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THE SNOWMAN AND HOWARD BLAKE'S PIANO CONCERTO

Friday 31st January 2020

 

Friday 31st January 2020 at 7.30PM
Assembly Hall, Worthing

Carriages from 9.50pm

Julian Trevelyan

- Piano

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Tchaikovsky
Swan Lake - Waltz

Delius
Sleigh Ride

Sibelius
Karelia Suite

Howard Blake
The Snowman

Rimsky-Korsakov
Dance of the Tumblers

Leroy Anderson
Sleigh Ride

Waldteufel
Skaters Waltz

Howard Blake
Piano Concerto

"Nobody can afford to miss this, one of the truly memorable Piano Concertos of the last century"

Bob Briggs - Music Web International

JOHN DALENE AND MENDELSSOHN VIOLIN CONCERTO

Sunday 23rd February 2020

 

Sunday 23rd February 2020 at 2.45PM
Assembly Hall, Worthing

carriages from 5pm

Johan Dalene

- Violin

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Mozart
Symphony No. 31 in D

Mendelssohn
Violin Concerto

Grieg
Morning (Peer Gynt)

Holst
St Pauls Suite

Prokofiev
Classical Symphony

Remarkable young Swedish violinist Johan Dalene makes his Worthing debut playing the hugely popular Mendelssohn Violin Concerto

" Consistently brilliant interpretations with a remarkable feel for the instrument's tonal resources."

la Citadella

POETIC PASSIONS

Sunday 5th April 2020

 

Sunday 5th April 2020 at 2.45PM
Assembly Hall, Worthing

carriages from 5.15pm

Dinara Klinton

- Pianist

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Grieg
In the Hall of the Mountain King (Peer Gynt)

Rachmaninoff
Piano Concerto No. 2 in C minor

Hamilton Harty
Comdey Overture

Tchaikovsky
Symphony No. 6 'Pathetique'

Dinara Klinton returns to Worthing to play Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 2 in C minor, where the long, seamless lines and endlessly flowing lyricism beautifully express the love stories such as that depicted in the wartime film Brief Encounter where this concerto was used extensively.

Grieg’s In the Hall of the Mountain King, from the Peer Gynt Suite, follows the young adventurer’s travels and amorous escapades. Its easily recognisable theme has helped it attain iconic status in popular culture.

Sir Hamilton Harty’s A Comedy Overture was premiered at the BBC Proms in 1907 and received ecstatic reviews from the music critic at The Times who wrote: "The frank jollity of its themes and the clearness of their expression, both as regards orchestration and formal structure, make it a delightful “Promenade” piece – that is to say, one which tired people can enjoy at a first hearing and find refreshment in listening to."

Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 6 ‘Pathetique’ was reported so named by his brother, Modest, and is the last of his completed symphonies. Various parts of this symphony have been used by a plethora of song writers over the decades, usually depicting tales of love, as well as in several films video games.

"“Dinara Klinton’s performance of Liszt’s Transcendental Études is astonishing. She is a real virtuoso, a born pianist, a very natural player.”"

Sir Andras Schiff

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