Music

Sounds of England

Comments (0)
Thursday, November 15, 2012

Spend the night traveling “across the pond” with the Windham Orchestra when director Hugh Keelan brings you the best of his homeland with British Jubilee. You can explore the nocturnal moods of the music of Benjamin Britten, bend your mind around Edward Elgar’s Enigma and cry a tear or two over the orchestral prelude based on Frederick Delius’ opera Irmelin. The evening features performances by tenor soloist James Anderson and Victoria Eisen on horn.

Nov. 16, 7:30 p.m., Vermont Academy, Saxtons River, Vt.; Nov. 18, 3 p.m., Latchis Theatre, Brattleboro. Admission by donation. For advance tickets call the Brattleboro Music Center, (802) 257-4523 or visit bmcvt.org.

Comment:

Name:

Password:

New User/Guest?

Find it Here:
keyword:
search type:
search in:

« Previous   |   Next »
Print Email RSS feed

Eight Minutes of Fame
Open mic at Luthier’s Co-Op in Easthampton lets voices be heard
Nightcrawler: Signature Event
Signature Sounds celebrates two decades of sonic excellence; hip injury forces ZZ Top to bow out of Big E
CD Shorts: Tweedy
Nightcrawler: Counting the Days
Danny “The Count” Koker trades classic cars for classic rock covers at Big E; Stone Coyotes celebrate 13th studio effort.
CD Shorts: Amy McCarley, Daphne Lee Martin
Nightcrawler: All’s Fair
Amy Fairchild plays the name game; fair-weather friends at Mountain Park; Aaron Lewis’ “fairways and friends.”
CD Shorts: Dustin Wong and Takako Minekawa
Chevrolet to Shakespeare