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22/23 Thursday 14th June


Academy Song Circle at Kings Place 7.30pm


Hall One, Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9AG Tickets £16.50, £12.50; Saver Seats £9.50 from Kings Place, www.kingsplace.co.uk Tickets also available by telephone 020 7520 1490, for an additional £2 each


Sónia Grané soprano Sarah Shorter mezzo-soprano Stuart Jackson tenor Gareth John baritone David Shipley bass Mark Austin and Matthew Fletcher piano


The Academy Song Circle presents a programme of Brahms Lieder, arranged chronologically from the early ‘Juchhe!’ (1852) to three of the late Deutsche Volkslieder (1894), enabling us to follow Brahms’s development as a song-writer. The recital contains many of Brahms’s best-loved songs, and includes Lieder to texts by Goethe, Heine, Hölty, Mörike, Rückert and Storm.


Friday 15th June


Chamber Music Masterpieces at Kings Place 7.30pm


Hall One, Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9AG Tickets as for 14th June


Castalian Quartet Maxwell Welford clarinet Academy students


Mozart Clarinet Quintet in A, K.581 Schubert Octet in F, D.803


The award-winning Castalian Quartet and Academy students perform well-loved chamber works, displaying the rich beauty of the chamber genre. Maxwell Welford demonstrates the wistful qualities of the clarinet in Mozart’s ever-popular Clarinet Quintet.


Saturday 16th June


The Grand English Baroque at Kings Place 7.30pm


Hall One, Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9AG Tickets as for 14th June


Laurence Cummings director Rhiannon Llewellyn soprano Sarah Shorter mezzo-soprano


Purcell Symphony from Act IV of The Fairy Queen Handel Scoglio d’immota fronte from Scipione, HWV20 Arne Rule Britannia Handel Concerto Grosso in A, op.6 no.11, HWV 329 Stanley Concerto for Strings in B minor, op.2 no.2 Handel Per la porte del tormente from Sosarme, HWV30 Boyce Symphony no.5 in D


From the majestic sweep of Purcell’s Fairy Queen to Boyce’s stately grandeur, this programme explores one of London’s finest and most vivid periods of music-making. We celebrate the tercentenary of John Stanley’s birth with a concerto and a rousing rendition of Thomas Arne’s Rule Britannia.


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