Programmes 2011

  

Conductor - Roland Fudge

  

26th November - Queen Elizabeth School, Kirkby Lonsdale

  

Renaissance Dancing                          Music from 14th to early 17th Centuries

     By F de la Torre, C Gervaise, M Praetorious, N Ammerbach and O Gibbons,

     arranged by Roland Fudge

 

Adagio                                                 Remo Giazotto (1910 - 1998)

    Based on music by T. Albinoni (1671 -1750)

 

Allegretto from 7th Symphony            Ludwig Van Beethoven (1770 - 1827)

 

Polka from Schwanda the Bagpiper    Jaromir Wienberger (1896 - 1967)

 

Legende for Violin and Orchestra        Henryck Wienawski (1835 -1880)

    Solo Violin: HEATHER STORER

 

Two Movements from Gayaneh            Aram Kachaturian (1903 - 1978)

    Embroidery of the Carpets

    Sabre Dance

  

Baker Street                                         Gerry Rafferty (1947 - 2011) 

     Vocals: Keir McGregor Flute: Libby Gibson Saxophone: David McGregor Guitar: Iori Hicks

 

  

   

Conductor -  Noel Bertram

 

  

26th March - Mary Wakefield Music Festival Concert, Kendal Leisure Centre

  

An infernal Machine                                         Matthew Hindson
    UK and European Premiere

Kol Nidrei for Cello and Orchestra                      Max Bruch
    Soloist: Daniel Crompton

Suite from "The Lord of the Rings"                     Howard Shore

 

 

SATURDAY 25th JUNE  at Kendal Parish Church

Joint Concert with Ulverston Choir

  

Sonata XX                                                        Giovanni Gabrieli

The Unanswered Question                                 Charles Ives

Concerto for Trombone                                     Edward Gregson
     Soloist:Noel Bertram
     Conductor:Roland Fudge

Musick's Empire                                                Anthony Milledge
     with Ladies Choir assembled and coached by the composer

Selection from  "West Side Story"                        Leonard Bernstein

Overture to "Candide"                                        Leonard Bernstein