|Back to home page
|Wednesday 12th February 2020 *7.00pm - please note earlier start for this concert
Local Young Musicians' Concert
Do try to get to this concert! There is always a full house, and you can expect an evening of amazing variety given by the enthusiastic and gifted young musicians of Keswick. You will be entertained and thrilled by the talent displayed and the range of music played.
The Music Society Subscription includes this concert: members should book tickets from the Box Office as their normal seats are not reserved, a row will be held for them for two weeks before being released to the public.
|Sunday 16th February 3.00pm - Come and join us for a great family concert - follow this link
|Sunday 16th February 7.30pm
Tim Kliphuis Sextet
Liam Lynch viola Su-a Lee cello
Nigel Clark guitar Roy Percy bass
"The Brandenburg Seasons”
Classically trained Tim Kliphuis has been hailed as a contemporary improvising “Paganini” and is widely regarded as Stéphane Grappelli’s heir. His Trio are joined by three brilliant Scottish musicians to perform movements from their most recent works: “Reflecting the Seasons” and “Brandenburg”. These interpretations of Vivaldi’s and Bach’s music create a profoundly musical blend of classical, gypsy jazz and folk music, all delivered with a ready humour and great finesse.
In this semi-improvised programme there will also be works by Duke Ellington and Tim’s mentor, Stéphane Grappelli. Where are the lines between classical music and jazz? Between romantic music and folk? And does it matter when great music is played with great imagination, technique and style?
Find out more about Tim Kliphuis
Follow this link to see the rest of our exciting Season 2019 - 2020