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Behind the Scenes at the Museum

On Thursday, Friday and Saturday this week, the College Players will perform 'Behind the Scenes at the Museum', an adaption for stage of the best-selling novel by Kate Atkinson.

It was great that Lindsey Hollingsworth, the Chairman of the College Players, Emma Feeney, playing the lead role as Ruby Lennox, and Claire Hilder, playing Patricia Lennox.

We heard all about the College Players, a bit of the background and the plot of 'Behind the Scenes at the Museum, but the ladies were careful not to give too much away...they also performed some lines for us, and got totally into character in the process.

Check it out at Brentwood Theatre THIS Thursday, Friday and Saturday (17th, 18th, 19th September) at 8.00pm.

Tickets cost £10 (£8 conc) and are available from the Box Office on 01277 200305.
Brentwood Theatre – a great night out.

And the Monday Classics playlist went like this tonight:

The Non-Classicial Classic: 'Proud' - Heather Small

Allegro from Trumpet Concerto in E flat - Joseph Haydn

Allegro from Piano Concerto - Mozart

March in D - from Water Music - Handel

Up where we belong - Blake

Your so cool - Tyler Rix

Concert Etude Op 40 No 3 - Toccatina - Nikolai Kapustin

Concert Etude Op 40 No 6 - Pastoral - Nikolai Kapustin

Concert Overture - Beethoven

Take care, one and all, have a great week, I'll be finding us some more Monday Classics.

A bientot, as they say.

Ed

 

 

The Phoenix FM Classical Events Guide - Autumn 2009

Wednesday 16th September 2009
Benjamin Grosvenor at Chelmsford Civic Theatre
Details - 01245 606505
Sunday 20 September 3.00pm
At Brentwood Theatre, Galton Concert Promotions present BENJAMIN GROSVENOR IN
RECITAL
"Grosvenor’s performance was so alluring, so alive to the music’s poetry, and so
colourfully detailed." Daily Telegraph
Widely regarded, at age 17, as one of the most gifted young pianists in the world,
Benjamin first came to prominence as the outstanding winner age 11 of the Keyboard
Final of the 2004 BBC Young Musician Competition. Enthusiastically received recital
debuts at Wigmore Hall and St George’s, Bristol followed, with the Bristol Evening Post
remarking that his Chopin D flat Nocturne "was given a rendition of such maturity that
one was sometimes thinking of Rubinstein in his prime".
Benjamin made his Carnegie Hall debut in 2006, performing Ravel’s G major concerto
to acclaim, while further international debuts followed in Brazil and the Czech Republic
in Chopin's 2nd Concerto, with the latter performance drawing the headline "Genius
sets a very high benchmark", the review commenting that "all present knowledgeable
of music knew they were hearing a kind of miracle".
In January 2009 Benjamin played the Grieg concerto with the Philharmonia Orchestra
to critical and audience acclaim at a sold out Royal Festival Hall –a performance
described in the Daily Telegraph as an interpretation of palpable character and astute
panache.
Benjamin will be playing the following:-
Kapustin 3 Concert Studies Opus 40
Liszt Sonata in B Minor
Chopin Berceuse
Chopin Scherzo Opus 39
Chopin Nocturne C Sharp Minor
Ravel Ondine
Ravel La Valse
Benjamin will also be judging at the Phoenix FM Young Classical Musician of the Year
at the end of the month.
Tickets cost £15 (£13 conc) and to promote classical music to young people, children
under 16 pay only £5  and are available from the Box Office on 01277 200305.
Brentwood Theatre – a great night out.
24th September
JB Brass Quintet – Students and Ex-Students from Royal Academy of Music
Brentwood Musical Society
Brentwood School Memorial Hall
Classics from Jeremiah Clarke and Bach to 1930’s music and some fun numbers
 
Details/Tickets from Frances Morris 01277 373292
 
Sunday 11th October at 7.30pm
M&G Civic Concerts at Chelmsford Civic Theatre
European Union Chamber Orchestra + Tasmin Little (Violin), Rosalind Ventris (Viola)
Mendelssohn – Symphony no 12, Mozart – Sinfonia Concertante for Violin and Viola K364, Michaela Plachkha – You gave me silence, Haydn – Symphony no 52 in C Minor
Tickets: £22.00, £18.00, £14.00, Concessions £19.50, £15.10, £11.50 Full time students, under 16s and registered unemployed £5 from Chelmsford Civic Theatre Box Office 01245 606505
Saturday 17th October at 7.30pm
Brentwood Philharmonic Orchestra
Music by: Wagner, Franck, Litolff & Balakirev
The Brentwood Ursuline School
 
Saturday 17th October at 7.30pm
The Howard Wallace Chorale
Programme and Venue to be confirmed
 
Saturday 17th October

What’s happening?           
Autumn Concert
A programme of choral music, in the historic Priory Church of St Laurence, Blackmore.
The programme will include performances of two contrasting Requiems – one by Spanish composer Tomás Luis de Victoria in 1583, and the other by English composer Herbert Howells. The Howells piece was composed in 1936, but only published much later. In fact, the Stondon Singers were the first amateur choir to perform the work, from manuscript, prior to its publication in 1980.
Date and time?
Saturday 17th October 2009
7.30 pm
Where?
Priory Church of St Laurence,
Blackmore,
Essex
CM4 0RN
Ticket prices and sales?
Tickets £10, £8 for concessions and £3 for children aged 15 and under.
Available in advance from any choir member, Blackmore Post Office, or from James Dace & Son, Broomfield Road, Chelmsford. Also at the door on the night.
Telephone 01992 522300 
or e-mail stondon_singers@fsmail.netfor information.

 
22nd – 24th October
‘Return to Oscars’ - Brentwood Operatic Society
 
Saturday 7th November
Brentwood Choirs Festival
Brentwood Cathedral
 
Sunday 15th November
M&G Civic Concerts at Chelmsford Civic Theatre
Orchestra of St John’s + Jan Schmolk (violin), John Lubbock (conductor)
Britten – Simple Symphony, Vaughan Williams – Rhosymedre, Elgar – Elegy, Vaughan Williams – Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis, Piazzola – Four Seasons accompanied by two tango dancers
Tickets: £22.00, £18.00, £14.00, Concessions £19.50, £15.10, £11.50 Full time students, under 16s and registered unemployed £5 from Chelmsford Civic Theatre Box Office 01245 606505
 
Sunday 6th December at 3.00pm
Carol Concert by Brentwood Choral Society
St Thomas’ Church, Brentwood
 
Saturday 19th December at 7.00pm
‘Music for Christmas’
Hutton and Shenfield Choral Society / Aurelian Symphony Orchestra / Guests
Brentwood Centre
 
January 2010
‘Fiddler on the Roof’ – Shenfield Operatic Company

 

 



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