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The Ionian Singers with Rebecca Hepplewhite (cello)

When
Saturday July 6, 2019 at 19:30
Where
St Peter's Church, Vauxhall, London
Tickets
£10 (concessions £8)
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  1. Yugoslav Folk Songs - Mátyás Seiber
  2. Hi! River Broad & Bright - Modest Mussorgsky
  3. 2 roses Op 53 No 2 - César Antonovich Cui
  4. 5 Czech Madrigals - Bohuslav Martinu
  5. Phantasma for cello and piano - Timothy Salter
  6. Prelude in F for cello and piano Op 2 No 1 - Sergey Rachmaninov
  7. 3 Vocal Quartets, for chorus with cello accompaniment Op 57 - Anton Arensky
  8. Pièce en forme de habanera - Maurice Ravel, transcribed for cello and piano by Paul Bazelaire
  9. Élégie for cello and piano Op 24 - Gabriel Fauré
  10. 7 arabesques, for cello and piano H 201 - Bohuslav Martinu
  11. The Willow Song, from 3 Elizabethan songs - Ralph Vaughan Williams
  12. O Mistress Mine - Ralph Vaughan Williams
  13. The long day closes - Sir Arthur Sullivan, lyrics by Henry Fothergill Chorley
  14. Cold blows the wind - arranged by Timothy Salter
  15. O no John - Traditional, arranged by Timothy Salter

The Ionian Singers with Timothy Salter (conductor and pianist) and the cellist Rebecca Hepplewhite present an evening of music across a continent from Russia to England – well-loved choral repertoire by Sullivan and Vaughan Williams along with less familiar works by Bohuslav Martinu and Cesar Cui, and folk-based songs from Matyas Seiber. The music for cello and piano includes works by by Fauré, Ravel Rachmaninov and Salter (three sharply-etched pieces, Phantasma). The performers join forces in Arensky’s Three Songs for chorus and cello, and folk-song arrangements by Salter conclude the programme.


Venue
St Peter's Church, Vauxhall
Kennington Lane
London
London
SE11 5HY
England
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