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Stile Antico In Paradisum –


Swansongs and memorials by the Renaissance masters


Diamond Anniversary Concert Beethoven


Eroica Variations Liszt


Piano Sonata Op 27 No 2 (Moonlight) Rigoletto Concert Paraphrase


Liszt/Wagner Isolde’s Liebestod Liszt


Hungarian Rhapsody No 6 A fundraising concert to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the founding of the


Canterbury branch of Save the Children. This varied and demanding programme reflects Freddy’s musicianship and flawless technique which has earned him his international reputation. The concert will begin with a short clarinet recital by fifteen year old Eleanor Eden, winner of the Marlowe Young Musician of the Year 2009.


In less than five years this young British ensemble has rocked the early music world with their impeccably tuned harmonies, heartfelt intensity, intelligent dynamics and superb consort sound. Nominations and awards came thick and fast, and this summer they made their Proms debut.


Tonight’s fascinating programme explores the responses of great composers such as Lassus, Gombert, Dufay and Byrd to facing their own mortality, along with celebrated motets by Josquin and Lobo in memory of their illustrious patrons. At its heart is Sheppard’s mighty Media Vita, written for the funeral of the composer Nicholas Ludford.


‘An ensemble of breathtaking freshness, vitality and balance’ (New York Times)


Wednesday 27 October Cathedral Eastern Crypt 7.30pm


Tickets £18 £12 Sponsored by


The Sir John Swire 1989 Charitable Trust Friday 29 October


Shirley Hall, The King’s School 7pm Tickets £18 (Children under 14 free)


La Bohème A new translation by Robin Norton-Hale


In OperaUpClose’s take on Puccini’s masterpiece, La Bohème is transported to the gritty realism of present day Britain. In an intimate staging the talented young cast tell the story of impossible young love, heartbreak and regret.


OperaUpClose are dedicated to presenting new, difficult and classic operas in intimate spaces using young world-class trained singers and directors.


‘A madly brilliant reimagining... youth only adds to the emotional punch of Norton-Hale’s staging.’ (The Times)


Saturday 30 October Gulbenkian Theatre 7.45pm


Tickets £18 (Students £12) 07


Freddy Kempf Piano


Festival Box Office: 01227 787787 | www.canterburyfestival.co.uk


CLASSICAL MUSIC


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