Sunday, January 15, 2017

Spring Concert 2017

Winds in Time 4
Great Music from Great Composers
The fourth and last in our series of concerts exploring the history of Wind Band music from its beginnings in the 19th century to the present day
This concert includes music from 2000 - 2017

St Mary's Church Thatcham
Saturday 11th March, 7.30pm

Tickets £10 in advance, or £12 on the door, U18s £2
Buy tickets from Orchestra members, Lily's Boutique in Thatcham, or email Gay Spackman
 email: awaw52@dsl.pipex.com

This is the final concert in our series exploring music written for Wind Band, bringing us from 2000 to the present day. It includes three pieces that were commissioned by Beenham Wind Orchestra, the first, in 2002, by local musician and composer Torbjorn Hultmark, the second, in 2010, by young composer Lloyd Coleman and the third by Thomas Gibbs who wrote his piece, Chorales, in 2016 for our Conductor, Robert Roscoe, as a gift for his 70th Birthday. We will also be playing pieces by renown American composers Richard Saucedo, Samuel Hazo and Eric Whitacre, whose work 'Cloudburst' requires some audience participation, and a suite for Wind Band by the British composer Daniel Basford.

This concert is dedicated to the memory of Ian Hulin who was a member of our flute section from 2001 until his death in 2015. He made several arrangements for Beenham Wind Orchestra and we will be playing two movements from his arrangement of Monteverdi's Vespers 1610. 

1 comment:

Krish Banzet said...

I love the space here. I attended an amazing event here and I ate more than I should. I had bread pudding, apple crisp, waffles and strawberries and cream. The event space San Francisco is very large and good size without being overwhelming, also there's tons of bar space too to order drinks.