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Piano Recital: Mark Carroll


Shostakovich, Dmitri: Prelude in D major, op.34

Chopin, Frédéric

Prelude, Op.28, no.15, aka 'Raindrop'
Scriabin, Alexander: Impromptu in B flat minor, Op.12
Feldman, Morton: 'Palais de mari' (1986)

  -INTERVAL-

Debussy, Achille-Claude: 'Children's Corner' (1908)

Chopin, Frédéric: Nocturne in C minor, op 48, no.1

Alkan, Charles-Valentin: 'Fa' from 'Chants', Op.38b, no.2

Carroll, Mark:  '...like tears in rain' (2015)


26th January, 2.30pm

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Cobweb Orchestra

The fantastic Cobweb Orchestra will be joined by the fabulous Fenella Humphreys, winner of the 2018 BBC Music Magazine Instrumental Award, in Tchaikovsky's violin concerto. Performed in St Cuthbert's Chapel.

24th March, 6pm


The Unthanks - Unaccompanied, As We Are

Where does a band go, after a symphonic journey that peaks with orchestral performances at the Royal Festival Hall and Royal Albert Hall? Back to the beginning of course. Before fronting one of the most artistically brave and revered bands working today, Tyneside sisters Rachel and Becky Unthank grew up singing songs without accompaniment, in weaving, unschooled vocal harmony. As if to prove that creativity should never be about ambition or aspiration, The Unthanks move on from their recent orchestral explorations by going back to what they know and do best -singing in unaccompanied harmony - joined on this tour by Unthanks member Niopha Keegan to make a vocal trio. The three have already established a band within a band in The Unthanks, with the success of haunting harmony signature pieces like Magpie, recently brought to wider attention by Mackenzie Crook’s beautifully poignant series, Detectorists. On this tour, they fully explore their rich and unique vocal combinations, with brand new material and arrangements, alongside more familiar Unthanks material. Believing unaccompanied song to be a performance art of storytelling and communication, instead of recording a studio album, each show will be recorded and there will be chance at shows to pre-order a forthcoming album compiled from live performances on this tour.

24th May 2019

PLEASE NOTE, THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT


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