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Imogen Whitehead (trumpet) & Oliver Hancock (organ) – Monday 6 May

May 6th at 11:00am

Free

Dvořák   Song to the Moon from Rusalka
Eben   Okna
Smetana   Vltava from Má vlast
Hummel   Trumpet Concerto in E flat

 

One of the big successes in the Warwick & Leamington Midsummer Music Festival after lockdown in 2021 was a recital at Holy Trinity Church when Imogen Whitehead played Haydn’s Trumpet Concerto.

Johann Nepomuk Hummel was born in what is now the capital of Slovakia, Bratislava, and he succeeded Haydn at the Court of Esterhazy in 1804 – a year after he completed his Trumpet Concerto. Petr Eben’s major work, Okna, was inspired by the glass windows created by the painter Marc Chagall.

Imogen again teams up with Oliver Hancock, Director of Music at St Mary’s Church in Warwick.

Tea, coffee and cake on sale from 10.30am and straight after the recital.

Generously supported by the Friends of All Saints Music

Free entry | Retiring collection

Details

Date:
May 6th
Time:
11:00am
Cost:
Free
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Venue

All Saints Church, LEAMINGTON
Priory Terrace
Leamington Spa, CV31 1AA
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Friday 3 May, 12 noon Martin Kasík
Friday 3 May, 7pm Guarneri Piano Trio
Saturday 4 May, 11am Kukal String Quartet
Saturday 4 May, 3.30pm Talk - Dvořák in Britain
Saturday 4 May, 7pm Martinů Quartet / Vilém Veverka / Martin Kasík
Sunday 5 May, 12 noon Simon Wallfisch & Iain Farrington
Sunday 5 May, 2.30pm Warwickshire Music
Sunday 5 May, 3pm Talk - The Low-Beer Story
Sunday 5 May, 7pm Martinů Quartet / Vilém Veverka / Martin Kasík
Monday 6 May, 12.30pm Ben Goldscheider & Richard Uttley
Monday 6 May, 7pm Martinů Quartet / Simon Wallfisch/ Gemma Rosefield

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Free entry , Retiring collection