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Leamington Music tenth winter season


Sunday 14 February, 11.30am
Royal Spa Centre Main Stage, Newbold Terrace, Leamington Spa

Paul Rissmann’s newest work follows the popular hits of Crazy Creatures, Stan and Mabel and Sir Scallywag and the Golden Underpants. The brand new story written by Giles Andreae has illustrations by Korky Paul, published by Penguin in 2015.

Recommended for 3-7 year olds.



Sunday 14 February, 3.00pm
Royal Spa Centre Main Stage, Newbold Terrace, Leamington Spa

Victor de la Rose clarinet
Naomi Atherton horn
Amy Harman bassoon
Benjamin Nabarro violin
Claudia Ajmone-Marsan violin
Ruth Gibson viola
Gemma Rosefield cello
Laurène Durantel double bass
Tim Horton piano

  • Schubert Quintet in A The Trout D667
  •   Octet in F D803
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    Tuesday 16 February 2016, 7.30pm
    St Mary’s Church, Warwick

    Bethany Seymour soprano
    Pamela Thorby recorder
    Peter Seymour harpsichord

    • Blow Lysander, I pursue in vain
    • Purcell Music for a While
    • Purcell Bess of Bedlam
    • Handel Sonata in A minor HWV362
    • Humfrey A Hymn to God the Father
    • Purcell Not all my torments
    • Telemann Mich trostet dir Hoffnung (Der geduldige Socrates)
    • Purcell How long, great God?
    • Purcell Evening Hymn
    • Telemann Sonata in C TWV41:C5
    • Handel Occhi miei, che faceste?
    • Purcell From rosy bow’rs
    • Handel Cantata Mi palpita il cor

    Madness was a recurrent preoccupation with seventeenth century dramatists and the extreme, colourful texts inspired Purcell, Blow and their contemporaries to some of their most intense and dramatic settings, exploring the ever widening boundaries of expression and emotion. The idea of freedom from the torment of love and of lost love is a recurring theme. A few decades later Handel wrote some of his more expressive and dramatic music during his time in Italy from 1706. His great collection of Italian cantatas often deal with topics of freedom from betrayal and injustice alongside the loss of the heart’s liberty and life.

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Winter 2015-2016

Download full details of the 2015/2016 Winter concerts
Stinky Bottom

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Tickets £4.50 children, £9.00 Adults.

Book online at www.royalspacentreandtownhall.co.uk


book your tickets now

Tickets £17.50 reserved, £12.50 unreserved, £1.00 students and children

Book online at www.royalspacentreandtownhall.co.uk

Bethany Seymour Bethany Seymour, soprano

Tickets £20.00 and £18.00 reserved and £15.00 and £12.00 unreserved. Students and children £1.00. www.royalspacentreandtownhall.co.uk

About Leamington Music

Leamington Music is a registered charity number 1117723 that was launched in July 2006 and aims to maintain Leamington and district as a musical centre dedicated to promoting excellent music.

Music-making at an international level like this can only be put on and sustained by the generosity of our supporters and if you would like to be involved in ensuring that Leamington Music continues to flourish please join the Friends of Leamington Music or contact us directly.

Contact Us

Richard Phillips 01926 497000 richard@LeamingtonMusic.org

Veronica Phillips veronica@LeamingtonMusic.org

Leamington Music reserves the right to change programmes, artists or venues if it becomes necessary.