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November 2018

  Michael Lloyd  Conductor David Cohen   Cello Parry Elegy for Brahms Elgar Cello Concerto in E minor (soloist: David Cohen) Bruckner Symphony no 9 The music for this concert, as the regular concert date closest to the 40th Anniversary of the then Chandos Sinfonia, has been chosen after much thought as to how best celebrate this milestone.  Opening with the emotional Elegy for Brahms, the evening continues with Elgar's wonderful Cello Concerto. By turns soulful, passionate, spirited and wistful, this work is arguably the…

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Malvern Festival Chorus

November 25th 6:00 pm

  Malvern Festival Chorus presents an evening of sacred choral music in the great classical tradition by two of the genre’s foremost composers, J. S. Bach and W. A. Mozart. Originally composed in the key of E-flat in 1723, Bach subsequently transposed his glorious Magnificat to the brighter key of D, a more satisfactory key for the trumpets. Mozart’s Mass in C K317 was composed over 50 years later and probably gained its popular title of Coronation Mass as a…

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December 2018

  ‘The Nutcracker and I’ by Alexandra Dariescu, is a new and innovative 50-minute live performance based on the magical Christmas story, for anyone who dares to dream. Alexandra inspires the audience by telling us her own story as Clara: from little girl to concert pianist and invites us to use our own imagination, to hope, work hard and never give up. On stage will be a grand piano, played by Dariescu herself, and ballerina Désirée Ballantyne behind a see-through…

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February 2019

  PRESIDENT’S SUNDAY AFTERNOON SCHUBERT CYCLE SERIES 2017-2019 Roderick Williams, baritone Iain Burnside, piano Schubert Schwanengesang, D.957          Im Frühling, D.882; Herbst, D.945; Im Haine, D.738; Der Einsame, D.800; Liebhaber in allen Gestalten, D.558; An Rosa, D.316; Die Liebe hat gelogen, D.751; Rückweg, D.476; Totengräbers Heimweh, D.842; Auf den Tod einer Nachtigall, D.399   Malvern Concert Club’s President, Roderick Williams OBE, and Iain Burnside return to Malvern for this last annual recital in their series encompassing all three of Schubert’s…

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March 2019

  Michael Lloyd Conductor Aydin Onac Piano Berlioz Carnival Romain Overture Rachmaninov Piano Concerto no 2 Mahler Symphony No 1 "Titan" Opening with Berlioz's effervescent Roman Carnival Overture, the first concert of the 40th Anniversary season sees the long-awaited return an old friend of the orchestra, Aydin Onac, to play arguably Rachmaninov's most famous work. Chandos has been fortunate to work with Aydin on a number of occasions during its four decades, and the orchestra is delighted that he can be part…

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