Concert
Friday 17 June 2005

Jennifer Pike: Violin
Daniel De Gruchy-Lambert: Trumpet

Jennifer Pike photo
Jennifer Pike

Programme

Trumpet pieces:
Honegger: ‘Intrada’ in C
Hubeau: Sonata, Sarabande and Intermède
Neruda: Concerto in Eb
Gershwin: Three Preludes

Violin pieces:
JS Bach: Preludio & Gavotte en rondeau (from Partita No. 3 in E major)
Schumann: Sonata in A minor Op. 105
Ravel: Sonata in G major
Saint-Saëns: Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso Op. 28

Friday night is our concert with young people. For a few years we have been trying to arrange a visit by Jennifer Pike, the BBC Young Musician of the Year in 2002. Jennifer is already very well-known, and much sought after on the concert platform and so, in a busy schedule, we are delighted she has accepted our invitation to appear at this year’s Festival. In addition a young trumpet player, who scored a considerable hit at the BBC Young Musician Final in 2004, Daniel de Gruchy-Lambert, is joining Jennifer to provide a really special evening.

The Ten Tors Orchestra

Concert
Thursday 16 June 2005

Simon Ible
Simon Ible

Ten Tors Orchestra

Conductor: Simon Ible
Mary Owen: Flute
Harriet Adie: Harp

Programme

Holst: St Paul’s Suite
Mozart: Concerto for Flute and Harp
Vaughan Williams: Fantasia on ‘Greensleeves’
Elgar: Serenade for Strings
Haydn: Symphony No. 52 in C minor
Detail:

Plymouth based Ten Tors Orchestra make their first appearance at the Festival.