BUCKDEN'S LIVING STONES APPEAL

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Help us with important
conservation and modernisation work at
St Mary's including new Community Rooms

Waste Recycling Group      Wren

St Mary’s Church Music Festival 2010

(in aid of Buckden's Living Stones Appeal)



May 8    ‘Music we love and that we think you will enjoy’

Sung by Karen Hébert & Gerry Consoli
Accompanied by Ralph Woodward
Musical Director Fairhaven singers

It will be a welcome return as both sang at Sounds Spectacular and also with the Fairhaven Singers.

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May 21   Stageworks Performing Arts

‘Musicals in the Aisles’ – another fantastic evening from our own Buckden based Performing Arts group – an evening not to miss!

June 19   Tapestry Choir

“‘Tapestry is a mixed voice a-cappella chamber choir of twelve singers based in Cambridgeshire. ‘Our name comes from the interweaving of voices to form a colourful whole, a "Tapestry" of sound created by vocal threads.’

June 26   Kenderdine Ensemble, Pembroke College, Cambridge
The ensemble is a chamber group of singers and players who perform baroque classics. They have recently recorded J.S. Bach's cantata 'Ich habe genug' and Handel's Ode on the Birthday of
Queen Anne.

July 17   David Humphreys - Organ Recital

David is the Assistant Director of Music & Arts Coordinator at St Edmundsbury Cathedral, where he also directs the Cathedral's ladies choir. He has accompanied and directed the cathedral choirs live on BBC Radio 3 and on two European tours, and played for the Queen at the 2009 Office for the Royal Maundy.

July 24   Granta Chorale – ‘Songs of the Countryside’

By Britten, Vaughan Williams and Alan Bullard. Including ‘Time Becomes a Song’ four choral settings of John Clare’s poems by Janet Wheeler. Granta Chorale was formed in 2007 and is a chamber choir of about 24 singers based around East Anglia.

September 3   Jazz with Ally and Sam

Back again by popular request. Another evening of music and song! Rev Ally Barrett is Vicar of Buckden St Mary’s and her husband, Sam, plays the organ and piano. A wonderful husband and wife act!

September 25   ‘Buckden Festival Strings’

A new chamber orchestra conducted by local musician Ian Bradley
‘A musical journey’ from original music of the 17th century to some modern music inspired by the early masters….with stops along the way to enjoy the scenery!

All concerts start at 7.30pm.
Tickets £10 (£8 concessions)
Season ticket for all concerts - £50


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