JAM on the Marsh Archive

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2021 Festival concerts

Saturday 10th July
7.30pm
Canterbury Cathedral Choir
Elizabeth Bass (harp) • Simon Hogan (organ) • Owen Gunnell (percussion) • David Newsholme (conductor)
Bernstein: Chichester Psalms
Benjamin Britten: Festival Te Deum
Jonathan Dove: Missa Brevis
Judith Weir: Lord bade me welcome
Sir William Henry Harris: Faire is the heaven
Sunday 11th July
7.00pm
Chamber Music from WWI and WWII
Anna Tilbrook (piano) • Michael Collins (clarinet) • Simon Blendis (violin) • Harriett MacKenzie (violin) • Sally Pendlebury (cello)
ElgarPiano Quintet in A minor, Op.84
MessiaenQuartet for the End of Time
Tuesday 13th July
7.30pm
Organ and Brass
Francesca Massey (organ) • Onyx Brass
Eugène GigoutGrand Choeur Dialogué
Judith WeirWild Mossy Mountains
Charlotte HardingsRhombus
Francis PottEmpyrean
Malcom ArnoldBrass Quintet No.1, Op.73
Maurice DurufléChoral varié sur le Veni Creator, Op.4
Rory BoyleTallis’ Light (commissioned by JAM in 2011) – conducted by John Frederick Hudson
Saturday 17th July
8.00pm
Mealor conducts Mealor and Dove
Caritas Choir • Onyx Brass • Simon Hogan (organ)
Jonathan Dove: The Far Theatricals of Day
Paul Mealor: Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal
Jack Oades: 
Between the stormclouds and the sea (World premiere 2021)
Sunday 18th July
3.00pm
That Latin Temperament
Michal Rogalski (oboe) • Fábio Fernandes (guitar)
Argentinian and Brazilian music juxtaposing rhythms of bossa nova, including songs and tangos by Piazzolla, Machado and Villa-Lobos