‘Everyone Sang’Thursday, 6th November, 2014

Posted on November 3rd, 2014 by


 

‘Everyone Sang’: Music and Words Reflecting the First World War and its Themes
Thursday, 6th November, 2014
7.45 – 9 p.m.
St. George’s Church
Aubrey Walk, Kensington, W8 7JG
(closest tube stations: Notting Hill Gate and Holland Park Avenue)

Nigel Clarke-Epitaph (for Edith Cavell) 2014


Erik Satie-Choses vues à droite et à gauche (sans lunettes)(1914)


Fritz Kreisler/Granados-Danse Espagnole (Arr.1911)


Giuseppe Torelli-Prelude (1700)


Sadie Harrison-Ballare un passacaglia di ombre (2014)


Frederick Delius-Lullaby for a Modern Baby (1923)


Zoltán Kodály – Duo Op 7 (1914)


Lilli Boulanger-‘D’un Matin du Printemps’

Peter Sheppard Skaerved – Violin
with Neil Heyde – Cello and Roderic Chadwick

Peter Sheppard Skaerved presents an evening exploring some of the ideas and music which flow around the anniversary of the 1914-18 conflict. This will include material which he has been gathering and creating for his ‘Channel Firing’ project, commissioned by Dover Arts Development for the anniversary. The concert will include music composed before, during, and after the war, from the 17th Century and by living composers.

Cost: £15 per person.
RSVP: Minh-Tam Janssens at minhtam.janssens@gmail.com or mob: 07712 006 300. Payment at the door or cheque can be made to Seven College Conference – London.

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