EVENTS
Performances by the Benyounes Quartet and Friends will form the core works of the festival, with a song recital on Friday 2 September by the South African baritone Njabulo Madlala as a contrast .

  • All concerts are in the Loggos Schoolhouse at 8.00pm
  • Tickets price € 15 including new taxes at the door from 7.30

 

SATURDAY 27th AUGUST

Benyounes Quartet, with Rebecca Jones, Sarah McMahon and Jeremy Young.

THE YOUNG PRODIGY

W.A.Mozart
Viola Quintet K. 516 W. A. Mozart

B. Britten
Simple Symphony

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F. Mendelssohn
Piano trio in D minor


 

Sunday 28th August

Meet the Performers.

An informal evening with the performers and Jazz drummer Lewis Wright, displaying another side of their music making.


 

TUESDAY 30th AUGUST

Benyounes Quartet, with Rebecca Jones and Sarah McMahon

PINNACLES

F. Schubert
Quintet in C major

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J. Brahms

Sextet in G minor


 

THURSDAY 1st SEPTEMBER

Benyounes Quartet, with Jeremy Young.

FOLKLORE

B. Bartok
Romanian Folk Dances arr. For cello and piano

Cecil Sharpe
English folk song arr. For piano

P. Tchaikovsky
Quartet no 1
II. Andante Cantabile

J. Brahms
Piano Quartet No.1 in g minor Op.25
IV. Rondo alla zingarese : Presto

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A.Dvorak
Piano Quintet no 2 in A major opus 81


 

FRIDAY 2nd SEPTEMBER

Njabulo Madlala ( Baritone ) and Mark Nixon ( piano ) and others

ARIAS AND SONGS

Operatic arias

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Songs of Home
(Zulu and Xhosa songs ofSouth Africa)


 

SATURDAY 3rd SEPTEMBER

Benyounes Quartet, with Jeremy Young.

SALZBURG TO VIENNA

J. Haydn
Quartet opus 77 no. 2 in F major

Kreisler
Liebesleid for violin and piano

A. Webern
Langsamersatz for string quartet

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F. Schubert
String quartet in E flat D 87 *

W. A. Mozart
Piano concerto in C major

* this performance is dedicated to Marguerita, the most loyal supporter of the festival from the first concert, who died earlier this year.


 

SPONSORS:

The 2016 Festival is generously supported by:

  • The Behrens Foundation
  • The John S Cohen Foundation
  • The Mackintosh Foundation
  • Federico Spinola
  • Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners Charitable Foundation