Saturday 16 July, 7.30pm, St Endellion Church
We are delighted that Adam Hickox and Rees Webster are bringing a great group of young orchestral players from Cambridge and London to perform a varied concert including Beethoven’s 4th symphony and Schoenberg’s Chamber Symphony in the Church that they both love so much. Their intention is to help foster the next generation of orchestral players to come and play in the St Endellion Festivals in future years.
Tickets £10, free for accompanied under 16s
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From Tuesday 26th July to Friday 5th August, St Endellion and St Kew churches
Another feast of concerts and recitals. Martyn Brabbins will return to conduct Britten’s wonderful opera, Gloriana with one of Britain’s favourite singers, Susan Bullock in the title role. Berlioz’s L’Enfance du Christ, Handel’s Dixit Dominus, Elgar’s Enigma Variations and Mark Padmore singing Britten’s rarely heard song cycle, Our Hunting Fathers, will feature along with much, much more. Programme details available from early April at www.endellionfestivals.org.uk.
The Carice Singers
Saturday 27th August 7.30pm
This ensemble, named after Elgar’s daughter, comprising some of the UK’s finest young professional singers, will present a programme based on the forces of nature in the cliffs and coast of Cornwall, featuring Bax, Bantock, Delius, Elgar, Kuula, Madetoja, Sibelius, Stenhammar, Vaughan Williams and Warlock.
Ticket details to follow.