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Tuesday 18th July at 19.30
South Downs Festival Orchestra
Thomas Hancox - flute

Vaughan Williams Household Music

I. Crug-Y-Bar (Fantasia)

II. St Denio (Scherzo)

III. Aberystwyth (Variations)

Arnold Concerto for Flute and String Orchestra, Op. 45

Mozart Divertimento in F major, K. 138

Grieg Holberg Suite, Op. 40

Wednesday 19th July at 19.30
The Fountain of Youth 

Zahra Benyounes, Emily Holland - violin
Eloisa-Fleur Thom - violin
Natalie Klouda - violin

Ting-Ru Lai - viola
Jessie-Ann Richardson - cello
Adrian Bradbury - cell

Toby Hughes - double bass

Mendelssohn Octet in E-flat major, Op. 20

Enescu Octet in C major, Op. 7

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Thursday 20th July at 13.00
From the Homeland
Jeremy Young - piano
Zahra Benyounes - violin
Emily Holland - violin
David Adams - viola
Kate Gould - cello

Smetana 'Aus der Heimat’ for violin and piano
Dvořák Piano Quintet in A major, Op. 81

Thursday 20th July at 19.30
Apollo 5

Clare Stewart – soprano

Penelope Appleyard – soprano

Oscar Golden-Lee – tenor

Oli Martin-Smith – tenor

Augustus Perkins Ray – bass


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Friday 21st July at 13.00
Thomas Kelly - piano

Scarlatti Sonata in E Major, K. 135

Scarlatti Sonata in B Minor, K. 87

Scarlatti Sonata in G Major, K. 455

Brahms 6 Klavierstucke, Op. 118

Ravel Jeux D'Eau 

Ravel Sonatine

Friday 21st July at 19.30
Fantasy and Truth

Jeremy Young - piano

Zahra Benyounes - violin

David Adams - viola

Kate Gould - cello

Mozart Piano Quartet in E flat major, K. 493
Bridge Phantasy for Piano Quartet, H. 94
Brahms Piano Quartet No. 3 in C minor, Op. 60

Saturday 22nd July at 12.00
Microconcert at the Church of the Good Shepherd in Lullington
Giuliano Romano Malaisi - guitar


Saturday 22nd July at 19.00
ELÉGIE Rachmaninoff - A Heart in Exile

Lucy Parham - piano
Robert Glenister - narrator


Scripted by Lucy Parham

Elégie – chronicles the life of composer and pianist Sergei Rachmaninoff. Though he became an exile in 1917, Russia remained deeply rooted in his soul. His cultural identity and his longing for his homeland imbue his music, not least the many much-loved works he wrote for his own instrument, the piano. The narrative, scripted from letters and diaries, follows Rachmaninoff from his youth in Russia, through his subsequent self-imposed exile in 1917 and finally to California USA, where he died in 1943.

The concert includes many of his best- loved works for solo piano, including a selection of Preludes, Etudes-Tableaux and Moments Musicaux, some of his own transcriptions and the haunting Elegie, as well as works by Scriabin and Tchaikovsky.

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Sunday 23rd July at 15.00
Treske Quartet

Beethoven String Quartet Op. 18 No. 6

Smith Carrot Revolution

Bartók String Quartet No. 3

We offer a Season Ticket that covers all the ticketed evening and the Thursday lunchtime concerts. (The other lunchtime concerts are retiring donation.)

After you have booked a Season Ticket we will be in touch to reserve the actual seats for you.
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