Free entry but donations welcome
We wanted to provide a wider range of music for this year’s festival and are delighted that Nick Bailey, former Classic FM presenter, agreed to organise a classical programme. All the concerts will take place in the Riverside Church. Entry to all events is free but donations welcome.
Refreshments will be available – tea, coffee and cakes during the afternoon performances and alcohol in the evening.
|16:00||Flute and Piano recital with Boris |
Bizjak (flute) and John Wilson (piano)
to include Carnival of Venice and
|19:00||Lanreath Community Band and String |
Ensemble “Pirates of the Caribbean
to Pachelbel’s Canon”
|14:00||Organ Recital – Jonathan Delbridge|
|16:00||Solo Harp Recital with |
|19:00||Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto with|
Lana Trotovsek (violin) and
John Wilson (piano)
|15:00||No. 1 in the Classic FM Hall of Fame, |
The Lark Ascending by Vaughan
Williams played by Lana Trotovsek
(violin) and John Wilson (piano)
Mozart’s Flute and Harp Concerto with
Boris Bizjak (flute) , Anne Denholm
(harp) and John Wilson (piano)
|19:00||Guitar Recital – Craig Ogden, |
one of Britain’s leading guitarists
and best selling Classic FM artist.
Craig Ogden – One of Britain’s leading guitarists and best selling Classic FM artist.
Anne Denholm – one of Britain’s leading young harpists and former official harpist to the Prince of Wales (played at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle)
Lana Trotovsek – violin, playing the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto and the Lark Ascending by Vaughan Williams on Sunday afternoon.
Boris Bizjak – (former winner of the Slovenian National Chamber Music Competition three years running) Performing flute and piano recital including Carnival of Venice and Carmen Fantasy; and Mozart’s Flute and Harp Concerto
John Wilson – piano. (Northern School of Music and the Royal Northern College of Music)
Jonathan Delbridge – Purcel’s Rondeau arranged for the organ (former director of Keltique choir).
Lanreath Community Band and String Ensemble – An eclectic mix of classical, film and tango, from Pirates of the Caribbean to Pachelbel’s Canon.