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august 2022

16aug(aug 16)7:00 pm21(aug 21)12:30 pmBurton Bradstock Festival of Music & Art


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Burton Bradstock Festival of Music & Art 2022

Art Exhibition

The festival opens with a burst of colour and a warm welcome at 10.00 am in the Village Hall with the Art Exhibition. Closing time 7.00pm.

The Art exhibition runs from Tueday 16 August
to Sunday 21 August
Opening times are: Tuesday 16 August 5.30pm – 8.30pm
Wednesday 17 August
Thursday 18 August
Friday 19 August 10am – 8.30pm
Saturday 20 August 10am – 6pm
Early closing on the last Sunday, 21 August 10am – 12.30pm

The Art Exhibition is open during the concert intervals

Wednesday 17th August

Jazz Evening

7pm St Mary’s Church

Take two
Award winning saxophonist Jake McMurchie joins David GordonSandy Burnett and Paul Cavaciuti as they explore two towering figures of 20th century jazz, Dave Brubeck and Charles Mingus.

Jake McMurchie saxophone
David Gordon piano
Sandy Burnett bass
Paul Cavaciuti drums

Tickets: £18/£14/£12


Late Night Concert

9.45pm St Mary’s Church

A touch of tango Craig Ogden, Milos Milivojevic and David Juritz play music from Paris and Buenos Aires by Hahn, Pujol and Chaminade.

Craig Ogden guitar
David Juritz violin
Miloš Milivojević accordion

With soup and roll supper in the village hall at 9.15pm

Tickets: £10

Thursday 18th August

Lunchtime Concert

12.30pm St Mary’s Church

A midday serenade with Eluned PierceCraig OgdenAnna Hashimoto and the Festival Players.

Maurice Ravel 1875-1935 Berceuse sur le nom Gabriel Fauré
Paul Reade 1943-1997 Suite from The Victorian Kitchen Garden
Gabriel Pierné 1863-1937 Serenade
Máximo Diego Pujol b. 1957- Suite Mágica
Robert Schumann 1810-1856 Drei Fantasiestücke Op. 73
Gabriel Fauré 1845-1924 Après un rêve Op. 7
Roma Cafolla Ambidexterity

Eluned Pierce harp
Craig Ogden guitar
Anna Hashimoto clarinet
David Juritz violin
Adrian Bradbury cello
David Gordon piano

To include a picnic platter and a glass of wine in the Rectory Gardens.

Tickets: £18, £16, £14


Chamber Concert

Mykola Lysenko was jailed in 1907 for writing patriotic Ukrainian music while Reynaldo Hahn represents the apotheosis of the French romantic. Peter Hope writes music for television, radio and the concert-hall, where he has worked with José Carreras, Dame Kiri te Kanawa and Jessye Norman. Craig Ogden plays Hope’s ebullient Divertimento and Anna Hashimoto plays Mozart’s Clarinet Quintet.
Mykola Lysenko 1842-1912 String trio in A minor
Reynaldo Hahn 1874-1947 Prélude, Valse et Rigaudon
Peter Hope b. 1930 Divertimento for guitar and string trio
W A Mozart 1756-1791 Clarinet Quintet in A major

Anna Hashimoto clarinet
Eluned Pierce harp
Craig Ogden guitar
David Juritz, Fiona McCapra violins
Yuri Zhislin viola
Adrian Bradbury cello Sandy Burnett bass

£18, £14, £12


Late Night Recital

French connection

David Gordon leads the Festival Players astray in a romp through the French Baroque with music by Jean-Baptiste Lully and his compatriots.
David Gordon piano
David Juritz, Fiona McCapra violins
Yuri Zhislin viola
Adrian Bradbury cello
Miloš Milivojević ́ accordion
Sandy Burnett bass

Soup and roll supper in the Village Hall at 9.15pm


Friday 19th August

Gala Concert

7pm St Mary’s Church

Theatrical music by Jean-Baptiste Lully; Milos Milivojevic plays a Ukrainian accordion concerto by Igor Shamo; David Gordon in a chamber version of the Adagio from Beethoven’s Emperor concerto; extracts from Elgar’s Nursery Suite, written for the young Princesses, Elizabeth and Margaret. Anna Hashimoto brings the Festival to a lively finish with Milhaud’s Scaramouche Suite.

Jean-Baptiste Lully 1632-1687 Suite from Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme
Ludwig von Beethoven 1770-1827 Adagio un poco mosso from the Emperor concerto
Igor Shamo 1925-1982 Concerto for Accordion and Strings
Peter Hope b. 1930 Serenade for String Trio
Edward Elgar 1857-1934 Nursery Suite
Antonio Vivaldi 1678-1741 Sol da te, mio dolce amore from Orlando Furioso
Darius Milhaud 1892-1974 Scaramouche

Festival Players including:
Anna Hashimoto Claranet
Miloš Milivojević accordion
David Juritz, Fiona McCapra, violin
Yuri Zhislin viola
Adrian Bradbury cello
Sandy Burnett bass
David Gordon piano

Tickets: £20, £16, £12

Tickets available from Bridport Tourist Information Centre 01308 424901 or online Burton Bradstock Tickets



16 (Tuesday) 7:00 pm - 21 (Sunday) 12:30 pm


St Mary's Church, Burton Bradstock

St Marys Church, Burton Bradstock, DT6 3NN


Box Office01308 424901 Bridport Tourist Information, South Street, Bridport, DT6 3LF

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