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January 2020

Alix Lagasse & Maria Tarasewicz

January 5, 2020 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Faversham Assembly Rooms, Preston Street
Faversham, ME13 8PG United Kingdom

Violin & Piano Mozart Sonata In A K 305 Brahmt Sonata No 1 In G Major Wienawski Faust Fantasy Perhaps a familiar face for some as a member of the London Symphony Orchestra, the Belgian violinst Alix Lagasse surveys two centuries of music ranging from the delicate classicism of the Mozart’s sonata through the rich and rhapsodic music of Brahms to Wienawski’s response to the music from Gounod’s opera a virtuoso tour-de-force. Ticket Information Full Price Ticket: £8 Friends of…

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February 2020

Ensemble Jeux

February 2, 2020 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Faversham Assembly Rooms, Preston Street
Faversham, ME13 8PG United Kingdom

Oboe Bassoon & Piano Andre Previn Trio Poulenc Trio This ensemble of oboe, bassoon and piano continues the exploration of wind repertoire this season and brings two contrasting works which show off the colourful variety and versatile sonorities of these three instruments. Poulenc’s ever- popular trio written in 1926 and dedicated to Manuel de Falla is a substantial work at times wistful, at times exuberant. André Previn’s trio written in 1994 is full of contrasts, deftly mixing melancholic melody with…

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March 2020

Anna Kondrashina & Pavel Timofeyevsky

March 1, 2020 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Faversham Assembly Rooms, Preston Street
Faversham, ME13 8PG United Kingdom

Flute & Piano Gaubert Nocturne And Allegro Scherzando Prokofiev Five Melodies Prokofiev Sonata In D Gaubert’s classic showpiece was written at his teacher Taffanel’s request as an examination piece for the Paris Conservatoire in 1906 and contrasts with Prokofiev’s lyrical Melodies originally written for voice as songs without words. Prokofiev’s Flute Sonata Op.94 was written in the final years of the war whilst the composer was in Siberia with the Kirov Ballet. The work is full of familiar, neo-classical Prokofiev…

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April 2020

Cushion Concert

April 5, 2020 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Faversham Assembly Rooms, Preston Street
Faversham, ME13 8PG United Kingdom

The Assembly Project Saint-Saëns
 Excerpts From Carnival Of The Animals Poulenc
 Babar The Elephant Ridout Fernando The Bull A relaxed and joyful exploration of music about animals with added narration brings The Assembly Project back to the Faversham Music Club for a diverting hour of entertainment designed for all ages. A special cushion “promenade” area will allow young ones to get up close the performance. Followed by tea and animal themed cakes! Supported by ALL STITCHED UP Ticket Information Full…

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May 2020

Jonatan Baugt & Irena Radić

May 3, 2020 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Faversham Assembly Rooms, Preston Street
Faversham, ME13 8PG United Kingdom

Guitar & Piano Shostakovich Preludes And Fugues Op 20 Ravel Mother Goose Suite The award-winning duo of
Swedish guitarist Jonatan
Bougt and British pianist Irena Radić perform their own arrangements of classic works.
In the midst of political tensions and constant oppression Shostakovich – whose musical voice was being stifled by Stalin and his regime – wrote 24 astonishingly individual,
frivolous and cheeky preludes. While Shostakovich was writing this music that was worlds away from what he was experiencing, Ravel simply loved to escape…

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June 2020

Joanna Krauze

June 7, 2020 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Faversham Assembly Rooms, Preston Street
Faversham, ME13 8PG United Kingdom

Piano Jsbach
 French Suite No. 5 In G Major Bwv 816 Jsbach
 Prelude And Fugue In B Minor Bwv 893 Jsbach
 French Ouverture In B Minor Bwv 831 The 74th season started with an all-Beethoven programme and ends with a recital of Bach by the prize-winning Polish pianist Joanna Krauze. Two explorations of the ‘french’ style and its dance forms (gavottes, gigues and passepieds) much favoured by Bach sandwich the B minor Prelude and Fugue from “the 48”. Ticket Information…

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