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Festival Event #1

Mark Padmore (tenor) | Daniel Rowland (violin) | Simon Mulligan (piano)

Tuesday 14 July 2020, 7.30pm

Gainsborough Old Hall

 

EDWARD ELGAR

Violin Sonata in E minor, Op.82

 

LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN

Selection of Folk Songs for Tenor, Violin and Piano

 

ALISSA FIRSOVA

Algarvia, Op. 42 for Violin and Piano

 

THURLOW LIEURANCE

Dying Moon Flower for Voice and Piano

 

THURLOW LIEURANCE

By the waters of Minnetonka for Voice, Violin and Piano

 

ARTHUR FOOTE

I’m wearing awa’to the Land o’ the Leal

 

CHARLES IVES

The Housatonic at Stockbridge for Voice and Piano

 

GEORGE ANTHEIL

Sonata No. 2 for Violin and Piano

 

GEORGE GERSHWIN (arr. HEIFETZ)

‘Summertime’, ‘Bess you is my woman now’ and ‘It ain’t necessarily so’ from Porgy & Bess Suite for Violin and Piano

TICKETS

£20 on the door; £18 in advance

£5 students & under 18s

Programme

Our festival opener introduces three of Britain's most exciting and world-renowned artists, coming together for the first time: Artist-in-Residence, Mark Padmore; Dutch-English violinist, Daniel Rowland – “totally and truly charismatic” The Herald; and New York-based pianist, Simon Mulligan – “the most abundantly gifted of pianists” The Times. They will dazzle us with a feast of English and American music, painting the journey of the Mayflower.

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Venue information

Gainsborough Old Hall

Parnell Street

Gainsborough

DN21 2NB

 

Local ticket voucher scheme in person or contact 01427677348.

 

Venue website

PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED. READ MORE HERE