Sunday 23rd June at Stanbrook Abbey at 6pm
THE ENGLISH SALON ORCHESTRA
The ESO, in yet another brilliant play on its esteemed acronym, emerges as The English Salon Orchestra to recreate music from bygone eras for your pleasure…
Join us in the spectacular setting of the Gothic Revival styled buildings and grounds of Stanbrook Abbey. Join us from 5pm for Pimms and canapes. Coffee and Pastries will be served in the interval.
Overture: Light Cavalry – Suppe
Intermezzo: Albumblatt – Wagner
Bal Masque – Fletcher
Parade of the Tin Soldiers – Jessel
In a Persian Market – Ketèlbey
In a Monastery Garden – Ketèlbey
Knightsbridge March – Coates
Salut d’Amour – Elgar
Gold & Silver Waltz – Lehar
Tea for Two – Youmans
Till the Clouds Roll By – Jerome Kern (Medley)
Shuffle off to Buffalo – Warren
Porgy & Bess Medley – Gershwin
Washington Post – Sousa
Leroy Anderson Selection
Bell of the Ball
Plink Plank Plunk
Night & Day – Cole Porter (Medley)
ENGLISH SALON ORCHESTRA
Piano/MD: Paul Leddington Wright
Flute/Piccolo: Miriam Hughes
Clarinet: Alison Lambert
Clarinet/Bass Clarinet: Sara Temple
Trumpet/Cornet Simon Lenton
Trombone: Julian Turner
Violin: Michael Bochmann
Cello: Peter Adams
Bass: Steve Warner
Drums/Percussion: Steve Socci
Arranged by Simon Lenton.
Tickets £37.50 (u/16s £22.50) available from ESO box office 01386 791044 _________________________________________________________
2013 will be one of the most exciting years in recent memory for the ESO.
Highlights of the year ahead include an exciting and ambitious new concert series in Christ Church, Malvern curated by the exciting American conductor, Kenneth Woods (you can read Norman Lebrecht’s response to his appointment here). Featured soloists include the extraordinary young violinist Tamsin Waley-Cohen, the charismatic cellist Matthew Sharp and the thrilling clarinet virtuoso, Christopher Richards.
The ESO continues to be a favorite of many leading festivals across the UK, and this year the ESO will partner with the English Music Festival, the Bromsgrove festival and St Chad’s festival among many others.
Our programmes for young musicians continue to be some of the most innovative and popular in the country, and
ESO leads the field in making music accessible to all members of the community through our concerts in care homes, hospices, schools and other often overlooked settings.