Sledmere House and Church are the venues for two concerts, both performed twice, with the audience changing places after a picnic interval.
Kaleidoscope Chamber Collective is a flexible ensemble of joyful and passionate musicians who can’t wait to share chamber music with you. In the elegant surroundings of Sledmere House, they explore the charm, wit and memorable melodies of Reynaldo Hahn and his circle. ‘a sparky, shape-shifting ensemble… born communicators as well as musicians at the highest level’ The Arts Desk
Kaleidoscope Chamber Collective
Mélanie Bonis Soir et matin
Nadia Boulanger, Ravel and Saint-Saëns Salon pieces
Hahn Piano Quintet
Pembroke College Choir, Cambridge
Anna Lapwood conductor
All things are quite silent
Anna Lapwood O Nata Lux, Owain Park Awake my Soul, Lucy Walker My heart, O God, Kerensa Briggs Media Vita, Caroline Shaw And the Swallow, Amy Beach Peace I leave with you, William Byrd Laudibus in Sanctis, Elizabeth Poston The water of Tyne, Matthew Martin Iustorum Animae, Eleanor Daley Grandmother Moon, Eric Whitacre Leonardo dreams of his flying machine
Having gained a reputation as one of the UK’s fastest-rising choirs, Pembroke College Choir present music from their acclaimed album All things are quite silent, conducted by Anna Lapwood.
£42 • £10 (UNDER 25)
The grounds of Sledmere House will be open from 5.30pm for concert-goers and there will be a further picnic opportunity during the 45-minute interval between performances, when a bar will also be available.