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KEEPING YOU IN TOUCH - YOUR FREE MONTHLY NEWSPAPER DELIVERED DOOR-TO-DOOR FOR 32 YEARS MUSIC SOCIETY KESWICK


Keswick Music Society’s season of nine concerts gets off to a cracking start on Sunday 29th September, with a concert by the European Union Chamber Orchestra. Directed by their Leader Alessandro Ruisi, they play music by Grieg, Bartok, Britten and Faure, with George Todica as the soloist in Mozart’s piano concerto K.414 in A.


Following this, on Sunday 20th October, the fabulous young pianist Lara Melda, who won the BBC Young Musician competition in 2010, gives a concert of Russian piano music, including works by Chopin, Rachmaninov and Prokofiev.


This season, Keswick Music Society have put together a real variety of concerts. Highlights include the enchanting harp, viola and flute trio the Pelleas Ensemble in November and two other young prize- winning pianists: in January, Ashley Fripp is accompanying exciting saxophonist Jonathan Radcliffe, and the season ends with pianist Alyosha Jurinic from Croatia, who was a finalist in the prestigious Leeds International piano competition last year. As well as other more traditional chamber music concerts, in December, there’s the unique and amazing all-woman guitar ensemble Gitarissimma of Vienna and in February Tim Kliphuis with his group perform a jazz/classical crossover programme – think Stephane Grappelli meets Duke Ellington via Vivaldi’s Four Seasons.


All the concerts are at 7.30pm on Sunday evenings at the Theatre by the Lake, Keswick and approximately half the seats are available for every concert through box office ticket sales: the other half are allocated to subscribers. This annual membership entitles subscribers to the same reserved seat at all concerts in the season and a big discount on buying the tickets individually. Subscription tickets are still available from Elaine Moor on 01900 85967 and tickets for individual concerts from the Theatre by the Lake Box Office on 017687 74411.


www.keswick-music-society.org www.theatrebythelake.com


STUNNING CALENDAR RAISES MONEY FOR LOCAL WILDLIFE


A calendar featuring photographs of wildlife from around Cumbria is now available to buy and all the proceeds to go local wildlife charity Cumbria Wildlife Trust.


The 2020 calendar has been compiled by staff and volunteers at Cumbria Wildlife Trust following a competition asking for entries for the best nature pictures. The top 12, were selected by a panel and the overall winner was selected by Cumbria Wildlife Trust members.


The overall winning photograph features geese flying above Crummock Water taken by Rosamund Macfarlane from Loweswater. Second prize was won by Peter Boardman from Brough, with his photograph of banded demoiselle dragonflies and third prize by Mark Conway from Windermere, for his photograph of a tawny owl.


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The overall winner received a £100 voucher for camera equipment. Second place received a £50 voucher and third place received a £25 voucher.


Cumbria Wildlife Trust’s 2020 Calendar can be purchased from their online shop for £7.99.


www.cumbriawildlifetrust.org.uk/shop Rose Welshman


INFO@COCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK ISSUE 435 | 19 SEPTEMBER 2019 | 46


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