Friday 14 July

Friday 14 July

 

Lunchtime Recital Series

Friday 14 July, 1.00pm

St Lawrence’s Church

Tickets: £7 (£5 students)

Chris McKay horn
Roger Owens piano
Esa-Pekka Salonen Horn Music 1

Karl-Erik Welin Poème

Larsson Concertino 

Born in Winchester, Chris started his orchestral playing in Winchester Youth Orchestra and Hampshire County Youth Orchestra, after which he attended the Royal College of Music, firstly in the Junior Department and then on the Bachelor degree course, where he was a foundation scholar. He is currently studying for his Masters in Orchestral Performance at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden.

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Supported by The Friends of Music in Winchester

The piano for the lunchtime series is kindly loaned by
Triangle Pianos Ltd. of Southampton

Tristram Hunt

Ten Cities that Made an Empire

Friday 14 July, 6.00pm

Theatre Royal

Tickets: £14 from Theatre Royal box office

Since the return of Hong Kong to China in 1997 and the end days of Empire, Britain’s colonial past has been the subject of passionate debate; Tristram Hunt presents a new approach to Britain’s imperial past through the cities that epitomised it. From the pioneers of early America to the builders of modern India, Hunt follows the processes of exchange and adaptation that collectively moulded the colonial experience and which transformed the culture, economy and identity of the British Isles.

Director of the Victoria and Albert Museum, Tristram Hunt is a British historian, broadcast journalist and former Labour Party politician.

Tickets from Theatre Royal Box Office

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Sun, Moon and Stars

Friday 14 July, 8.00pm

St Cross Church

Tickets: £16

Southern Voices

Katherine Dienes-Williams conductor

SOUTHERN VOICES
KATHERINE DIENES-WILLIAMS
John Tavener The Eternal Sun
Marianne Reidarsdottir Sol Lokk
Eric Whitacre Water Night
David Hamilton The Moon is Silently Singing
Erik Esenvalds Evening

A firm favourite at the Festival, as well as across the region, Southern Voices bring a typically fresh programme to their appearance in St Cross. Drawing on a wide spectrum of composers from around the world, especially some of the exciting modern Baltic choral masters, the choir invite us to immerse ourselves in worlds beyond the Earth.

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