MSW Concert Archive - a list of most but not all of our past concerts!

 

2016 Concerts

 

Saturday, 9th January, 10.45-11.30am

The 20th Century Clarinet

Neil Moore (clarinet) & Jacquelyn Bevan (piano) perform 20th century music, in partiular jazz-inspired works: including Finzi's Bagatelles, Alex Templeton's Pocket Sonata no.1, movements from Horovitz Sonatina, and piano works by Madeleine Dring.  Coffee and home-made cakes on sale from 10am. Entrance free, donations welcome.

Wesley Methodist Hall, Paulton

 

Sunday, 17th January, 5-6pm

Mendip Trio

The 'girls' from the Mendip Ensemble: Carole Jenner-Timms (flute), Penny Birnstingl (bassoon) & Jacquelyn Bevan (piano) perform a programme of music for winds and piano, including Damase Sonate en Trio, Handel Flute Sonata in F and works by Milde and Donizetti. Home-made cakes, tea & coffee available. Entrance by donation.

Midsomer Norton Town Hall

 

Sunday, 31st January, 3-4pm

Paradis Palm Court Trio : Music on the Levels Family Concert

A Little Night Music is a collection of music in all styles, from classical (Nocturnes by Chopin and Grieg) to pop, jazz (Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars) and songs from the shows. Something for everyone, and delicious home-made cakes!  All ages welcome. Visit Music on the Levels on Facebook.

Westonzoyland Church Hall

 

Friday, 5th February, 12.30-1.30pm

Paradis Palm Court Trio at the Town Hall

From Dusk to Dawn, a collection of pieces inspired by the night-time hours,  performed by Paradis Palm Court Trio: Jacquelyn Bevan (piano), Lisa Betteridge (violin) and Linda Stocks (cello).Home-made cakes, and tea & coffee on sale. Entrance by donation.

Midsomer Norton Town Hall

 

Saturday, 13th February, 10.45-11.30am

Paradis Palm Court Trio: A Little Night Music

Jacquelyn Bevan (piano) Lisa Betteridge (violin) & Linda Stocks (cello) play a delightful programme of varied styles of music entitlted: A Little Night Music. Coffee and home-made cakes on sale from 10am. Entrance free, donations welcome.

Wesley Methodist Hall, Paulton

 

Sunday, 21st February, 5-6pm

Opus 1 Piano Trio : Phantoms & Fairytales

Liz Kozlowski (piano), Tom Budden (violin) and Damian Knollys (cello) are Frome-based Opus 1 Piano Trio. Programme includes Saint-Saens' Danse Macabre and Beethoven's Ghost Trio.

Midsomer Norton Town Hall

 

Thursday, 25th February, 10.45am

Music at The Lawrence Centre

Rupert Bevan (tenor) and Jacquelyn Bevan (piano) will give a concert of favourite solos including Ave Maria, If with all your hearts, Green Hills of Somerset, Panis Angelicus and more... with recollections of life in a large musical family in Somerset in the 70s and 80s and beyond. Lawrence Centre attendees and their family members welcome. Please contact Maggie on 01749 676839 (Mon-Thu 10-4) if you would like to attend.

The Lawrence Centre, Chamberlain Street, Wells

 

Friday, 26th February, 2.30pm

Music at Manor Farm

Martin Gatt (bassoon) & Jacquelyn Bevan (piano) play a concert of classical music and lighter numbers, interspersed with anecdotes and recollections about some of the music. Residents and their friends and families welcome. Contact Raine 01761 436127 if you would like to attend.

Manor Farm Care Home, Church Road, Radstock

 

Friday, 4th March, 10.45am

Music at Combe Lea Residential Home

Trio Paradis (see below) play A Song of the Weather for Combe Lea residents, their friends and families. Contact Debra on 01225 396338 if you would like to attend.

Combe Lea Home, Greenways, Midsomer Norton

 

Friday, 4th March, 12.30-1.30pm

Paradis Palm Court Trio at the Town Hall

Jacquelyn Bevan (piano) Lisa Betteridge (violin) & Linda Stocks (cello) play a delightful programme of varied styles of music entitlted: A Song of the Weather, to include favourites such as Stormy Weather, Bring me Sunshine and Somewhere over the Rainbow. Coffee and home-made cakes on sale from 10am. Entrance free, donations welcome.

Midsomer Norton Town Hall

 

Friday, 11th March, 2.30pm

Music at Beechcroft Residential Home

Beechcroft Residential Home, North Rd, Midsomer Norton

 

Saturday, 12th March, 10.45-11.30am

Katalin Kertesz (violin) & Jacquelyn Bevan (piano)

Katalin & Jacquelyn perform a varied programme including JS Bach: Sonata in C minor, Bartok: Romanian Dances and works by Grieg and Cesar Cui.  Katalin leads the acclaimed Kertesz String Quartet who specialise in authentic performances of 18th century repertoire on period instruments. Coffee and home-made cakes on sale from 10am. Entrance free, donations welcome.

Wesley Methodist Hall, Paulton

 

Friday, 1st April, 10.45-11.15am

Trio Paradis at Westfield Methodist Church

Jacquelyn Bevan (piano) Lisa Betteridge (violin) & Linda Stocks (cello) play a  programme of music for piano trio on the theme of Spring Romance. Coffee and home-made cakes on sale from 10.30am. Entrance free, donations welcome.

 

 

 

Friday, 1st April, 12.30-1.30pm

Paradis Palm Court Trio at the Town Hall

Jacquelyn Bevan (piano) Lisa Betteridge (violin) & Linda Stocks (cello) play a  programme of music for piano trio on the theme of Spring Romance. Tea & coffee and home-made cakes on sale. Entrance free, donations welcome.

Midsomer Norton Town Hall

 

Saturday, 9th April, 10.45-11.30am

Mendip Ensemble at Wesley Hall, Paulton

In our fourth Paulton Family Concert, Mendip Ensemble - Carole Jenner Timms (flute), Simon Naylor (oboe), Neil Moore (clarinet), Penny Birnstingl (bassoon) & Jacquelyn Bevan (piano) - play the virtuosic Caplet Quintet along with works by Germaine Tailleferre and Joachim Quantz. Free concert - entrance by donation. Coffee & cakes on sale from 10am, all welcome including families.

Wesley Methodist Hall, Paulton

 

Sunday, 10th April, 7.30pm

Midsomer Choral Society Spring Concert

Midsomer Choral Society perform Haydn's joyous Te Deum no.2 in C, together with his 'Sturm und Drang' motet, Insanae et vanae curae and Parry's Blest Pair of Sirens. Victoria Wiltshire, winner of Rotary's talent competition, performs solos including Puccini: O Mio Babbino Caro. Tickets £5 on the door.

Midsomer Norton Town Hall

 

Friday, 6th May, 12.30-1.30pm

Paradis Palm Court Trio at the Town Hall

Liz Kozlowski (piano) Lisa Betteridge (violin) & Linda Stocks (cello) play a  programme of music for piano trio composed during the Romantic period, including works by Mendelssohn and Schumann. Coffee and home-made cakes on sale from 10am. Entrance free, donations welcome. Supported by Midsomer Norton Community Trust.

Midsomer Norton Town Hall

 

Saturday, 14th May, 10.45-11.30am

Syrinx Trio at Wesley Hall, Paulton

In our fifth Paulton Family Concert, Syrinx Trio - Jane Finch (oboe), Martin Gatt (bassoon) & Jacquelyn Bevan (piano) play a variety of music including works by Poulenc, Reinecke and others. Free concert - entrance by donation. Coffee & cakes on sale from 10am, all welcome including families.

Wesley Methodist Hall, Paulton

 

Wednesday, 18th May, 12.30-1.30pm

Mendip Trio - Carole Jenner Timms (flute), Simon Naylor (oboe) and Jacquelyn Bevan (piano) perform  A Song & Dance. A delightful collection of songs and dances from around the world, the concert features Malcolm Arnold's Suite Bourgeoise, William Grant Still's Miniatures - songs of the Americas - and works by Madeleine Dring, Alec Templeton, Quantz and others. Refreshments on sale. Entrance free, donations welcome.

St John's Church, Midsomer Norton

 

Saturday, 28th May, 1-4pm

Roundabout Radstock

As part of Roundabout Radstock, talented local young musicians will perform a showcase concert at Radstock Methodist Church Hall all afternoon. Performers include Katherine and Rachel Stonham (violins), Victoria Wiltshire (soprano), Will Hambley (clarinet & piano), Kenan Broadway (cello & piano) and Jasmin Quennell (mezzo-soprano)

Radstock Methodist Church Hall

 

Friday, 3rd June, 12.30-1.30pm

Paradis Palm Court Trio at the Town Hall

Jacquelyn Bevan (piano) Lisa Betteridge (violin) & Linda Stocks (cello) play a  programme of music for piano trio on the theme of The Flower Garden. Coffee and home-made cakes on sale from 10am. Entrance free, donations welcome. Supported by Midsomer Norton Community Trust.

Midsomer Norton Town Hall

 

Saturday, 11th June, 10.45-11.30am

Ebonite at Wesley Hall, Paulton

IFree concert by Wiltshire-based clarinet ensemble directed by Claire King - entrance by donation. Coffee & cakes on sale from 10am, all welcome including families.

Wesley Methodist Hall, Paulton

 

Sunday 26th June, 7.30pm

Handel: Acis & Galatea - a 'pay what you think it's worth' opera

Following on from the success of Purcell's Dido & Aeneas in June 2015, Bath Consort are performing Handel's opera, Acis & Galatea, with professional soloists and with Midsomer Choral Society providing the chorus. The performance will take place in the fine acoustic of the Studio, Victoria Hall. Seats can be reserved via Ticketsource.

 

Friday, 1st July, 12.30-1.30pm

Paradis Palm Court Trio at the Town Hall

Jacquelyn Bevan (piano) Lisa Betteridge (violin) & Linda Stocks (cello) play a  programme of music for piano trio on the theme of L'Entente Cordiale - a variety of music by French and English composers. Coffee and home-made cakes on sale from 10am. Entrance free, donations welcome. Supported by Midsomer Norton Community Trust.

Midsomer Norton Town Hall

 

Monday, 4th July, 7.30pm

E Flat at Frome Festival

E flat play their annual Frome Festival concert at Christ Church, with a French theme. Programme includes Poulenc Sextet, Madsen's Hommage to Poulenc, Arrieu Quintet and works by Francaix and Ibert. Tickets from Frome Festival website £12 / £10 / £5

 

Christ Church, Frome

Friday, 8th July, 7.30pm

E Flat at Rode Church

E flat play their annual chamber concert at private venue Rode Church, with a French theme. Programme includes Poulenc Sextet, Madsen's Hommage to Poulenc, Arrieu Quintet and works by Francaix and Ibert. Tickets from Andy Hooker.

Rode Church

 

Saturday, 9th July, 10.45-11.30am

Cornucopia at Wesley Hall, Paulton

IFree concert by Wiltshire-based horn quintet Cornucopia - entrance by donation. Coffee & cakes on sale from 10am, all welcome including families.

Wesley Methodist Hall, Paulton

 

 

2015 Concerts

 

2015 Midsomer Concert Hall Dates

18 Jan               Emily Mullins (harp)

15 Feb              Jane Finch (oboe), Martin Gatt (bassoon), Jacquelyn Bevan (piano)

15 Mar              Michelle Falcon (viola) & Olga Paliy (piano)

19 Apr              Old Bones: Trombone Quartet

17 May             Bath Consort Baroque Ensemble: Streams of Pleasure

21 Jun               E flat Ensemble:  Wind & Piano Sextet 

19 Jul                Flute Allsorts: Flute Quartet

16 Aug              Davey String Trio with Barbara Murray (piano)

20 Sep               Brenda McDermott (piano)

18 Oct               Mendip Ensemble: Winds & Piano

15 Nov              Vox8 Chamber Choir

13 Dec               Saxophony - Christmas Favourites 

 

2015 Paradis Palm Court Trio Dates

6th February     A little Night Music

6th March         Film Favourites

27th March       The Aviary

1st May             Mozart & contemporaries

5th June            An English Idyll

3rd July             Summer Holiday

7th August        Sea Fever

4th September  A night at the Musicals

2nd October      Autumn Leaves

6th November   Wartime Songs

4th December   Sleigh Ride

 

Dec Bloomfield Jenny Peplow

Feb Bloomfield Jenny Peplow

Feb Red Maids WWW1

Feb Trio A Little Night Music

3 Mar Bloomfield Cressida Nash Birds & Beasts

6 Mar Trio Film Favourites

6 Mar WWW1 Tilham

7 Mar Music for Miniatures

8 Mar Vox 8 Allegri Miserere & Bleib bei uns St Johns

15 Mar Michelle & Olga Paliy viola & piano MsN Concert Hall

18 Mar WWW1 Stowe School

27 Mar MsN Paradis Palm Court Trio The Aviary

27 Mar Orchardleigh Supper Concert Swainson Trio Mozart Kegelstatt, Bruch & Schumann, Clarke Dumka

4 Apr Easter Songs at Manor Farm Care Home Jenny Peplow & Jacquelyn Bevan

11 Apr Christ Church Frome Coffee Concert Oz Tabor violin & Jacquelyn Bevan piano

15 Apr St John’s Hospital Combe Park Jenny Peplow & Jacquelyn Bevan Younger than Springtime

18 Apr Mells Church Women of WW1

19 Apr Old Bones Trombone Quartet MsN Concert Hall

25 Apr Wedmore Village Hall Syrinx Supper Concert

2 May Limpley Stoke Church Appeal Oz Tabor & Jacquelyn Bevan as Christ Church plus Schubert

3 May Deverills Festival Bath Phil Winds & Jacquelyn Bevan Mozart, Beethoven Quintets, Bruch & Schumann

Friday, 1st May, 12.30-1.30pm

Paradis Palm Court Trio at the Town Hall

The Trio play an entirely Classical programme of Mozart, Haydn and their contemporaries, including piano trio movements as well as arrangements of well-known pieces such as Boccherini's Minuet from String Quartet in C. Home-made cakes, and tea & coffee on sale. Entrance free, donations welcome.

 

 

Saturday, 2nd May, 11.15am

Coffee Concert, Limpley Stoke Village Hall

A recital by Oscar Tabor (violin) & Jacquelyn Bevan (piano), to include JS Bach Chaconne, sonata movements by Grieg and Schubert, and Ravel Tzigane. Free entry with retiring collection in aid of St Mary's Church, Limpley Stoke, restoration appeal.

Oscar (17) started playing violin at the age of six. Until the age of 13 he was taught by Dr Robert Jacoby and then by Karin Leishman of the Alberni Quartet and since 2013 by Clive Hughes. He is a former member of the South West Youth Orchestra and since 2013 he has played with the Dorset Chamber Orchestra. He made his debut as soloist with that orchestra in 2011 and has since played in recitals for the Cossington Circle and at the Bath Festival ‘Party in the City’. Oscar will be studying violin at the Royal Northern College of Music from September this year. Oscar plays an 1891 William Atkinson violin with a bow by Richard Weichold of Dresden. Coffee from 10.30, concert at 11.15am.

Christ Church, Frome
 

Sunday, 3rd May, 7.30pm

Bath Phil Wind Ensemble & Jacquelyn Bevan at the Deverills Festival

A programme of music for winds and piano, including Mozart Quintet K452, Beethoven Quintet op11 and works by Schumann and Bruch, performed by Victoria Brawn (oboe), David McKenzie (clarinet), Richard Wainwright (horn), Martin Gatt (bassoon) and Jacquelyn Bevan (piano). Tickets £15.

St Mary's Church, Kingston Deverill

 


 

Saturday, 9th May, 7.30pm

Women of World War One at Cossington

Narrated by Petra Schofield and Barbara Ingledew, with music performed by Jacquelyn Bevan (piano), Jamie Hughes (violin) and Cressida Nash (cello), Women of WW1 comes to Cossington Village Hall. Cheese & wine available in the interval (90-minute version). For tickets contact Ian Rix via the Village Hall website (click on link above, right). Tickets £10 (students £8, selling well!  Cossington Village Hall nr Bridgwater TA7 8LH

 

Wednesday, 13th May, 2.30pm

Songs from the Shows at St John's Hospital

Jenny Peplow (soprano) and Jacquelyn Bevan (piano) perform a programme of songs from the 1920s to the 1960s, with the emphasis on nostalgia... A concert for residents, their friends and families. St John's Hospital, Combe Park, Bath (next to RUH)

 

Sunday, 17th May, 5pm

Midsomer Concert Hall - Bath Consort 'Streams of Pleasure'

Baroque vocal and instrumental ensemble Bath Consort comprise: Julia O'Connor (soprano), Marie Elliott (mezzo soprano), Matthew Spring (theorbo), Jacquelyn Bevan (keyboard) and Cressida Nash (cello).  'Streams of Pleasure' is a collection of vocal solos and duets from Handel's oratorios, along with works by Vivaldi, Purcell and Monteverdi. Tea & coffee and home-made cakes on sale. Entrance free, donations welcome.

 

Sunday, 31st May, 6.30pm

Women of World War One at Burdall's Yard

Bath Spa University's newest venue is intimate and an ideal setting for Women of World War One. Music performed by Jacquelyn Bevan (piano), Jamie Hughes (violin) and Lorna Stocks (cello), narrated by Petra Schofield and Barbara Ingledew. 60-minute show. Tickets £10 (students £5) from Burdall's Yard website or text 07595 671116  Burdall's Yard, Anglo Terrace, London Road, Bath BA1 5NH

 

Friday, 5th June, 12.30-1.30pm

Paradis Palm Court Trio at the Town Hall

June's theme is 'An English Idyll' - a chance to hear arrangements of songs by well-known and lesser-known English composers, among them 'Sleep' by Ivor Gurney, 'My Own Country' by Peter Warlock and works by Britten, Bridge and the 'Yorkshire Dales Suite' by Armstrong Gibbs. Home-made cakes, and tea & coffee on sale. Entrance free, donations welcome.

 

Sunday, 7th June, 6pm

Dido & Aeneas - FREE opera at Midsomer Norton Town Hall

Purcell's tragic masterpiece, with Marie Elliott (Dido), Andrew Havers (Aeneas) and Julia O'Connor (Belinda), Bath Consort / Kertesz Quartet, and Bath Cantata Group directed by Neil Moore, is here performed in a semi-staged version. Strawberries and cream, and prosecco on sale. Seating limited, booking on 01761 419133 strongly advised. Retiring collection - 'pay what you think it's worth' system.

 

Wednesday, 10th June, 10.30am

Music for Miniatures - voice & piano

Gilly Wells (soprano) & Jacquelyn Bevan (piano) perform a wide variety of songs  in the Music for Miniatures concert series - family friendly concerts in Bath.

St Swithin's Church, Walcot, Bath

 

Sunday, 21st June, 5pm

Midsomer Concert Hall - E flat Ensemble

Wind and piano ensemble 'E flat' present a programme of music by Beethoven, Reinecke and others, with a performance of a rarely heard but exciting, jazz-inspired sextet by the Dutch composer, Leo Smit, who perished in the holocaust. Leslie Sheills (flute), Julie Payne (oboe), Dave Mackenzie (clarinet), Alistair Smith (horn), Martin Gatt (bassoon) and Jacquelyn Bevan (piano) are the performers. Refreshments on sale. Entrance free, donations welcome.

 

Saturday, 27th June, 7.30pm

E flat at Rode Church

E flat Ensemble play their annual concert at Rode Church, with a varied programme, including Beethoven Trio op11 in B flat for clarinet, bassoon & piano, Reinecke Trio in A minor for oboe, horn & piano, and Leo Smit Sextet. Tickets from info@aviolin.com.

 

Saturday, 4th July

E flat at Frome Festival  at Christ Church

Mozart                                 Quintet in Eb for piano & winds

Debussy                               Syrinx for solo flute

Madeleine Dring              Trio for flute, oboe & piano

Beethoven                         Trio op11 for clarinet, bassoon & piano 

Richard R Bennett            Travel Notes for wind quartet

Leo Smit                               Sextet for piano & winds

Charles Ives                        Variations on ‘America’ arr M Gatt

 

Fri 10 July

Bradford Choral at Limpley Stoke Church

 

Sunday, 2nd August, 3-4pm

Music on the Levels: Jane Finch (oboe) & Jacquelyn Bevan (piano)

A varied and light-hearted concert of music for oboe and keyboard, from Albinoni to Madeleine Dring... and accompanied by a selection of delicious cakes! Come and relax with us and at the same time support the reordering of St. Mary's which will bring it up to 21st century standards. Early birds can get a £1 discount on 4 or more tickets bought together up until 25th July. St Mary's Church, Westonzoyland

 

Friday 7th August 12.30-1.30pm

Paradis Palm Court Trio at the Town Hall

This month's theme is 'Sea Fever', a collection of song arrangements and original instrumental pieces with a maritime theme, performed as ever by Paradis Palm Court Trio: Jacquelyn Bevan (piano), Sara Stagg (violin) & Linda Stocks (cello). Home-made cakes, and tea & coffee on sale. Entrance free, donations welcome.  This month we are delighted to have a selection of sea-themed poems, read for us by Helen Wynter and Susan Date.

 

Sunday, 16th August 5-6pm

Midsomer Concert Hall

For our August Concert Hall we are delighted to welcome for the first time the Davey Trio (Violin: Juliet Davey: Viola :Lucy White:  Cello: Keith Tempest) with Barbara Murray, former Head of Accompaniment at Wells Cathedral School. They will perform Mozart's Piano Quartet in E flat and Beethoven String Trio op9 no.2.  Entrance by donation, home-made cakes, tea & cofee on sale.

 

Friday 4th September 12.30-1.30pm

Paradis Palm Court Trio at the Town Hall

September's theme is bound to be popular: A Night at the Musicals, performed by Paradis Palm Court Trio: Jacquelyn Bevan (piano), Lisa Betteridge (violin) and Linda Stocks (cello). Home-made cakes, and tea & coffee on sale. Entrance free, donations welcome.

 

Friday, 11th, September, 2-3pm

Music at St John's Hospital: Jane Finch (oboe) & Jacquelyn Bevan (piano)

A varied and light-hearted selection of music of music for oboe and keyboard, from Albinoni to Madeleine Dring... and a few well-known songs to join in with. Free entry. Residents and families welcome. St John's Hospital, Combe Park (next to RUH), Bath

 

Sunday, 20th September 5-6pm

Midsomer Concert Hall

Brenda McDermott makes a welcome return to Midsomer Norton for a solo piano recital. Programme includes piano favourites such as Sinding's Rustle of Spring and works by Chopin, Rachmaninov, Debussy and others. Entrance by donation, home-made cakes, tea & cofee on sale.

 

Friday, 25th September, 2015, 2-3pm

Music at Manor Farm Care Home: Jenny Peplow (soprano) & Jacquelyn Bevan (piano)

Our afternoon singalong series continues. This time Disney songs are in the spotlight. Families and friends of residents please join residents and staff in this lively singing session in which all lyrics are provided - along with refreshments!

 

Manor Farm Care Home, Radstock

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Friday 2nd October 12.30-1.30pm

Paradis Palm Court Trio at the Town Hall

'Autumn Leaves': a collection of song arrangements and original instrumental pieces with an autumnal flavour, performed by Paradis Palm Court Trio: Jacquelyn Bevan (piano), Lisa Betteridge (violin) and Linda Stocks (cello). Home-made cakes, and tea & coffee on sale. Entrance free, donations welcome.

 

Sunday, 11th October, 7.30pm

E flat Supper Concert

The next in our Orchardleigh Supper Concert series. Programme includes  Richard Rodney Bennett 'Travel Notes' and Leo Smit Sextet, a wonderful jazz-inspired piece by a young Dutch composer who perished in the holocaust.

 

Sunday, 18th October 5-6pm

Midsomer Concert Hall

The Mendip Ensemble return, now plus one: we welcome bassoonist Penny Birnstingl who joins Carole Jenner Timms (flute), Simon Naylor (oboe), Neil Moore (clarinet) and Jacquelyn Bevan (piano). Programme will include the exhilerating Caplet Quintet, together with works by Handel, Tailleferre and others. Entrance by donation, home-made cakes, tea & cofee on sale.

 

Saturday, 24th October, 10.30am

Music for Miniatures: E flat

Music for Miniatures presents E flat - the acclaimed  wind and piano ensemble - who will perform a varied selection of pieces from Classical to 20th Century, designed to appeal to all ages. Visit www.musicforminiatures.co.uk for tickets

St Swithin's Church, Walcot, Bath

 

Friday, 30th October, 2015, 2-3pm

Music at Manor Farm Care Home: Sounds of the Sea

Our October concert has the sea as its theme - with sea shanties, folk tunes, jazz and classical pieces, played by the Syrinx Trio, with Petra, Charlie (11) and Ellen (10) Schofield reading poems about the sea. Families and friends of residents please join in with singing some of the well-known tunes - including, of course, 'Oh I do like to be beside the seaside.

 

Sat 31st October, 7-9pm

Light the Night at St Nicholas' Churchyard, Radstock

 

 

Women of WW1

Women of WW1 at Kingswood Theatre, Lansdown Road, Bath BA1 5RG. Tickets £6 from the school tel. 01225 734215 or click link to email. The performance, which includes pupils of Kingswood School, lasts 1 hour. More details about the show are on Women of WW1 page under Events.

 

 

Friday 6th November 12.30-1.30pm

Paradis Palm Court Trio at the Town Hall

Wartime Songs - not just from WW1 and WW2 but from the American Civil War, and other military numbers, performed by Paradis Palm Court Trio: Jacquelyn Bevan (piano), Lisa Betteridge (violin) and Linda Stocks (cello). Sing along if you like! Home-made cakes, and tea & coffee on sale. Entrance free, donations welcome.

 

Saturday 7th November 7.30pm

Women of WW1

Women of WW1 comes to Malmesbury Abbey. Tickets£15 / £5 from annecox@cooptel.net or tel 01666 504287  Full-length version: performance lasts 2 hours including interval. More details on Women of WW1 page under Events.

 

Tuesday, 10th November, 2.30pm

A Song of Autumn at St John's Hospital, Bath

Linda Stocks (cello) and Jacquelyn Bevan (piano) play a programme of autumn-inspired pieces for cello and piano,  from Faure's Elegie to Yesterday by the Beatles. Residents, their friends and relatives welcome!

 

Sunday, 15th November 5-6pm

Midsomer Concert Hall : Vox8 Chamber Choir

Vox8 - Bath's foremost vocal octet - return to Midsomer Norton to sing a programme with 'something for all', from 15th century polyphony to Flanders & Swann's 'The Slow Train', Elgar and Holst to Swingle and Bob Chilcott.

 

 

 

Friday 4th December 12.30-1.30pm

Paradis Palm Court Trio at the Town Hall

Winter, Advent and Christmas music,  performed by Paradis Palm Court Trio: Jacquelyn Bevan (piano), Lisa Betteridge (violin) and Linda Stocks (cello). We are joined by Susan Date and Helen Wynter who will contribute Christmas-themed readings. Sing along if you like! Home-made cakes, and tea & coffee on sale. Entrance free, donations welcome.

 

2014 Archive (incomplete)

 

Midsomer Norton 2014 series

 

19th January       Neil Moore (clarinet) & Jacquelyn Bevan (piano) C20th clarinet

23rd February     Saxophony

16th March          Mendip Ensemble: flute, oboe, piano - Arnold, Dring, Damase

13th April             Duo Paradis: Swans & Songs

18th May              Brenda McDermott - solo Chopin recital

15th June             Schubert: Shepherd on the Rock, Lieder & Piano Trio no,1

20th July             Dennis & Penny Simons - violin & piano, American Songbook 

17th August         Flute Allsorts - flute quartet

14th September  Women of World War One - a tribute in music, words & images

19th October       Mendip Quartet - Les Six - mostly French C20th music

16th November   Vox8 Chamber Choir

14th December    A Blast of Brass

 

Women of WW1 shows

21 Nov Lyme Regis

Narrated by Petra Schofield & Barbara Ingledew,  music performed by Trio Paradis: Jacquelyn Bevan (piano), Lorna Obson (violin) & Cressida Nash (cello)

 

28 Nov Tilham Stalls

'Autumn Leaves' - a mixed programme of music for winds & piano, featuring: Beethoven (Trio op11), Elgar (Wand of Youth), Britten (Matinees & Soirees Musicales) and Delius (La Calinda). A glass of wine and cheese & biscuits are included in the ticket price.

 

30 Nov Henton VH

'Baroque by Candlelight' - a festive programme featuring works by JS Bach, Loeillet, Handel, together with festive favourites.

 

 

Paradis Palm Court Trio

Fri 5 December

'Winter Wonderland' - a collection of seasonal pieces, some familiar, some less well-known.  Home-made cakes, and tea & coffee on sale.

TRIO PARADIS

 

'Fireworks!'

Friday, 1st November

12.30pm

Midsomer Norton

Town Hall

Wednesday,

6th November, 1pm

Bennett Centre, Frome

NEW SERIES

Thursday,

7th November, 10.45am

Holy Trinity Church, Bradford on Avon

&

1.15pm

Trowbridge Town Hall

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PROGRAMME

Free entry with retiring collection. Cafe seating.

Home made cakes.

E Flat

 

Syrinx

 

Vox8 Chamber Choir

Chilcompton

Village Hall

NEW FREE SERIES

Sat, 28 Sept  7.30pm

Hannah Drury, soprano

&

Sundays at 4pm

Family Concerts

6 Oct Duetto: 2 flutes

20 Oct A Little Night Music

27 Oct A Song & Dance

 

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Bennett Centre

NEW SERIES

planned for

SPRING 2020

Chamber duos & trios

Dates to be announced

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