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Ashburton Chamber Music Festival - concert 1

When
Saturday July 20, 2019 at 19:30
Where
Ashburton Arts Centre, Ashburton
Tickets
pay what you can afford: £15, £11, £7
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  1. Passacaglia for violin and cello in G minor on a theme by Handel - Johan Halvorsen
  2. Partita No 2 in D minor, for solo violin BWV 1004 - Johann Sebastian Bach
  3. The Jet Whistle, for flute and cello - Hector Villa-Lobos
  4. Processione di lacrime, for saxophone and string trio - Lansing D McCloskey
  5. Quartet No 3 for flute, violin, viola and cello in C K 285b - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

This new festival brings a group of world-class musicians to live in a small town in South Devon for a week, performing formal concerts, open rehearsals, plus house parties where the audience chooses what is played, and the musicians perform the high-wire act of sight-reading it without rehearsal!

We start with an irresistibly virtuosic display by Johann Halvorsen based on a theme of Handel which has the violin and cello trying to out-do one another as the piece gets increasingly out of hand. Next, what many consider Bach’s greatest and most profound work, the D minor Partita for solo violin that includes the famous Chaconne. Then some steamy music from Brazilian composer Villa Lobos for flute and cello, the aptly named 'Jet Whistle and then a contemporary work for string trio and saxophone featuring Andy Williamson on the sax. The concert ends with Mozart’s infectiously joyful quartet for flute and strings in C major.


Venue
Ashburton Arts Centre
15 West Street
Ashburton
Devon
TQ13 7DT
England
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