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Saturday 6 October          11.30am

JOHN MACDOMNIC (trumpets)


ADRIAN BOYNTON (piano/organ)

CLARKE:Suite in D
MARCELLO:Concerto in C minor
BOZZA:Lied and Badinage
CHOPIN:Waltz in A flat
HUMMEL:Trumpet Concerto
HOHNE:Slavische Fantasy
RACHMANINOV:Polichinelle
ARBAN:Variations on ‘Carnival of Venice’
A wonderfully eclectic and absorbing programme of ‘classics’ for trumpet, organ and piano. The twenty year musical partnership of John MacDomnic and Adrian Boynton has taken the duo all over the UK, but they love returning to perform on ‘home territory’ at MK City Church. Come and enjoy this musical treat.
Admission £10 (conc £9.50, child £1) at the door


Sunday 14 October6pm
CHORAL EVENSONG CELEBRATION SPECIAL
The Choir of the City Church, directed by Adrian Boynton
Led by Revd Wendy Carey
A special St Lukestide service celebrating the 70th Anniversary of the NHS. Featuring glorious repertoire from the 17th Century to the present day. All welcome.  Freewill offering.


Monday 15 October7.15pm
Musical MilestonesThe Legacy of Gustav Holst:i)Early Years
A talk illustrated with fine CD recordings by Adrian Boynton
Gustav Holst is central to the revival of English music at the beginning of the Twentieth Century. Tonight we enjoy important works of the early years, including ‘The Mystic Trumpeter’ for soprano and orchestra, ‘Somerset Rhapsody’, the fine choral ode ‘The Cloud Messanger’, the outstanding ‘St Paul’s Suite’ for strings and the orchestral epic of World War 1 ‘The Planets’.
Admission £5 (student £1) at the door


Thursday 25 October7.15pm
Exploring MusicThe genius of Schubert:i)The early years
By the age of 20 Schubert had completed five symphonies, eleven string quartets, nine piano sonatas and over 200 songs, including great settings such as ‘Gretchen’, ‘Erlkönig’, ‘An die Music’ and ‘Die Forelle’.
Admission £5 (student £1) at the door