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10/11 Wednesday 9th May


Academy Baroque Ensemble


12.00noon Hatchlands Park, East Clandon, Guildford GU4 7RT Tickets £14 from the Cobbe Collection, telephone 01483 211474 or visit www.cobbecollection.co.uk


Lisa Beznosiuk director and harpsichord


Lully Suite from Le bourgeois gentilhomme Trad. arr. Jacques Hotteterre Airs and Brunettes Couperin Apotheosis of Lully Lully Entrée and Chaconne from Le Triomphe de l’amour


Thursday 10th May Piano Masterclass


6.30–9.30pm Duke’s Hall Free, no tickets required


With Richard Goode, renowned American pianist and Co-artistic Director of the Marlboro Music School and Festival in Vermont, USA. This masterclass is endowed as a Susanne Skelton Piano Masterclass.


Friday 11th May Academy Concert Orchestra 1.05pm see page 12.


Thursday 10th May


1894: Fauré’s Annus Mirabilis


6.00pm Concert Room Free, no tickets required


This evening of piano music and song focuses on Gabriel Fauré’s richest single compositional year, 1894. With Emily Kilpatrick, Academy vocal students showcase manuscript and other source discoveries in the great song cycle La bonne chanson, while Roy Howat explores three magnificent piano pieces, the Barcarolle no.5, Valse-Caprice no.4 and Nocturne no.6. This event is supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.


Friday 11th May Academy Cello Ensemble


6.00pm Duke’s Hall Free, no tickets required


Repertoire to include: Piazzolla arr. James Barralet Four Seasons Poulenc transc. Jo Cole Salút, Dames Saint from Quatre petites prières de Saint François d’Assise, op.142 Kaiser-Lindemann Bossa Nova Philharmonica


This is the inaugural concert of the Academy Cello Ensemble. Under the guidance of cello professors Josephine Knight and Felix Schmidt, Academy students present a programme of works demonstrating the surprising versatility and richness of the intriguing sound world of the cello ensemble.


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