Category: Concerts

Live from Finchcocks with Helen Lacey
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Live from Finchcocks with Helen Lacey

This month we welcomed back Helen Lacey (soprano) & Helen Ridout (pianist), to Finchcocks for a live streamed concert from our outdoor stage… In collaboration with the Lamberhurst Music Festival, Finchcocks live-streamed this seasonal recital via the Facebook page – watch again if you missed it! Programme includes repertoire by: Donaudy, Ravel, Poulenc, Puccini and...

Open-air concert Mémoires d’un Amnésique: A piano, a film and Erik Satie, in his own words – Saturday 22nd August 2020
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Open-air concert Mémoires d’un Amnésique: A piano, a film and Erik Satie, in his own words – Saturday 22nd August 2020

Alex Metcalfe performs Satie’s most important works, in character as the composer from the set of his Arceuil apartment. Sarah Miles’s script, edited from Satie’s own words, is narrated against the backdrop of Keith Lovegrove’s cinematic accompaniment. “It is a fabulously well-crafted work of cinematic excellence as well as being a masterly piano recital – when...

An Evening with Gershwin and The Planets: Saturday 28 September 7pm
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An Evening with Gershwin and The Planets: Saturday 28 September 7pm

To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the first public performance of the The Planets, John Broadwood and Sons are sponsoring a concert to be held at Finchcocks which will feature the intriguing piano duet version of the The Suite. Holst (1974 – 1934) composed the planets whilst he was Head of Music at St Paul’s...

Love’s Journey in Song: Ravel, Schumann, Strauss with Helen Lacey – Fri 16 August 7.30pm
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Love’s Journey in Song: Ravel, Schumann, Strauss with Helen Lacey – Fri 16 August 7.30pm

Helen Lacey (soprano) and Alexandra Standing (pianist) bring this unique programme exploring Love’s depiction in song through time to Finchcocks. They will perform Ravel’s beautiful and impressionist song cycle Cinq mélodies populaires grecques – Greek folk songs, translated from the original to French by Michel Dimitri Calvocoressi. Edvard Grieg’s six German songs are also included...

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