Music for a Late Summer Evening

Concert –  Friday 25th September 7.30pm
A special treat of music sponsored by Ron Ingamells in memory of his wife Janet in aid of St. Mary’s Church and the MSA (Multiple System Atrophy) Trust
Cambridge Chamber ensemble return to St. Mary’s church Buckden together with David Humphries (Organ) in a concert of varied music including music by Handel and Vivaldi, Schubert, Paganini and Elgar.
Stephen Foster (Violin)  the founder and director of the Cambridge Chamber Ensemble played in the National Youth Orchestra and freelanced with the Royal Philharmonic.
Nigel Blomiley (cello) was the principal cello in the BBC Concert Orchestra. For many years he taught at Chethams and th Purcell School and worked as coach to the National Youth Orchestra of Wales.
Jill Moreton (key board) studied at the Guildhall School of Music and was awarded the prestigious Concert Recital diploma (Premier Prix). She has performed in all the major UK concert halls including the Royal Albert Hall. She is currently Head of Music at the Perse Upper School, Cambridge.
Organ music will be played by David Humphries the Assistant Director of Music at Peterborough Cathedral. Previously he held a similar role at St. Edmundsbury Cathedral. Increasingly in demand as a recitalist playing recently in Westminster and St. Paul’s Cathedrals. A recent solo CD was released earlier this year. Gramophone hailed it as ‘a disc full of delights’. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Music.  He has made many appearances on BBC radio and television.
Tickets £10 (Concessions £8) : complimentary interval wine
from Box Office 01480 812777, Costcutters ( Buckden) or  Que Sera (Buckden)

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