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Duo Antipodes (guitar and cello)

Saturday February 29, 2020 at 20:00
Holmes Chapel Leisure Centre, Holmes Chapel
Members of Holmes Chapel Music Society £11, non-member adults £17, children, students and benefit claimants £1
Phone for tickets: 01477 537 769
Other Sources: Print Room, Church Walk, Holmes Chapel, Cheshire, CW4 7AZ
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Tickets "at the door" - until sold out
  1. Musica notturna della strada di Madrid, for string quintet Op 30 No6; G 324 - Luigi Boccherini, arranged by Jehanne Bastoni and Manus Noble
  2. Nana, from 7 canciones populares españolas - Manuel de Falla
  3. Danza española No 5, 'Andaluza', from 12 danzas españolas, for piano Op 37 - Enrique Granados, arranged by Jehanne Bastoni and Manus Noble
  4. Asturiana, from 7 canciones populares españolas - Manuel de Falla
  5. One starry night - Traditional Irish, arranged by Jehanne Bastoni and Manus Noble
  6. Theme and Variations on a Japanese folk song ‘Sakura’ - Yuquijiro Yocoh
  7. Benga Beat - Gary Ryan
  8. Spiegel im Spiegel - Arvo Pärt
  9. Theme from 'Howl's Moving Castle' - Joe Hisaishi, arranged by Jehanne Bastoni and Manus Noble
  10. Theme from the film 'Laputa: Castle In The Sky' - Joe Hisaishi, arranged by Jehanne Bastoni and Manus Noble
  11. Heal, for guitar - Manus Noble
  12. Reflexoes - Jaime Zenamon

Irish guitarist Manus Noble graduated from the Royal College of Music in 2010 with 1st class honours and also from the Royal Academy of Music in 2012, where he was awarded a distinction for his Masters in Performance. He was given Performance Awards by the Musicians Benevolent Fund, Countess of Munster and Ian Flemming Trust, and was accepted onto the Park Lane Group Concert Series at the Purcell Room. He won first prize in the Royal College of Music Guitar and Ivor Mairants Guitar Competitions.

“Manus Noble is one of the very best of the new generation of guitarists. His fantastic technique, fluid, intuitive musicianship and warm and engaging on-stage personality make Manus a complete artist.” - Craig Ogden

In 2011, Australian cellist Jehanne obtained her Bachelor of Music Degree from the University of Waikato, New Zealand, having previously studied at the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music in Singapore as the recipient of a full scholarship. Jehanne has performed solo, chamber and orchestral concerts in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Italy, Switzerland and the UK, as well as playing with orchestras such as the Teatro alla Scala Academy Orchestra in Milan and the Opus Orchestra in New Zealand.

This is the seventh in the 48th season of eight concerts organised by Holmes Chapel Music Society.

Full details of the season’s artists, music and tickets can be found at Holmes Chapel Music Society's website.

The concerts regularly attract audiences of up to 200. The atmosphere is friendly and informal. We go out of our way to welcome new members.

Wheelchair access is available by arrangement.

The Society retains the right to change the programmes without notice.

Holmes Chapel Leisure Centre
Selkirk Drive
Holmes Chapel
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