Concert Diary October 2018

Sunday 7th at 6pm
St Giles’ at Six
Organ Recital
Gary Sieling
Buxtehude
Passacaglia in D minor
J.S.Bach Passacaglia in C minor BWV 582
Dyson Ground Bass
Murrill Postlude on a Ground; Sarabande; Carillon
Vann Sarabande for a Wake
Joubert Recessional
Leighton Prelude, Scherzo and Passacaglia

Friday 12th at 12.15pm
Lunchtime Concert
Thomas Kaurich – Piano

Saturday 13th at 12.15pm
Lunchtime Concert
Adrian Lord – Piano

Saturday 13th at 5.30pm
Sounds on Saturday
French Organ Classics
Michael Harris

Dubois Fiat lux
De Grigny Pange lingua
Saint-Saëns Prelude and Fugue in G
Dupré Suite Bretonne
Vierne Symphonie I
Admission by programme £5 at door

Sunday 14th at 6pm
St Giles’ at Six
Barbara Jones Mezzo-Soprano
Mark McLeod Tenor
Madeleine Sjöstrand Piano
Rodrigo Cuatro Madrigales Amatorios
Tosti Salon songs
English songs by Gurney, Quilter and Vaughan Williams
Folk Songs from the British Isles

Saturday 20th at 12.15pm
Lunchtime Concert
Hymers College Junior School Choir, Hull

Saturday 20th at 5.30pm
Sounds on Saturday
Organ Classics

Jordan English
J.S.Bach
Prelude and Fugue in C minor BWV 546
Reger Melodia
Franck Fantaisie in A major
Karg-Elert Clair de Lune
Howells Rhapsody No.3
Admission by programme £5 at door

Sunday 21st at 6pm
St Giles’ at Six
Philomusica of Edinburgh
Philomusica goes to the Movies

Classic movie themes from 1937 (Snow White) to 2013 (Frozen). Including Lord of the Rings, Pirates of the Caribbean and James Bond.

Thursday 25th at 12.15pm
Lunchtime Concert
Fuschia Phlox & Emma Russell
Guitar, Piano and Vocals

Saturday 27th at 12.15pm
Lunchtime Concert
Coral de Bilbao

Saturday 27th at 5.30pm
Sounds on Saturday
Inspired Organ

Michael Harris
Mendelssohn
Sonata No 1
Hesse Variations über ein Original-Thema Walther Concerto del Signor Taglietti
J.S.Bach Sonata VI in G BWV 530
J.S.Bach Prelude and Fugue in E minor BWV 548
Admission by programme £5 at door

Sunday 28th at 6pm
St Giles’ at Six
Debora Ruiz-Kordova
Mezzo Soprano
Ian Sutherland Piano
A programme of song from Liszt to Lehár, including music by Barber, Donizetti, Charles Ives and Kurt Weill.

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