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Centenary Concert

On Saturday 6th June, at 7.30pm, at St Columba's we are giving a concert of music and poetry to celebrate our centenary.
Tickets are £12 (£10 concessions) on the door and all profit will go towards our centenary fund.  We are delighted to be welcoming professional Soprano Olivia Clarke back for this concert and look forward to many contributions from friends and members of the congregation.


Olivia Clarke (soprano)  Paul Page (piano)Olivia Clarke
Romance and song: Einst träumte meiner sel'gen Base from Der Freischütz
                                                                                   Carl Maria von Weber

Victoria Paulding (trumpet)  Paul Page (piano)
Share my yoke                                                                                 Joy Web

Veronica Taylor (poetry reading)
The bells from Magdalen tower
Blame the vicar
                                                                    John Betjeman

Katherine & Ian Haigh (violin)
Concerto for 2 violins                                                                   J. S. Bach

James Carey (baritone)  Fleur Snow (piano)
Love bade me welcome’ from Five Mystical Songs
                                                                               Ralph Vaughan-Williams

Paul Page (piano)
Intermezzo, opus.118 no.2                                               Johannes Brahms

Henrike Lähnemann (horn)  Hugh Mackay (piano)
Rondo from Horn Concerto no. 4                        Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Brasenose College Quad-tet
    Dick van Setten (tenor)  James Wills (lead)
    James Carey
(baritone)  Fergal O’Dwyer (bass)
Their hearts were full of Spring                                               Bobby Troup
True colours                                                             Steinberg arr. Cadence

        - Interval (during which wine and fruit juice will be served) - 

Sharon Leech (piano)
Nocturne, op.55 no.1                                                          Frederic Chopin
Milonga del Angel                                                                 Astor Piazzolla

Darcy Herring-Johnson (violin)  Kirsten Johnson (piano)
Gavotte                                                                                        J. S. Bach

Siân Jones (poetry reading)  Hugh Mackay (piano)
God’s family                                                                                Siân Jones

Hugh Mackay  (piano)
Menuet from Le tombeau de Couperin                                   Maurice Ravel

Joanna Herring-Johnson (soprano)  Kirsten Johnson (piano)
All I ever needed                                                                     A.J. Michalka

Jonathan Herring (poetry reading)
Jim, who ran away from his nurse and was eaten by a lion
George, who played with a dangerous toy and suffered a catastrophe of considerable proportions          
                                                                                                Hilaire Belloc

Olivia Clarke (soprano)  Paul Page (piano)
Adelaide’s aria “It’s my wedding” from The Enchanted Pig
                                                                                             Jonathan Dove