Don’t forget to come along to St Andrew’s church, Currry Rivel, this Saturday at 7 pm, where we have a lovely programme of music for oboe and piano from Katherine Bryer and Irena Radić. There are solo pieces for both instruments as well as the duet, so lots of variety. Programme and details of the musicians can be found in the Concert Pogramme section.
In just a bit over a month’s time, our Curry Rivel musical treats start for another season.
First, on Saturday 14th September, we have a lovely oboe and piano concert for you. Katherine Bryer and Irena Radić will be playing an excellent variety of pieces together and solo, from composers familiar and not-yet-familiar. Programme and details can be found at 14/09/19 Oboe & Piano.
Short descriptions and dates for the rest of the season can be found at Concert Programme 2019-2020. Put all the dates in your diary now; you won’t regret it!
We now have the programme and more details of the next concert; two wonderful pianists playing on one piano. It should be interesting to watch, and they have chosen a lovely and varied selection of pieces. More information at 13/04/19 Four Hands – One Piano.
You may be interested in a concert in North Curry on 9th March:
North Curry Parish Church
IONEL MANCIU – Violin LEO POPPLEWELL – Cello
Music by Bach, Boccherini, Handel, Kodaly and Ysaye
Saturday 9th March at 7.00pm
Tickets £10 on sale at North Curry PO or at the door
Two outstanding performers sponsored by the Countess of Munster Musical Trust
Proceeds will be divided between the Parish Church, Missions to Seamen and the RNLI
The dates and artists for the 2019-2020 season are now available here. Put them in your diary now! Did you get a nice 2019 calendar for Christmas? Make sure that you put in the Curry Rivel Music dates! And make sure that your friends and family do the same.
We now have the programme for the next concert, on 13 October. With everything from Grieg to Gershwin via some tango from Piazzolla, played on the saxaphone with piano, there is definitely something for literally everyone here! Time to drag along your friends, family and neighbours who say they don’t like “classical” music. See here for more.