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Concert News – December 2020

Great news at last! The Theatre will be reopening in February, but even before that we will try yet again to give our members some compensation for the abrupt ending of last season. We hopefully present again, on Sunday January 24th, Festivo Winds, a young and brilliant group of wind players who will play a …

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Festivo Winds – 24 January 2021

Our members’ only concert on 24 January 2021 will go ahead as planned. The date of the February 2021 concerts has been changed to 21st February. This information is correct as long as current Government regulations remain the same.

“JUST” BACH ORGAN RECITALS

Sunday 23rd August, Sunday 30th August, Sunday 13th September, Sunday 20th September – 4.00pm – Parish Church of Keswick, St John John Cooper Green will start the recitals next Sunday (23rd August) and they will then be every week at 4.00pm until the end of September, with the exception of Sunday September 6th. Government guide …

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Tim Kliphuis Sextet Review

“The Brandenburg Seasons” A powdered wig and a Musical Saw! On Sunday night, Storm Dennis blew Johann Sebastian Bach’s best wig away.Dutch violinist, Tim Kliphuis, and his Trio snatched hold of one of the Brandenberg Concertos and with a few confident chords they were off on a fantastical, kaleidoscopic musical journey, mixing styles, mixing rhythms, …

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Gitarrissima of Vienna Review

A large and appreciative audience at Keswick’s Theatre by the Lake was treated to a delightful concert last Sunday by the all-woman, five-guitar ensemble, Gitarrissima of Vienna. Wearing glorious scarlet and playing three normal-sized guitars, one smaller octave guitar and one larger classical bass guitar this was a programme of joyful music-making for the Christmas …

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Pelleas Ensemble Review

A large and appreciative audience at Keswick’s Theatre by the Lake was treated to a lovely concert last Sunday by the Pelleas Ensemble. Comprising Luba Tunnicliffe (Viola); Oliver Wass (Harp) and Henry Roberts (Flute), this was music-making of very high quality indeed. The varied and thoughtful programme gave each of the musicians the opportunity to …

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