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Kristian Bezuidenhout (1)
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CONCERTS

Help us celebrate Canterbury Music Club's 80th Anniversary Season, as we continue our  tradition of presenting artists of international standing to the people of Canterbury and our neighbours as we have every year since the dark days of 1941 - including during the Covid lockdowns of the past year!


Membership is priced extremely competitively and further details can be found here.

Alternatively, tickets to individual concerts can be purchased and more information on this can be found here.

Please note that we may need to change details of concerts owing to Covid

and other circumstances beyond our control.


Concert Programme

Sunday 26 September 2021

3.00 pm


Freddy Kempf, piano


J.S. Bach. Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 2: Prelude and Fugue No.12 in F-, BWV881

Chopin. Etude Op. 10, No. 1 

Rachmaninov. Etude Tableaux Op. 39 No. 8

Tchaikovsky. Dumka, Op. 59

Schumann. Carnaval, Op. 9

Beethoven  Piano Sonata no 23 0p.57 'Appassionata' 


Book tickets for Freddy Kempf through the

Gulbenkian Box Office

General Booking is NOW OPEN

Unreserved seating - all Sections of the Hall are available






Sunday 24 October 2021

3.00 pm

We are delighted to welcome the

London Handel Players

        Rachel Brown, flute and recorder

        Adrian Butterfield, violin and director
        Oliver Webber, violin
        Naomi Burrell, violin
        Rachel Byrt, viola
        Gavin Kibble, cello
        Carina Cosgrave, bass
        Silas Wollston, harpsichord
        Amanda Babington, recorder and violin

        All players use period instruments & the harpsichord

        is supplied and tuned by Ed Pickering

Programme Details

J.S. Bach Brandenburg Concerto No.5 in D major BWV 1050
Allegro; Affettuoso; Allegro


Telemann Concerto for Flute and Recorder in E minor     TWV 52:e1  Largo; Allegro; Largo; Presto
Rachel Brown, flute and Amanda Babington, recorder


J.S. Bach Concerto for Two Violins in D minor BWV 1043
Vivace; Largo ma non tanto; Allegro
Adrian Butterfield and Oliver Webber, violins

Handel Trio Sonata Op.5 No.4 in G major HWV 399 for 2 violins, viola and continuo
Allegro; A tempo ordinario - Allegro, ma non presto;

Passacaille; Gigue Presto; Menuett Allegro moderato


Vivaldi Sopranino Recorder Concerto in C major RV443
[Allegro}; Largo; Allegro
Rachel Brown, recorder


J.S. Bach Brandenburg Concerto No.4 in G major BWV 1049
Allegro; Andante; Presto
Adrian Butterfield, violin, Rachel Brown and Amanda Babington, recorders

  

Book tickets for London Handel Players through the

Gulbenkian Box Office

General Booking is NOW OPEN

Unreserved seating - all Sections of the Hall are available



 



 

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Kristian Bezuidenhout-2

Sunday 21 November 2021

3.00pm


Rachel Podger, violin and

Kristian Bezuidenhout, fortepiano


J.S. Bach.  Sonata no 6 in G major

Bach, C.P.E. Sonata in G moll

Bach, C.P.E. Arioso in A major

J.S. Bach. Sonata no 4 in C minor

Bach, C.P.E. Sonata in C minor


Book tickets for Rachel Podger and Kristian Bezuidenhout

through the Gulbenkian Box Office

General Booking is NOW OPEN

Unreserved seating - all Sections of the Hall are available




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Sunday 12 December 2021

3.00 pm

The Choir of Clare College, Cambridge with Director Graham Ross

What sweeter music”

A programme of festive choral masterpieces old and new. Hieronymus Praetoriuss Christmas Magnificat;

Palestrina’sSurge, illuminare’; Hymns to the Virgin by Pierre Villette and Benjamin Britten; James Long’s  ‘Vigilate’; motets by Messiaen, Tavener, Will Todd, John Rutter; and arrangements that tell us that 

Christmas has truly begun.


Sponsored by Chartham Vineyard


Book tickets for The Choir of Clare College, Cambridge through the Gulbenkian Box Office

General Booking is NOW OPEN

Unreserved seating - all Sections of the Hall are available except Choral Risers





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Sunday 23 January 2022

3.00 pm


The Mithras Piano Trio


Haydn. Piano Trio in G Major, Hob. XV:41

Faure. Piano Trio in D minor, Op. 120

Shostakovich. Piano Trio No. 2 in E minor, Op. 67


"a triumphant return to Canterbury Music Club after their masterful 'Countess of Munster Musical Trust' debut in our 78th Season!"


Book tickets for The Mithras Piano Trio through the Gulbenkian Box Office from 1st December 2021



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Sunday 20 February 2022

3.00 pm


Mark Padmore, tenor and

Simon Lepper, piano

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“La Monnaie”


A recital of songs by Faure, Hahn, Ives, Britten, Finzi, Tippett and Vaughan Williams.


Sponsored by the Canterbury Music Club “100 Club”


Book tickets for Mark Padmore and Simon Lepper through   the Gulbenkian Box Office from 1st December 2021


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Sunday 13 March 2022

3.00 pm


David Rees-Williams, piano and

Iain Ballamy, saxophone


"Musical Fusion"


A reworking of classical and jazz inspired pieces from

Bach, Corelli, Handel and Purcell to

Michel LeGrand and Stan Getz


Sponsored by Members of Canterbury Music Club


Book tickets for David Rees-Williams and Iain Ballamy

through the Gulbenkian Box Office from 1st December 2021




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Tom Hancox Rachel Wick

Sunday 24 April 2022

3.00 pm


The Sacconi Quartet with

Mark Simpson, clarinet

Tom Hancox, flute and

Rachel Wick, harp


Debussy. Trio 

Ravel. String Quartet in F  

Robin Holloway. Quintet for clarinet

and strings (world premiere)

Ravel. Introduction and Allegro


Sponsored by a Member of Canterbury Music Club

             

Book tickets for The Sacconi Quartet with

Mark Simpson, Tom Hancox and Rachel Wick

through the Gulbenkian Box Office 

from 1st December 2021