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February 2020

William Howard Workshop

8th February at 10:00 - 17:00
The Great Barn, Hellens Manor

An informal workshop day with William Howard, one of Britain’s leading pianists. This workshop day will give students the opportunity to perform on a superb Steinway concert grand, and to receive an informal master class from William Howard, who will offer advice on performance, interpretation, and technique. Pianists at all levels are invited to participate if they have a piece prepared for performance/exam standards. The classes will be divided into three categories, with the masterclasses varying in duration according to…

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William Howard- Piano Recital

9th February at 15:00 - 17:00
The Great Barn, Hellens Manor + Google Map
£16.00

Join us at the start of Hellensmusic Through The Year's new calendar for 2020. The Great Barn at Hellens Manor provides the most beautiful venue for William Howards' recital. William is firmly established as one of Britain’s leading pianists and has enjoyed a distinguished career in solo recitals, concertos and chamber music that has taken him to over forty countries. He performed as a member of the Schubert Ensemble throughout its existence. William Howard’s programme consists of cornerstones of the…

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March 2020

Peter Fisher & Margaret Fingerhut

8th March at 15:00 - 17:00
The Great Barn, Hellens Manor
£16.00

These superb artists, who have distinguished and successful solo careers in their own right, have come together to form a duo whose technical prowess and quality of tone combine to produce performances of vibrancy, beauty and lyricism. Their most varied and imaginative programme spans around 200 years and opens with the famous ‘Spring Sonata’ of Beethoven in the year celebrating the 250th anniversary of the composer’s birth. Beethoven Violin Sonata in F Op.24 ‘Spring’ Clive Jenkins Pastorale and Allegro Debussy…

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The Kinge’s Musicke

31st March at 13:00 - 14:30
Music Room, Hellens Manor, Hellens Manor
Hereford,
FREE

Elizabeth Pallett and students from the Birmingham Conservatoire Early Music Department This concert by musicians from the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire celebrates the Henry VIII Song Book c.1520. This beautiful book is a surviving monument to secular music from the early years of King Henry’s reign. Presenting well-known songs such as ‘Pastime with good company’ and ‘Green groweth the holly’ are three singers from the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire Vocal Department accompanied by the lute. The concert will also feature the recorder…

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June 2020

Coull Quartet

27th June at 16:00 - 18:00
The Great Barn, Hellens Manor
£18.00

This celebratory concert presents the premiere of Derek Smith’s String Quintet alongside two works by Schubert, his delightful Quartettsatz, one of the wonderful cameos of the string quartet repertoire, and his sublime String Quintet, one of the greatest chamber works ever written. The internationally renowned Coull Quartet will be joined by Rowena Calvert, the distinguished former cellist of the Cavaleri String Quartet. Schubert Quartettsatz in C minor D703 Derek Smith String Quintet (première) Schubert String Quintet in C D956 Coull…

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August 2020

Animo, Martin Bills, Eve Loiseau and Wendy Nieper

2nd August at 18:00 - 20:00
The Great Barn, Hellens Manor
£16

Animo (Sarah Waycott - flute, Yanna Zissiadou - piano) Martin Bills - composer Eve Loiseau - voice Wendy Nieper - voice Award winning composer Martin Bills and Animo have teamed up to offer a concert that transcends musical boundaries and eras. Performing Martin's song cycle are the celebrated soprano and jazz singer Wendy Nieper, joined by well-known Edith Piaf interpreter Eve Loiseau and accompanied by Yanna Zissiadou. Animo will be performing their own 'soulful' repertoire and premiere new compositions written…

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September 2020

Mark Bebbington

25th September at 19:30 - 21:30
The Great Barn, Hellens Manor

Join the team of Hellens Manor as we welcome pianist Mark Bebbington in the Great Barn for a solo concert of classical music. This is the opening concert of our English Music Weekend - a series of 3 concerts over one weekend (25 – 27 September 2020) celebrating the works of 20th century and contemporary English composers. This series invites leading soloists and chamber musicians (Mark Bebbington, Coull Quartet, Peter Cigleris), who have championed this repertoire over their distinguished careers, to…

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Coull Quartet and Mark Bebbington – piano

26th September at 19:30 - 21:30
The Great Barn, Hellens Manor
£16.00

The second of three concerts celebrating the works of 20th century and contemporary English composers. This English Music Weekend, promoted in partnership with Espressivo, invites leading soloists and chamber musicians (Mark Bebbington, Coull Quartet, Peter Cigleris), who have championed this repertoire over their distinguished careers, to share their love of it with local audiences, in various chamber music combinations. This concert features the Coull Quartet and pianist Mark Bebbington. Ireland String Quartet No 1 in D minor Ian Venables Piano…

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Peter Cigleris, Nicholas Roberts & Mark Bebbington

27th September at 19:30 - 22:00
The Great Barn, Hellens Manor
£16.00

Featuring Peter Cigleris on clarinet, Nicholas Roberts on cello & Mark Bebbington on piano, this concert is the last in our English Music Weekend bringing together music from some of England’s finest composers of the last 150 years and featuring the première of Derek Smith's trio 'Deadly Sins'. Internationally acknowledged as a champion of British music, in particular, Mark Bebbington has been singled out as a pianist of rare refinement and maturity. Cellist Nicholas Roberts from The Coull Quartet has…

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October 2020

PeatBog Faeries

21st October at 20:15 - 22:00
The Great Barn, Hellens Manor
£21

Hailing from the Isle of Skye, the Peatbog Faeries are the figurehead trailblazers of the Celtic Dance Music renaissance. Drawing upon a dazzling myriad of influences from traditional jigs and reels through jazz, hip hop, reggae and more, they take traditional Scottish music and bring it fresh-faced and breathless into the 21st century. They are Peter Morrison (pipes and whistles), Ross Couper (fiddle), Tom Salter (guitar), Innes Hutton (bass, percussion), Graeme Stafford (keyboards) and Stuart Haikney (drums). '...the ultimate Celtic…

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