Redbridge Brass and Organ In Concert, Saturday 25 Feb, Epping

Discussion in 'The Auditorium - Concert Details' started by Redbridge Brass, Jan 31, 2012.

  1. Redbridge Brass

    Redbridge Brass New Member

    Brass and Organ In Concert

    LSC champions Redbridge Brass (MD Jeremy Wise)
    Simon Winters - Organ

    A concert of spectacular music from London's champion brass band and renowned recital organist, includes works by Gabrielli, Widor, Saint-Saens and Bach

    Saturday 25 February 7:30pm at the Church of St John the Baptist, St John's Road, Epping, CM16 5DN

    Tickets £10 on the door or £8 in advance (children 12 and under go free)
    Buy online

    or call 01268 781268 or 07882 647241

  2. Redbridge Brass

    Redbridge Brass New Member

    Some tickets are still available for this concert. They can be reserved at the discounted price of £8 each until 2pm tomorrow and be collected on the door - please ring 01268 781268 or 07882 647241. The programme is below, hope to see some of you there!

    Anblasen Fanfare – Phil Lawrence
    Toccatta from Organ Symphony no 5 – Widor arr Phillip Sparke
    Elegy – George Thalben-Ball arr Quentin Thomas Cornet soloist - Cliff Pask Organ – Simon Winters
    Organ solo - Sortie in Eb Lefébure-Wély
    Lux Aurumque (Light and Gold) – Eric Whitacre arr Chris King
    Symphoniae Sacrae 2 from Canzon Septimi Toni – Gabrielli
    Finale Organ Symphony no 3 – Saint Saens arr Frank Renton


    Finale Organ Symphony no 1 in D Minor – Viernes arr Nicholas Garman
    Shenandoah – traditional arr Quentin Thomas Flugel soloist Alan Roberts Organ – Simon Winters
    Toccata from Suite Gothique by Léon Boellmann – Simon Winters
    Danny Boy arr Peter Knight
    Grand Choeur Dialogue – Eugene Gigout arr Simon Winters
    O Magnum Mysterium – Morten Lauridsen arr Phillip Littlemore
    Procession to the Minster – Lohengrin – Wagner arr Howard Snell
  3. jezza23361

    jezza23361 Member

    There is a very big box of Thorntons chocs in the raffle too - donated by me :frown:

  4. jezza23361

    jezza23361 Member

    Come and hear our experimental piece - Come Sweet Death - in the Bach Again version - should be fun and completely un-rehearsed - the players don't even know it is on the programme and haven't seen the music yet. Jeremy
  5. jezza23361

    jezza23361 Member

    In case you are wondering - it is a semi improvisational piece and has to be spontaneous. Might be great - might be not so great - but definitely interesting