Concerts 2019-20

Start of next Concert Series 20th October ‘Autumnal Colours’

Autumnal Colours

A programme chosen to explore differing musical colours and textures which can be aligned to the current season.

Sunday 20th October 3.00pm

St Leonard’s Church, Hythe

Conductor: Anthony Halstead

Programme:
McGlyn –  Aisling
K. Jenkins  – Palladio
Purcell – Chaconne (arr B. Britten)
Ridout –  Concertino for Oboe
Suk – Serenade for Strings (2 mvts)
Holst – St Paul’s Suite
J.S. Bach – Adagio from BWV12
J. Suk – Meditation on the old Czech hymn ‘St Wenceslas’
Telemann – Concerto for Oboe D’amore in A

Tickets at www.crowthersofcanterbury.co.uk
Adult £15, Student £8, FCO Friends and FSL £12.50

 

 

 

Canterbury Cathedral, Concerts 2019-20

1st November – A Musical Tapestry – Part of Canterbury Festival 2019

A Musical Tapestry

An opportunity to hear these stunning musicians perform a   programme of varying musical  colours with the thread of jazz and classical styles being re-interpreted in a unique and exciting way

Friday 1st November  7.30pm  Canterbury Festival Concert
Canterbury Cathedral, Eastern Crypt
Iain Ballamy – saxophones, David Rees-Williams – piano
Ian Crowther – oboe with the FCO Ensemble

Programme to include:
Works by J.S. Bach, Marcello, Purcell, Albinoni plus improvised pieces for Saxophone and Piano.
Dave and Iain’s musical partnership can be encapsulated in a wonderful quote from David Bowie ‘ I don’t know where I’m going from here, but I promise it won’t be boring’. Not to be missed!

Tickets from Canterbury Festival Box Office  

Unreserved Seating £20, Reserved seating £25

Concerts 2019-20

21 December – A Canterbury Christmas

A Canterbury Christmas

Start your Christmas here at St Peter’s with a wonderful programme of music – some seasonal some not but all will create an uplifting and exciting start to the season

Saturday 21st December 6.00pm

St Peter’s Methodist Church, Canterbury
David Rees Williams Piano
Canterbury Voices Director Kerry Boyle
Ian Crowther – Oboe and FCO Ensemble

Programme to include:
Seasonal Choir items
Warlock –  Bethlehem Down
Corelli – Excerpts from the Christmas Concerto
Morricone – Gabriel’s Oboe
And more…
Tickets at www.crowthersofcanterbury.co.uk

Adult £15, Student £8, FCO Friend £12.50

 

Concerts 2019-20

27 March 2020 Not Just Standards! FCO Jazz Night 2020

Not Just Standards!

We are really pleased to welcome Dulcie May and Paul Booth in a programme of some standards together with a homage to the legendary saxophonist, Stan Getz,  performed by Paul Booth and the FCO Ensemble.

Friday 27th March 2020 8.00pm

International Study Centre, Cathedral Precincts

Dulcie May  – vocal
Paul Booth  – tenor saxophone
Steve Hamilton – piano
Dave Whitford – Bass, Andrew Bain -drums
FCO Ensemble

Program to include:
Night and Day, My Funny Valentine, Girl from Ipanema, Her, Night Rider

Tickets at www.crowthersofcanterbury.co.uk

Set up as an intimate jazz venue Tables of 6 £150 Tables of 4 £100
Table seats £25 Back row seats £20 balcony £15

 

Concerts 2019-20

12 June 2020 Bach to Telemann and Back!

Bach to Telemann and Back!

This Concert explores some wonderful music from a number of esteemed Baroque composers.

Friday 12th June 2020 6.00pm

St Peter’s Methodist Church,

Conductor: Anthony Halstead

Programme to include:
J.S. Bach  – Oboe D’amore Concerto in A
A. Corelli  – Concerto Grosso Op. 6 no.9 in F
A. Telemann  – Oboe D’amore Concerto in A
Manfredini  – Concerto Grosso Op.3 no. 9.
J.S. Bach  – Brandenburg Concerto No. 3

Tickets at www.crowthersofcanterbury.co.uk
Adult £15, Student £8, FCO Friend £12.50