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Sunday 8th October6pm
CHORAL EVENSONG TO MARK THE CENTENARY OF OSCAR ROMERO
Led by Revd Tim Norwood, with the Choir of the City Church, directed by Adrian Boynton

Saturday 14th October11.30am
JOHN MACDOMNIC (trumpet)
ADRIAN BOYNTON (organ/piano)


VIVIANI:Sonata Prima
HANSEN:Sonata for Trumpet and Piano
MENDELSSOHN:Andante and Fugue in C 
ARATUNIAN:Trumpet Concerto
MOSKOWSKI:Spanish Dances
PIAZZOLLA:Oblivion and Libertango
PUCCINI:Aria from Turandot
BAKER:Virtuosity
An exhilarating musical journey around the world with virtuoso trumpet soloist John MacDomnic and organist/pianist Adrian Boynton.
Admission by programme at the door £8 (conc £7.50)

Monday 16th October7.30pm
MUSICAL MILESTONESThe American Tradition
SAMUEL BARBER & WILLIAM SCHUMAN
A talk illustrated with find CD recordings by Adrian Boynton
Join us to celebrate the life and works of two of the greatest American composers of the Twentieth Century. Barber’s legacy include the famous Adagio for Strings, Piano Concerto, the opera Vanessa and the beautiful setting for soprano and orchestra ‘Knoxville, Summe rob 1915’. Schuman left overture, ballet scores and a procession of glorious symphonies.
Admission (at the door) £5

Thursday 26th October7.30pm
EXPLORING MUSIC CLASSICAL MASTERS
HAYDN (i)Keyboard and Chamber Music
A talk illustrated with fine CD recordings by Adrian Boynton
Towards the end of his 30 years in the relative seclusion of the Esterhazy household, Haydn is said to have remarked: “There was no one near to confuse me, so I was forced to become original.” His vast output of music is notable for the number of delights and surprises contained in almost every work. He exploited the capabilities of instruments and voices to the full, and every genre in which he worked he enlarged, extended and re-shaped. In the first of three Haydn evenings, we focus on the magnificent legacy of 83 string quartets, covering a period of more than 40 years. These contain some of his most striking and original ideas. We also extract the pearls from 32 piano trios, 126 baryton trios, 52 piano sonatas and 32 pieces for mechanical clock!
Admission (at the door) £5