Concerts

 

 Sunday 24th November 2019 3.00pm The Guildhall, Boston

Grieg Two Nordic Melodies

Grieg Holberg Suite

    Beethoven Cavatina (Quartet op 130)

Britten Simple Symphony

The Nordic first part of this concert presents familiar and well loved works by Grieg. Ending with Britten’s youthful Simple Symphony and Beethoven’s Cavatina, one of his most profound movements, a foretaste of 2020’s Beethoven celebrations. Beethoven reportedly said he was in tears as he wrote this work!     

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Saturday 28th March 2020 7.30pm St Mary's Church, Frampton

Beethoven's 250th Anniversary

Beethoven Leonora Overture No 1

Beethoven Two Romances for Violin and Orchestra

Beethoven Egmont Overture

Beethoven Symphony No 7

Violin Soloist Anne Dales 

The year 2020 marks the 250th anniversary of the birth of Ludwig van Beethoven, one of the world’s greatest ever composers. In this concert we present some of Beethoven’s crowning achievements including the symphony which was his own personal favourite.   

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Saturday 20th June 2020 7.30pm St Botolph's Church, Boston

Berlioz Overture Les Francs Juges

Lalo Piano Concerto 

Saint-Saëns Symphony No 3 "Organ"

Piano Soloist Haruko Seki

An all French programme ending with Saint-Saëns tumultuous Organ Symphony, marking the orchestra’s return to Boston Stump after recent renovation work. Lalo’s Piano Concerto may at first seem unfamiliar but was used as the music for the movie “Lawrence of Arabia” and so will be familiar to most. We welcome to Boston the Japanese pianist Haruko Seki, who appears with the orchestra for the first time in this wonderful French concerto.   

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Saturday 11th July 2020 7.30pm St Mary's Church, Horncastle

 This concert is organised in conjunction with the Sir Joseph Banks Society to mark the bicentenary of the influential naturalist's death

Beethoven Leonora Overture No 1

Beethoven Two Romances for Violin and Orchestra

Beethoven Egmont Overture

Beethoven Symphony No 7

Violin Soloist Anne Dales 

The year 2020 marks the 250th anniversary of the birth of Ludwig van Beethoven, one of the world’s greatest ever composers. In this concert we present some of Beethoven’s crowning achievements including the symphony which was his own personal favourite.