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Sunday 28th February : The Canteloube Trio perform the Wind Trio the "Suite of Sweets" Opus 115 at the Royal Academy of Music, David Josefowitz Hall, Marylebone Road, London, NW1 5HT, 5.00pm. This is part of the celebrated "Music Past & Present" Concert Series. Tickets are £10.00, available on the door.
Wednesday 10th March, 7.45pm Katherine Jenkinson (violoncello) and Alison Farr (pianoforte) premiere the "Cantico" opus 113 for the Kelly College Concert Society, Melvin Hall, Tavistock, Devon 7.45pm
Saturday 10th April
28th April Premiere of Tavistock Festival Commission "The Blackingstone Ravens", Opus 128 with words by Prof. Liam Snow. Performance by massed West Devon choirs. The picture shows a bronze relief of a raven in Moretonhampstead. Tavistock Parish Church, 7.00pm.
Andrew will also be giving this year's Russell Lecture, connecting his work with this year's festival theme: "Wild and Wondrous"
Saturday 1st May
Saturday 8th May
World premiere of the song cycle to words by Thomas Hardy: "Fiddlers Three" by the American tenor Christopher Aaron Smith at the Church of St John the Evangelist, Bowdoin Street, Boston, Massachusetts. Christopher will also be including "R.I.P" in his programme.
Thursday December 2nd: Premiere of "God Bless Your House this Holy Night" Op.107, Eleanor Farjeon's "Christmas Carol". It will be sung by the Kelly College Junior Choir, conducted by Maria Collier at the St. Luke's Hospice "Light up a Life" service in Tavistock Parish Church at 7.00.
Saturday December 11th: Premiere of the advent motet, "Creator Alme Siderum" Op.142, by CANTATURI, Wallfahrtskirche,Maria Ulm, Austria. 8.00pm
Sunday December 12th:Premiere of Trumpet Sonata Opus 104 by Victoria Curran and Clive Matthews for the Worcester Concert Club, Countess of Huntingdon Hall, Worcester, 3.00pm