Gainsborough and the Modern Woman
May 21 & 22 2022
Exhibition of portraits by various artists and the children of St Peter’s C of E Primary School, Coggeshall.
Laura Fleur (Mezzo Soprano) & George Ireland (Piano)
January 29th 2022
George & Laura performed:
Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) : Zigeunerlieder, op. 103
Henri Duparc (1848-1933) : Au pays où se fait la guerre; Chanson triste
Edvard Grieg (1843-1907) : 6 Lieder, op. 48
Brahms : From Lieder und Gesange, op. 59: 8. Dein blaues Auge; From Lieder, op. 47: 1. Botschaft
Gustav Mahler (1860-1911) :Rückert Lieder
Sarah Gabriel and Friends www.sarahgabriel.eu
December 12th 2021
In 1930, two young revolutionaries burst onto the Berlin music scene with their satirical opera, The Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny. It was a smash, capturing the febrile essence of the fragile Weimar Republic. The collaboration between composer Kurt Weill and playwright and theatre director Bertolt Brecht heralded a brief musical golden age at a time of impending darkness, when artists in underground nightclubs dissected the political maelstrom in the streets above.
The Blue Hour reimagines their legacy in bold, contemporary colours, along with decadent masterpieces of the era, including ‘Surabaya Johnny’ and Marlene Dietrich’s huge hit, ‘Falling in Love Again’, all arranged by award-winning composer Tim Sutton.
Old House Open Gardens, with informal Summer Soirée – 8 June 2019
June 8th 2019 at Old House, Great Horkesley
Informal concert featuring Pimlott Musicians
Performers included: George Ireland and friends, Maacha Deubner, Daniela Bechly, Evie Press, Natasha Holmes, Eleanor Voak.
Also featuring Pimlott Foundation Family Choir, with Emma Bishton.
Video is of Evie Press
Christmas by Candlelight – December 2018
J.S Bach Goldberg Variation, Dan Tidhar – Harpsichord and Christmas Market.
Video gives an impression of the evening and an excerpt from the Pimlott Choir.
Summer is a Coming In – Sunday 9 July 2017
Read the programme here.
Russian Music Here and Now – Saturday 27 June 2017
Russian Music Here and Now!
Maacha Deubner and Daniela Bechly Soprano
Alissa Firsova Piano
Natasha Holmes Cello
Alexander Borodin 3 Folksong arrangement
Sergei Rachmaninov Elegie Op. 3 No. 1 for solo piano
Dmitri Smirnov Mandelstam Sketches Op. 169 3 Songs for Voice and piano
Peter Tchaikovsky Dumka Op.59 for solo piano
Elena Firsova 3 Mandelstam Poems Op. 23 for soprano and piano
Balakirev / Glinka The Skylark for solo piano
Rachmaninov 4 Songs
Music for the Kings – Sunday 19 March 2017
A concert that featured two early music groups; TETRA, who last performed for the Pimlott Foundation in St Martin’s Church Colchester, and Les Laurentines, who are currently studying at the Royal Academy of Music.
TETRA: Phoebe Pimlott, Tom Norrington, Tom Jacob and Alice Trocellier
LES LAURENTINES (Royal Academy of Music ): Victoire Bunel (mezzo-soprano), Julie Pumir (harpsichord), Alice Trocellier (viola da gamba)
Be Unsettled – 31 October 2015
A concert of modern music including: Berio – Sequenza III, A. Bauld – Banquo’s Death, J.P. Calvin – Flux II & More. Soloists: Lisa Roberts & Daniela Bechly – Voice, Mark Roberts – Trumpet, Sam Wilson – Percussion & More.
Be unsettled concert programme available here.
Midsummer Madness – 21 June 2015
Held in the barn and gardens at Old House.
The event was included a variety of musical performances by Chase Lane Primary School brass band.
Jazz Quartet (Albert Gaza, Elmer Van Der Hoek, Dan Parker and Andy Staples).
Concert performances by:
The event included an exhibition of works by artists from Suffolk Open Studios.
Musical colours – Sunday Afternoon Concert Series – 8 June 2014
Christiane Behn and Mathias Weber play Debussy ‘En Blanc et Noir’:
Daniela Bechly sings Mahler 2nd Symphony last movement: