GSO Camerata Weekend

Saturday 21st & Sunday 22nd September 2019


BWCI Guernsey Youth Camerata Concert

Saturday 21st September
8pm, St. James Concert and Assembly Hall

The Youth Camerata presents the talents of dedicated young Guernsey musicians. Well established in the annual classical music calendar, this is a relaxed evening of short pieces, musical variety and youthful enthusiasm. With two exciting ensemble line-ups and most performers making their Youth Camerata debut, it promises to be as uplifting and entertaining as always!

Eloise Fabbri (Soprano)

Soloists

  • Eloise Fabbri (soprano)
  • Rahil Annees (percussion)
  • Maddie Devaney (flute)
  • Louise Madden (voice)
  • George Walker (viola)
  • Jacob Wright (violin)
  • – Accompanied by London based pianist Fionnuala Ward.

Ensembles

  • Elizabeth College Junior Quartet:
    Sam Cole, Joseph Stoller, George Walker & Archie Purdue

  • Cello Ensemble:
    Elizabeth Gill, Noah Purdue, Evie Hart, Elisha Horsepool, Naomi Kewell, Benjamin Childs, Archie Purdue and Sam Davidson.

The programme will include works by Bach, Mayuzumi, Mozart and the exciting 'Bachianas Brasileiras, No 5' by Villa Lobos for soprano and 8 cellos.

Admission free, retiring collection.


Guest Conductor John Traill

BWCI Guernsey Camerata Family Concert

Sunday 22nd September
2.30pm, St. James Concert and Assembly Hall

Programme

  • We're Going on a Bear Hunt - Ian Stephens
  • Isabel's Noisy Tummy - Bernard Hughes
  • Three Little Pigs - Paul Patterson

Guest Conductor: John Traill
Guest Narrator: Josh Gabriel

This popular family concert has moved to the autumn this year. Bring your favourite teddy to St. James to enjoy the wonderful family concert that will delight all ages. The wonderful stories will be brought to life with a narrator and full orchestra. The Guernsey Camerata are delighted that John Traill, Director of Music St. Anne's college, Oxford, has made time in his busy schedule to return to Guernsey for this concert.

Plenty of audience participation and deliciously wicked text from Roald Dahl in Three Little Pigs with other favourites. Plenty of surprises and fun; a real treat!

£12 adults, £8 students, senior citizens & restricted view. £36 family ticket (2 adults & 2 children)
It is advised to book early to avoid disappointment!