Week beginning 5 August

By | 5th August 2019

Our friend and impresario Stephen Armstrong will be with us on Wednesday 7 August at 1pm; and this time he brings with him organist Cameran Johal and pianist/organist Sean Cohen for a varied and entertaining programme which will take us from the 17th to the 20th century.

Their programme will be as follows:

Sean Cohen (piano)
Gershwin The Man I love
Gershwin I got rhythm
Schumann Des Abends
Schumann Aufschwung

Cameran Johal (organ)
Bach Fantasia from Fantasia and Fugue in G
Thalben Ball Elegy
Peeters Von Liebe kommt gross Leiden No 9 from 10 Organ Chorales, Op. 39
Messaien Joie et clarte No. 6 from Les Corps Glorieux

Sean Cohen (organ)
Buxtehude Ciacona in E
Sark Toccata Primi Toni
Karg Elert Nun Danket Alle Gott

Later on the same day, Cambridge Early Music will be performing ‘City voices, Courtly airs’ at Emmanuel
At 7pm pre-concert talk by Professor Richard Freedman
At 8pm concert by The Courtiers of Grace

A journey through sixteenth-century France, from chanson to air de cour, via the city tavern and the turbulence of the Reformation church, with adventures along the way in words taking charge of music. Works by Josquin, Le Jeune, Sermisy, Sandrin, Janequin, Certon, Lassus and others.

Book tickets via https://www.cambridgelive.org.uk/tickets/events/cambridge-early-music-city-voices-courtly-airs


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