Corineus Quartet

Friday 2 June, 7.30pm

St Endellion Church

Corineus Quartet with Maria Heseltine (mezzo-soprano) and Joyce Gurney (flute)
“Mirouch, ydh o ve pûr dha!” *

Popular mezzo-soprano Maria Heseltine joins the Corineus Quartet for the Cornish premiere of Jeffrey Joseph’s Colloquy (written especially for her based on lyrics by Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes) plus works by Butterworth and Cornish-themed works by local composers Nigel Wicken and Stephen Brown. The concert also includes Dvořák’s gorgeous G Major String Quartet Op 106.

See: www.corineusquartet.com                     www.mariaheseltine.com

 “Behold, it was very good!” – Medieval Cornish, from Misty Morning in the Camel Valley by Stephen Brown

Tickets £10,  free for accompanied under-16s

Available from Box office  07787 944935

Or click here to book on-line and pay by credit card or Pay-Pal

Or in person at the Wadebridge Bookshop

St Kew Flower Festival

photo:by Kim Appleby

Friday 5th  to Sunday 7th  May 2017

10.00am  – 5.00 pm

                    &

Sunday  7th at 7.30pm

Concert by Tintagel Orpheus Male Voice Choir

 

 

The Flower Show will take place in the church of St James the Great, St Kew

The theme of the  show is  “Your Favourite Poem”   Do come along come and see the beautiful displays.

There will be delicious refreshments available  throughout the day

For the Sunday evening concert  – no tickets are required, there will be a retiring collection.

The  funds raised will help improve the Church’s facilities

 

Misbehavin’: ELEMENTAL

Saturday 20 May, 7.30pm, St Endellion Church

Misbehavin’ returns to St. Endellion with ‘Elemental’, the band’s latest project with new songs and instumentals. Drawing upon the band members’ eclectic and diverse journeys across musical frontiers including jazz, music theatre, traditional and contemporary  music, Misbehavin’  have created an exciting body of work inspired by the elements. Their original songs and instrumentals, whether virtuosic and sassy, or beautiful and soaring, both enrapture and surprise. Breathless vocals (Helen Porter), fiery clarinets  (Karen Wimhurst) and earthy rhythms (Robin Walter on rhythm guitar and James Budden on double bass) – a performance not to be missed!

Tickets £10,  free for accompanied under-16s

Available from Box office  07787 944935

Or Click here  to book on-line and pay by credit card or Pay-Pal

Or in person at the Wadebridge Bookshop

Choral Concert: ‘Dutch Serenade’

Friday 28 April, 7.30pm

A choral journey by Kamerkoor Collegium Utrecht

Friday 28 April, 7.30pm

 St Endellion Church

Kamerkoor Collegium Utrecht, a mixed chamber choir of 25 singers from the Netherlands, come to South West England for a mini-tour with their new conductor, Indonesian born Dody Soetanto. Collegium’s repertoire stretches from sacred to secular and from romantic to minimal, including contemporary pieces commissioned for the choir. This concert promises a taste of choral clarity in music connecting different times and places.

Tickets £10,  free for accompanied under-16s

Available from Box office  07787 944935

Or  click here to book on-line and pay by credit card or Pay-Pal

Or in person at the Wadebridge Bookshop

Exhibition at St Endellion Hall: David Marl, ‘Pilgrims’

22 April – 7 May: St Endellion Hall
Open during weekend days & Monday 1 May, 11.30am-4.30pm

An exhibition of exquisite small acrylic paintings by David Marl, exploring the magical reality between dream and belief.

The travellers in his colourful landscapes seem curious and fearless to make each new step towards discovering the meaning of our existence in this world.

 

Do you, Sir, paint in fear and trembling?

Saturday 29 April

A reflective day on life and painting as pilgrimage, led by David Marl

Alongside his exhibition in St Endellion Hall, artist and priest David Marl will lead a reflective day on life and painting as a pilgrimage, in which each step is exploratory, a moving towards God through a landscape that contains elements of the divine.

10am – 3pm

Cost £10.  Please bring a picnic lunch.  

St Endellion Church

 

Praying the Psalms

Saturday 22 April

 

Reflective day led by Carol Miller

 

A day for contemplation, silence and a chance to connect with your most intimate self.

Come along with your Bible or book of psalms together with pens and note paper and spend a day bathed in the wonder of the psalms. The day will provide you with space for contemplation, silence and a chance to connect with your most intimate self in the presence of God. The day encourages us to visit the psalms in a way we wouldn’t normally do.

10am – 3pm Saturday 25th February

Cost £10.  Please bring a picnic lunch.  

St Endellion Church