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Box Office

Plymouth University

01752 585050

www.peninsula-arts.co.uk




Saturday 18 March 19:30

Minster Church of St Andrew, Royal Parade, Plymouth

Tickets £15


University of Plymouth Choral Society & Sinfonia

Simon Ible, conductor

Augusta Hebbert, soprano


European Sacred Music


Haydn: Little Organ Mass

Plus choral music by Palestrina, Anerio, Bruckner & Vivaldi




Saturday 8 April 19:30

Upper Lecture Theatre, Sherwell Centre, Plymouth University

Tickets £10

Peninsula Arts Sinfonietta

Simon Ible, conductor


A programme of new music by Plymouth University composers


Marcello Gimenes: Pensiveness for piano & strings

Sam Richards: Pebbles, Clouds & Waves for piano & strings

Nuria Bonet Filella: Tuna Fishing for piano & strings

Purcell: Fantasias

Tomkins: Fantasias

Vivaldi: Al Santo Sepolcro


Pensiveness is a musical piece for piano and string ensemble written by Marcelo Gimenes upon daydreaming, fantasy and melancholy images.  Nuria Bonet Fillela’s Tuna Fishing draws inspiration from Escher's work Metamorphosis II where shapes morph into one another.  Pebbles, Clouds and Waves by Sam Richards is best expressed  from John Lubbock’s, The Pleasure of Life …”to lie sometimes on the grass under the trees on a summer’s day, listening to the murmur of water, or watching the clouds float across the sky is by no means a waste of time”.



Saturday 20 May 19:30

Minster Church of St Andrew, Royal Parade, Plymouth

Tickets £15

University of Plymouth Choral Society

Simon Ible, conductor

Anita Watson, soprano

Samantha Price, Mezzo-soprano

Ross Scanlon, tenor

Timothy Dickinson, bass


Haydn: Nelson Mass



Saturday 10 June 19:30

Minster Church of St Andrew, Plymouth UK

Tickets £10


Peninsula Arts Sinfonietta

Simon Ible, conductor

Alwynn Mellor, soprano


Peninsula Arts Words & Music Festival 2017

The Roaring Twenties

Gala Concert


Peninsula Arts Sinfonietta is joined by internationally praised star soprano, Alwyn Mellor for this celebration of 1920’s British and American music. Great songs and English pastoral classics make up this concert celebrating the innovation, free spirit and sheer fun of the decade.


The programme will include show songs by George Gerswin, Cole Porter, Richard Rodgers, Jerome Kern and Fats Waller including “With a song in my heart”, Can’t help lovin dat man”, “Ain’t Misbehavin” and Let’s do it, Let’s fall in love”. The orchestra items will include Vaughan Williams English Folksong Suite and ‘Lonely Waters by E.J.Moeran.





 

 

 



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