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Oundle Gilbert & Sullivan, Pirates of Penzance

Oundle Gilbert & Sullivan, Pirates of Penzance

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Friday 28 Feb 20207:30pm Book Now (Tickets Available on the Door)
Saturday 29 Feb 20207:30pm Book Now (Tickets Available on the Door)

Oundle Gilbert & Sullivan Players present


Pirates of Penzance


Every night for one week

24th February till 29th February 2020


Start 7:30pm


Queen Victoria Hall, Oundle

7 West Street, PE8 4EJ


Tickets:

Monday 24th Feb - general £10 - This show is a preview.

The rest of the week - general £14


There is wheelchair access.



Pirates galore on a Cornish shore

Young maidens, each one a true beauty

A troubled young man, with a dangerous plan,

will he be a Slave of Duty?


A Major General, modern but troubled

Bumbling police with timidity doubled

Love and happiness is put in doubt

How will this story all work out?


Come and enjoy this ever-popular and highly comical musical entertainment, brought to you by our very talented team - both on-stage and behind the scenes!


For more information visit our website, www.oundlegands.org


Sponsored by Woodford & Co., property consultants & auctioneers, Oundle.


OWL Talks: De-cluttering, a modern cure for a modern "illness"

OWL Talks: De-cluttering, a modern cure for a modern "illness"

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Thursday 5 Mar 20207:30pm Book Now

OWL Talks present


De-cluttering, a modern cure for a modern "illness"


Thursday, 5th March


Doors & bar open at 7pm, talk starts at 7:30pm


Queen Victoria Hall, Oundle

West Street, PE8 4EJ


The event is free to attend, doors & bar open at 7pm but please reserve your seat in advance. There are no physical tickets but your name will added to the reservation list.


Do have too much stuff in your life?  Do you hang onto items for those ‘just in case’ situations? Clutter is a modern ‘illness’ which cannot be cured until we accept how it is affecting our well-being, our home life and the environment. Professional declutter and home organiser, Conchetta Laquintana, will prove the truth in the saying ‘less is more’.                                  


This event is one of a series called the OWL talks - part of the Oundle Waste Less project organised by Transition Oundle - which aim to promote discussions about current thinking around the shift towards lower carbon and more 'eco' lifestyles. Topics covered include carbon offsetting, sustainable fashion, Incredible Edible Todmorden, Closing The Loop (the circular economy) with more events in the pipeline for 2020.  


Supported by Nene Living, Village Connect and Transition Oundle. Funded by National Lottery Fund and East Northamptonshire Resource Management Fund.


Johann Sebastian Bach, St John Passion

Johann Sebastian Bach, St John Passion

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Monday 23 Mar 20207:45pm Book Now

Oundle School Music Department presents


Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750)


St John Passion


Monday 23 March


Venue: Oundle School Chapel


Performance: 7.45pm


Tickets: £8, free for all children under 18


From 1723 until his death, Bach was employed as Kantor at the Thomasschule in Leipzig. It was a prestigious but demanding post, requiring him to teach at the school, play the organ, train the choir and compose for the city’s two principal Lutheran churches, Thomaskirche and Nikolaikirche, as well as supervising and training the musicians at two others. Despite this heavy workload and frequent disputes with his employers, Bach composed some of his greatest music during this period. His choral compositions alone include such enduring masterpieces as the Mass in B Minor, Magnificat, Christmas Oratorio and the St John and St Matthew Passions. The St John Passion was first performed in Leipzig on Bach’s first Good Friday there, 7 April 1724, and was performed four times in the composer’s lifetime, each time with substantial alterations as Bach, as ever, strove for perfection.


For the first time in many years, the choral and instrumental forces of our entire community unite for what will surely be a magnificent performance. Conducted by Director of Music Quentin Thomas, and featuring an incredible Evangelist and our new Head of Singing, Nicholas Warden in the role of Jesus, the production offers our pupils the chance to be part of something incredible.

The OWL Talks: Lucy Siegle: The Era of the Generous Wardrobe

The OWL Talks: Lucy Siegle: The Era of the Generous Wardrobe

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Wednesday 25 Mar 20207:30pm Book Now

Transition Oundle presents


The OWL Talks


Lucy Siegle: The Era of the Generous Wardrobe


Wednesday, 25th March


Doors & bar open at 7pm, talk starts at 7:30pm


Oundle School Great Hall

New Street, PE8 4GH


Tickets: Adults £10 / U19 £5


Guardian journalist & BBC presenter Lucy Siegle has constantly pushed for a green, clean fashion culture. Following on from her book To Die For: is fashion wearing out the world?, documentary The True Cost and her #30wears rule, she now invites you to experience The Generous Wardrobe, a system of dressing and self expression based on earth logic, innovation, regenerative fibres and above all, generosity of spirit.


It is time, she says, to put fast fashion in the bin and rescue our fashion souls. Are you ready?  *** audience members are invited to wear (or bring) a piece of clothing they love and share the story of its longevity.   


This event is one of a series called the OWL talks - part of the Oundle Waste Less project organised by Transition Oundle - which aim to promote discussions about current thinking around the shift towards lower carbon and more 'eco' lifestyles. Topics covered include decluttering, carbon offsetting, Incredible Edible Todmorden, Closing The Loop (the circular economy) with more events in the pipeline.  


Supported by Nene Living, Village Connect and Transition Oundle. Funded by National Lottery Fund and East Northamptonshire Resource Management Fund.


Barnwell Entertainers, Sand Castles

Barnwell Entertainers, Sand Castles

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Thursday 26 Mar 20207:30pm Book Now
Friday 27 Mar 20207:30pm Book Now
Saturday 28 Mar 20207:30pm Book Now

Barnwell Entertainers present


Sand Castles


Thu 26th March, Fri 27th March and Sat 28th March


Doors open at 7pm with a 7:30pm start


Barnwell Village Hall, Barnwell

Hemington Rd, PE8 5QD


All tickets at £6.


An Englishman's home is his sand castle. William and Margaret Patterson and Stan and Bernice Billet have holidayed in their respective beach huts for years. They don't exactly rule the waves but they have turned the area around their beach huts into a cozy little fiefdom. Then along comes Doug, the ‘renter’ of the middle hut, and his two nubile ‘nieces’ who just want to have fun in the sun.  


The regulars try to teach Doug and the girls their unwritten ‘Laws of the Hutters’ but they don't seem to give a hoot for beach hut protocol. Meanwhile, ordinary holidaymakers encroach on the ‘Hutter’s’ beach space. Confrontation is inevitable…… will there ever be calm again?


The OWL Talks: Closing the Loop - Towards the Circular Economy

The OWL Talks: Closing the Loop - Towards the Circular Economy

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Thursday 2 Apr 20207:30pm Book Now

The OWL Talks present


Closing the Loop - Towards the Circular Economy


Thursday, 2nd April


Doors & bar open at 7pm, talk starts at 7:30pm


Queen Victoria Hall, Oundle

West Street, PE8 4EJ


The event is free to attend, doors & bar open at 7pm but please reserve your seat in advance. There are no physical tickets but your name will added to the reservation list.


Unless we go to circular, it’s game over for the planet; it’s game over for Society’ - the opening words of this fascinating documentary. We must change from the business of take-make-waste to a borrow-use-repair-return economy. Includes a Q & A session via video link up with Professor Wayne Visser, presenter of the film, Professor of Integrated Value & Chair of Sustainable Transformation, Antwerp Management School and Fellow of the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership.    


This event is one of a series called the OWL talks - part of the Oundle Waste Less project organised by Transition Oundle - which aim to promote discussions about current thinking around the shift towards lower carbon and more 'eco' lifestyles. Topics covered include carbon offsetting, sustainable fashion, Incredible Edible Todmorden, Closing The Loop (the circular economy) with more events in the pipeline for 2020.                      


Supported by Nene Living, Village Connect and Transition Oundle. Funded by National Lottery Fund and East Northamptonshire Resource Management Fund.


Peterborough Opera, Paul Bunyan (Britten and W H Auden)

Peterborough Opera, Paul Bunyan (Britten and W H Auden)

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Saturday 25 Apr 20207:30pm Book Now
Sunday 26 Apr 20206:00pm Book Now

Peterborough Opera presents


Paul Bunyan

(Britten and W H Auden)


Saturday, 25th April at 7:30pm

at St Peter's Church, Oundle

North St, PE8 4AL


Sunday, 26th April at 6pm

at St John's Church, Peterborough

Church St, Cathedral Square, PE1 1XB


TICKETS: £10 Adult / £5 Under 19


Wheelchair access available at both churches.




Paul Bunyan is the giant at the centre of an old American legend who is believed to have been the first logger. The operetta, which was written in America for students at Columbia University, received its first performance in 1941.  It didn’t have its UK premier until 1974 - at Snape Maltings with Britten present.


Paul Bunyan is huge and usually accompanied by a blue cow called Babe. In the operetta he recruits lumberjacks from all over the place, sets up a camp and tries to find a bookkeeper. The cooks want pets, so there are a dog and two cats, and at the start of the work, the scene is set by a forest of singing trees. News of Paul Bunyan is brought by three geese, and the action is triggered by a blue moon.


There is love (Hot Biscuit Slim and Paul’s daughter. Tiny), a fight, a row about the food and a Christmas party.  In Peterborough Opera’s production, everyone who wants one gets a solo to sing and we all have lots of fun.



Friday Night with the Jazz Bands 2020

Friday Night with the Jazz Bands 2020

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Friday 1 May 20207:45pm Book Now

Oundle School Music Department presents


Friday Night with the Jazz Bands

Directed by Adele Hudson


Friday 1 May


Venue: The Great Hall, Oundle School, Oundle


Performance: 7.45pm


Tickets: £10

Bar available, do bring your own nibbles.


Assuming the other two venues get sold out and you wish to support our Jazz Bands, please do come to our own fundraiser ahead of our Summer Tour – we are opening the great Montreux Jazz Festival! The tickets are cheaper, the space is bigger, the programme highly similar,

and being on home turf, the Bands will be positively sparkling. There will also be games and raffles on offer: a fun way to support our ventures and effectively to sponsor an ice-cream, tour hoodie or excursion for our committed pupils.



Yarwell & Nassington Britannia Band, Back to the 40s

Yarwell & Nassington Britannia Band, Back to the 40s

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Saturday 2 May 20207:45pm Book Now

Yarwell & Nassington Britannia Band present


Back to the 40s


Saturday, 2nd May at 7:45pm


Nassington Church

Church St, PE8 6QG


All tickets at £10.00



Yarwell & Nassington Britannia Band are returning to Nassington Church for their hugely popular spring concert. The band continues to impress audiences under the international renowned musical leadership of John Hudson.  This year there is a definite 1940s feel to the programme with music from Glen Miller to Vera Lynn.


We are raising funds for Nassington Church and their building project.


So come and enjoy a glass of wine and sit back and listen to some great brass band music.


Sponsored by Nassington PCC

The OWL Talks: Carbon Offsetting: Solution or Sticking plaster?

The OWL Talks: Carbon Offsetting: Solution or Sticking plaster?

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Thursday 7 May 20207:30pm Book Now

Transition Oundle presents


Carbon Offsetting: Solution or Sticking Plaster?


Thursday, 7th May


Doors open at 7pm, talk starts at 7:30pm


Queen Victoria Hall, Oundle

West Street, PE8 4EJ


Fee event, limited availability.


Founders of carbon reduction company, Terra Neutra, John Bamford and Luke Gaydon, will discuss the pros and cons of offsetting, the science behind the subject and the projects supported through their platform.    


The event is free to attend, doors & bar open at 7pm but please reserve your seat in advance.   It is one of a series called the OWL talks - part of the Oundle Waste Less project organised by Transition Oundle - which aim to promote discussions about current thinking around the shift towards lower carbon and more 'eco' lifestyles. Topics covered include decluttering, sustainable fashion, Incredible Edible Todmorden, Closing The Loop (the circular economy) with more events in the pipeline.  


       

Supported by Nene Living, Village Connect and Transition Oundle. Funded by National Lottery Fund and East Northamptonshire Resource Management Fund.


Barton Seagrave Festival of Music, Rushden Town Band

Barton Seagrave Festival of Music, Rushden Town Band

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Saturday 9 May 20207:30pm Book Now (Non-allocated seating)

Barton Seagrave Festival of Music presents


RUSHDEN TOWN BAND


Saturday, 9th May 2020 at 7:30pm


St Botolph's Church

Barton Seagrave

NN15 6SR


Tickets: £10 general / £8 Under 16 (non-allocated seating)


In 1120-22, Geoffrey de Clinton is recorded as having built on the current site of St Botolph’s in Barton Seagrave, a church with Norman architecture.  There may well have been an earlier building on the site, but we can be sure that by 2020, there will have been a Christian presence in Barton Seagrave for at least 900 years.  So, to celebrate 900 plus years of association between church and community, there will be a series of special activities and events throughout 2020.  We are calling this series Festival 900+.  


These Festival of Music concerts constitute one part of Festival 900+.  There will be six concerts during the course of two weeks in May 2020 (8th – 20th), each showcasing a different genre of music – Fiori Musicali performing Vivaldi’s Four Seasons plus vocal interludes (not sold through Oundle Box Office), Rushden Town Band playing music we know and love with their own special style, Reflections Strings playing popular light classics, The Frenchman Street Jazz Band playing Traditional Jazz at its best, The Rutland Wind Ensemble performing a varied programme including the beautiful Petit Symphonie by Gounod, and finally Chris Bannister whose tribute act to John Denver is one of the best there is.


Come and Sing Choral Day

Come and Sing Choral Day

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Sunday 10 May 20205:30pm Book Now (Rehearsals from 2pm)

Oundle School Music Department presents


Come and Sing Choral Day –

Celebrating Thirty Years of Co-Education


Sunday 10 May


Venue: Oundle School Chapel


Performance: 5.30pm (rehearsals from 2pm)


Further details please contact: music@oundlefestival.org.uk


Tickets: £5


Our Come and Sing Choral Days have grown since they were first started three years ago.


This promises to be a unique and special occasion indeed as we invite Old Oundelians to join our considerable ranks and celebrate the wonderful service of Evensong in the heart of the School as we focus on the thirtieth anniversary of Oundle School becoming co-educational.


With an accompanying orchestra and large choral forces expected, we will focus on the beefy choral numbers for this occasion. Expect to be moved, make music with friends, and aim to linger on the Chapel lawns following the service with a social glass or two.


With your booking please make it clear whether you would like to be participating or not. Queries regarding participation from music@oundlefestival.org.uk

Barton Seagrave Festival of Music, Reflection Strings

Barton Seagrave Festival of Music, Reflection Strings

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Wednesday 13 May 20207:30pm Book Now (Non-allocated seating)

Barton Seagrave Festival of Music presents


REFLECTION STRINGS

Wednesday, 13th May 2020 at 7:30pm


St Botolph's Church

Barton Seagrave

NN15 6SR


Tickets: £10 general / £8 Under 16 (non-allocated seating)


In 1120-22, Geoffrey de Clinton is recorded as having built on the current site of St Botolph’s in Barton Seagrave, a church with Norman architecture.  There may well have been an earlier building on the site, but we can be sure that by 2020, there will have been a Christian presence in Barton Seagrave for at least 900 years.  So, to celebrate 900 plus years of association between church and community, there will be a series of special activities and events throughout 2020.  We are calling this series Festival 900+.  


These Festival of Music concerts constitute one part of Festival 900+.  There will be six concerts during the course of two weeks in May 2020 (8th – 20th), each showcasing a different genre of music – Fiori Musicali performing Vivaldi’s Four Seasons plus vocal interludes (not sold through Oundle Box Office), Rushden Town Band playing music we know and love with their own special style, Reflections Strings playing popular light classics, The Frenchman Street Jazz Band playing Traditional Jazz at its best, The Rutland Wind Ensemble performing a varied programme including the beautiful Petit Symphonie by Gounod, and finally Chris Bannister whose tribute act to John Denver is one of the best there is.


Barton Seagrave Festival of Music, Chris Pearce's Frenchmen

Barton Seagrave Festival of Music,  Chris Pearce's Frenchmen

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Friday 15 May 20207:30pm Book Now (Non-allocated seating)

Barton Seagrave Festival of Music presents


CHRIS PEARCE'S FRENCHMEN STREET JAZZ BAND

Friday, 15th May 2020 at 7:30pm


St Botolph's Church

Barton Seagrave

NN15 6SR


Tickets: £10 general / £8 Under 16 (non-allocated seating)


In 1120-22, Geoffrey de Clinton is recorded as having built on the current site of St Botolph’s in Barton Seagrave, a church with Norman architecture.  There may well have been an earlier building on the site, but we can be sure that by 2020, there will have been a Christian presence in Barton Seagrave for at least 900 years.  So, to celebrate 900 plus years of association between church and community, there will be a series of special activities and events throughout 2020.  We are calling this series Festival 900+.  


These Festival of Music concerts constitute one part of Festival 900+.  There will be six concerts during the course of two weeks in May 2020 (8th – 20th), each showcasing a different genre of music – Fiori Musicali performing Vivaldi’s Four Seasons plus vocal interludes (sold through www.fiori-musicali.com), Rushden Town Band playing music we know and love with their own special style, Reflections Strings playing popular light classics, The Frenchman Street Jazz Band playing Traditional Jazz at its best, The Rutland Wind Ensemble performing a varied programme including the beautiful Petit Symphonie by Gounod, and finally Chris Bannister whose tribute act to John Denver is one of the best there is.

Barton Seagrave Festival of Music, Rutland Wind Ensemble

Barton Seagrave Festival of Music, Rutland Wind Ensemble

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Saturday 16 May 20207:30pm Book Now (Non-allocated seating)

Barton Seagrave Festival of Music presents


RUTLAND WIND ENSEMBLE

Saturday, 16th May 2020 at 7:30pm


St Botolph's Church

Barton Seagrave

NN15 6SR


Tickets: £10 general / £8 Under 16 (non-allocated seating)


In 1120-22, Geoffrey de Clinton is recorded as having built on the current site of St Botolph’s in Barton Seagrave, a church with Norman architecture.  There may well have been an earlier building on the site, but we can be sure that by 2020, there will have been a Christian presence in Barton Seagrave for at least 900 years.  So, to celebrate 900 plus years of association between church and community, there will be a series of special activities and events throughout 2020.  We are calling this series Festival 900+.  


These Festival of Music concerts constitute one part of Festival 900+.  There will be six concerts during the course of two weeks in May 2020 (8th – 20th), each showcasing a different genre of music – Fiori Musicali performing Vivaldi’s Four Seasons plus vocal interludes (sold through www.fiori-musicali.com), Rushden Town Band playing music we know and love with their own special style, Reflections Strings playing popular light classics, The Frenchman Street Jazz Band playing Traditional Jazz at its best, The Rutland Wind Ensemble performing a varied programme including the beautiful Petit Symphonie by Gounod, and finally Chris Bannister whose tribute act to John Denver is one of the best there is.

Barton Seagrave Festival of Music, Chris Bannister

Barton Seagrave Festival of Music, Chris Bannister

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Wednesday 20 May 20207:30pm Book Now (Non-allocated seating)

Barton Seagrave Festival of Music presents


CHRIS BANNISTER

Wednesday, 20th May 2020 at 7:30pm


St Botolph's Church

Barton Seagrave

NN15 6SR


Tickets: £10 general / £8 Under 16 (non-allocated seating)


In 1120-22, Geoffrey de Clinton is recorded as having built on the current site of St Botolph’s in Barton Seagrave, a church with Norman architecture.  There may well have been an earlier building on the site, but we can be sure that by 2020, there will have been a Christian presence in Barton Seagrave for at least 900 years.  So, to celebrate 900 plus years of association between church and community, there will be a series of special activities and events throughout 2020.  We are calling this series Festival 900+.  


These Festival of Music concerts constitute one part of Festival 900+.  There will be six concerts during the course of two weeks in May 2020 (8th – 20th), each showcasing a different genre of music – Fiori Musicali performing Vivaldi’s Four Seasons plus vocal interludes (sold through www.fiori-musicali.com), Rushden Town Band playing music we know and love with their own special style, Reflections Strings playing popular light classics, The Frenchman Street Jazz Band playing Traditional Jazz at its best, The Rutland Wind Ensemble performing a varied programme including the beautiful Petit Symphonie by Gounod, and finally Chris Bannister whose tribute act to John Denver is one of the best there is.

The OWL Talks: Incredible Edible Todmorden

The OWL Talks: Incredible Edible Todmorden

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Thursday 4 Jun 20207:30pm Book Now

Transition Oundle presents

The OWL Talks


Incredible Edible Todmorden: the power of small actions


Thursday, 4th June


Doors & bar open at 7pm, talk starts at 7:30pm


Queen Victoria Hall, Oundle

West Street, PE8 4EJ


Free event, limited availability.


Mary Clear MBE, chairperson of Incredible Edible Todmorden and co founder of an idea that has rooted across the world, will describe how a group of volunteers used food and growing as a lever to make a kinder world, achieving more than ever thought possible and having oodles of fun in the process.                            


The event is free to attend, doors & bar open at 7pm but please reserve your seat in advance. It is one of a series called the OWL talks - part of the Oundle Waste Less project organised by Transition Oundle - which aim to promote discussions about current thinking around the shift towards lower carbon and more 'eco' lifestyles. Topics covered include decluttering, sustainable fashion, carbon offsetting, Closing The Loop (the circular economy) with more events in the pipeline.                      


Supported by Nene Living, Village Connect and Transition Oundle. Funded by National Lottery Fund and East Northamptonshire Resource Management Fund.


Passport to Freedom (Opera)

Passport to Freedom (Opera)

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Friday 5 Jun 20207:00pm Book Now
Saturday 6 Jun 20207:00pm Book Now
Sunday 7 Jun 20204:00pm Book Now

The Freedom Opera Company presents the World Premiere of the Opera


Passport to Freedom


Fri 5th June at 7pm


Sat 6th June at 7pm


Sun 7th June at 4pm


The opera lasts 1hr and 15min


Tickets to include opera and meal  at £25 (please click on special or regular option when buying tickets).

Allocated seating.



We welcome audiences to attend the premiere of this contemporary opera with music by Jonathan Graham and libretto by Nigel Gibbons. The opera is set in current times, sung in English and classical in style. It will be performed with an orchestra under the experienced direction of Kate Wishart who regularly directs The Peterborough Opera and Oundle Gilbert and Sullivan locally.


The story follows the fortunes of a gang of East European migrant vegetable pickers on a remote farmland in the Fens, Lincolnshire. One of the pickers falls in love with a local English farm worker that leads to the death of the gang master revealing long hidden secrets from the past.


The opera is an hour and a quarter long. The evening shows (5th & 6th June) ticket price includes a sit down Ploughman’s supper at 7pm followed by a short talk prior to performance at 8.30. The Sunday matinee (7th June) includes a glass of prosecco, cake and sandwiches at 4pm followed by a short talk and performance at 5.30. The venue has a licensed bar and access for the disabled. Anyone with special dietary requirements please order the special meal option that is suitable for vegans and gluten free. Otherwise select a regular meal.


For more information about the opera please visit: www.freedomopera.co.uk

Music for a Summer's Evening 2020

Music for a Summer's Evening 2020

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Thursday 25 Jun 20207:30pm Book Now (at 6:30pm drinks included)

Oundle School Music Department presents


Music for a Summer’s Evening


Thursday 25 June


Venue: St Peter’s Church, Oundle


Performance: 6.30pm for 7.30pm


Tickets: £10 including drinks. Please book well in advance to avoid disappointment as there are limited seats.


With a large cohort of quite outstanding musicians departing this year, our final larger ensemble concert is going to be spectacular with forces uniting for the final time. Having traipsed the county many times in search of perfect and fitting venues, we came to the conclusion that home turf will be ideal for this occasion — unusual though it is for us to perform evening concerts in our own town’s Parish Church.


Much will go into this concert, from solos to concertos, orchestras, choirs and ensembles through to the Jazz Band performing before and during the interval. The time to say farewell to these talented pupils is sadly upon us, and you are cordially invited to be a part of this wonderful

occasion. We hope to feature Bosco Wong, Zachary Boser, Henry Cripps, Ed Burgess, Alex Hill, Evan Ball, Rufus Sumner and Beatrice and Cecily Wells, although, at the time of print, we are yet to confirm definite repertoire choices and reserve the right to place some of these concertos into earlier concerts in the year! To whet your appetite, the programme will include:


Marie Lee: Bruch Violin Concerto, second movement

Ryan Law: Haydn Cello Concerto, first movement

Arianna Chan: Fauré Elegy

Ralph Phillips & Samuel Townend: Bach Double Violin Concerto

Ken Zhao: His Own Piano Concerto

Jungho Lee: Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto, third movement

Ed Pelham: Mozart Clarinet Concerto, third movement

Last Night of the Proms.

Last Night of the Proms.

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Saturday 12 Sep 20207:30pm Book Now (Tickets Available on the Door)

Oundle International Festival in association with Oundle School Music Department presents


Last Night of the Proms


RUSHDEN TOWN BAND


ADELE HUDSON conductor


Saturday, 12th September at 7:30pm


Oundle School Great Hall

12 New Street, Oundle, PE8 4EA


Tickets: £10 Adult / £4 U18


Following the success of our previous two Proms, this year

Rushden Town Band will play 75 minute set including Rule

Britannia and Land of Hope and Glory. After a break, you are

invited to stay and watch live the relay direct from the Royal

Albert Hall and join in with all the singing and high jinks! The

bar will be open throughout the evening.