The next Bath Recitals concert on 30 September takes us on an exciting musical journey of discovery around the globe with Music Around the World.
Andrey Lebedev is one of the most successful young guitarists of his generation, while Bronte Hudnott performs as guest principal flute with the Philharmonia and Halle orchestras.
This programme will include de Falla’s Canciones Populares Espanolas – a gem of the Spanish repertoire infusing traditional song with flamenco, and Australian Philip Houghton’s evocative impression of the outback.
Colourful music by the Brazilian Villa-Lobos contrasts with Japanese composer Takemitsu’s mystical and evocative Towards the Sea. Robert Beazer’s Mountain Songs takes us to his native Appalachians while in Histoire du Tango Piazzolla transports us to the tango and the bordelos of Buenos Aires.
MUSIC AROUND THE WORLD
30 September 2017 7.30pm
Old Theatre Royal, Bath
Claude Debussy Syrinx
Maurice Ravel Habanera
Heitor Villa Lobos Two pieces
Philip Houghton From the Dreaming
Toru Takemitsu Towards the Sea
Robert Beazer Mountain Songs
Manuel de Falla Canciones Populares Espanolas
Astor Piazzolla Histoire du Tango
Also don’t forget you SAVE £10 if you book for the next three concerts from Bath Recitals. Coming up we also have the Dulcinea String Quartet on 11 November and Chistmas Baroque on 16 December.
Also, remember you can join our popular Front Row members scheme for just £20 – and get 16 months for the price of 12 if you book this September.
• Priority seats
• Free programmes
• Special ‘in conversation’ events
• Annual member’s reception
• Supporting young musicians