Music in Salisbury  Event Listing, November 2018

Thursday 1
Salisbury Arts Centre  7.30 pm  
Celebrate Folk - Lady Maisery
In an English folk scene currently bursting with bold and innovative music, Lady Maisery shine brightly. With their 'exquisite, thrilling vocal harmony' (Guardian), intelligent and thoughtful arrangements of both traditional repertoire and original compositions, the three talented multi-instrumentalists and singers harness and celebrate their united voice
T  £16  Wiltshire Creative Ticket Office  Tel: 01722 320333    
P  Celebrate Voice

Friday 2
Sarum College, 19 The Close, Salisbury SP1 2EE  12.45 pm  
Sarum College Lunchtime Concert
Christine Lewry  mezzo  Jenny Broome  harp        
A pot-pourri of French songs and harp solos.
T  £12  Sarum College  Tel: 01722 424826    Email: aogden@sarum.ac.uk
C  Alison Ogden  Tel: 01722 424826  Email: aogden@sarum.ac.uk

Medieval Hall, Cathedral Close  7.00 pm  
Celebrate Opera - Don Giovanni
The serial seducer hits Salisbury, with a brand new production of Mozart's tragicomedy. With an international cast in the intimate setting of the historic Medieval Hall, follow Don Giovanni's hedonistic adventures, and the eventual demise of opera's most famous anti-hero.
T  £30  Wiltshire Creative Box Office  Tel: 01722 320333    
P  Celebrate Voice
S  Gore Browne Investment Management & Smith & Williamson

Saturday 3
Museum of Army Flying, Middle Wallop  7.30 pm  Exhibitions open from 6.30pm
St John Singers: World War 1 songs & reflective music amongst the Museum's unique collections.
St John Singers
Stephen Abbott  Director of Music
John Pitt-Brooke & Zoe Fletcher  Readings            
T  £5 (in aid of the Museum of Army Flying)  Museum of Army Flying or Choir members      
C  Jill Horsburgh  Tel: 01725 514899  Email: jill.horsburgh194@gmail.com

Winchester Cathedral  7.30 pm  
Salisbury Community Choir Sing for Freedom
Salisbury Community Choir
Jeremy Backhouse  
Premier performance

Medieval Hall, Cathedral Close  7.30 pm  
Celebrate Cabaret Stefan Bednarczyk - An Evening of Flanders & Swann
The King of Cabaret' (BBC Radio 4), Stefan Bednarczyk displays unrivalled mastery of the genre with his acclaimed show, An Evening of Flanders & Swann. Having toured the world, and hailed as 'a one-man-show that demands the widest possible audience' (The Times), Bednarczyk displays virtuoso piano skills and a peerless gift for delivering wit, hilarity and charm, through two dozen songs, crammed into one performance.
T  £20  Wiltshire Creative Box Office  Tel: 01722 320333    
P  Celebrate Voice

Sunday 4
St Martin’s Church, Salisbury  4.00 pm  
Edington Ensemble concert
John Reid  Piano  Daphne Moody  Violin  George White  Viola  Bryony Moody  Cello
Piano Quartet in Eb op.47  Schumann
Piano Quartet in A op.26  Brahms
T  £17.50, under 18s free  on the door      
P  Edington Ensemble

Saturday 10
Salisbury Cathedral  7.30 pm  
Salisbury Musical Society - War Requiem
Salisbury Musical Society
Chelsea Opera Group Orchestra
David Halls  Conductor
Alwyn Mellor  Soprano  Mark Wilde  Tenor  Julien Van Mellaerts  Baritone    
War Requiem  Benjamin Britten
T  £35, £30, £20, £10  Salisbury Playhouse  Tel: 01722 320333    Email: boxoff@salisburyplayhouse.com
C  Mrs Sue Blyth  Tel: 01722 500541  Email: sue_blyth@ntlworld.com

Sunday 11
St Thomas’s Church, Salisbury  6.00 pm  
Eucharist with music from Fauré's 'Requiem'
St Thomas's Church Choir
T  Admission Free        
C  John Dempster    Email: dempster497@btinternet.com

Monday 12
Salisbury Recorded Music Society  7.30 pm  
Talk with CDs: Duncan Eves - 'Elgar - Orchestral Genius'
Venue: off St Ann St. Details www.salisburyrms.org or 01722 331880

Saturday 17
St Martin’s Church, Salisbury  7.30 pm  
'Everyone Sang' - A Diamond Centenary. The Farrant Singers
The Farrant Singers
The Fisher Sinfonia
Andrew Mackay  Conductor
John Challenger  Organ            
Requiem, Op. 9  Maurice Duruflé
For the Fallen  Mark Blatchly
In war, resolution  Malcolm Archer
The Elixer  Alec Roth
A Foreign Field  Alison Cameron
In this concert to celebrate our 60th anniversary and the centenary of the ending of the First World War are two new works written especially for this concert: a George Herbert poem set to music by Alec Roth and Alison Cameron's interpretation of World War 1 poetry for soprano soloist, choir and alto recorder
T  £15 in advance, £18 on the door, Students/u16 £5  Casa Fina, The High Street, SP1 2PF  Tel: 07773 210706    Email: janewaddington9@gmail.com
C  Jane Waddington  Tel: 07773 210706  Email: janewaddington9@gmail.com

Saturday 24
United Reformed Church, Fisherton Street  7.30 pm  
Salisbury Chamber Music Club
Quentin Edwards - Flute with David Grierson piano              
T  Guests £5, Students £1, Members free.   On the door      
C  Chairman  Tel: 01722324621  Email: musicscmc@yahoo.co.uk

St Martin’s Church, Salisbury  7.30 pm  
Salisbury Chamber Chorus - The Romantic: England
Salisbury Chamber Chorus
Simon McEnery  
Tickets available on eventbrite.co.uk or from Genny Davidson Smith, 01722 335 486 or on the door.
T  £15  Eventbrite.co.uk  Tel: 01722 335486    
C  genny.ds1000@gmail.com  Tel: 01722 335486  Email: genny.ds1000@gmail.com

Monday 26
Salisbury Recorded Music Society  7.30 pm  
Talk with CDs: Roger Allen - Wilhelm Furtwängler
Venue: off St Ann St. Details www.salisburyrms.org or 01722 331880

Tuesday 27
Salisbury City Hall  7.30 pm  
Musical Theatre Salisbury present 'Sister Act - the musical'
musicaltheatresalisbury.org

Wednesday 28
Salisbury City Hall  7.30 pm  
Musical Theatre Salisbury present 'Sister Act - the musical'
musicaltheatresalisbury.org

Salisbury Arts Centre  6.30 pm  
La Folia Continuing Songs
Wiltshire College, Salisbury
La Folia
Howard Moody  Artistic Director
The Continuing Songs project culminates in a showcase performance where CDs of the songs will be for sale just in time for Christmas presents
T  free but ticketed  Sue Kent  Tel: 01722 714897    Email: sue.kent@lafoliamusic.org
C  Sue Kent  Tel: 01722 714897  Email: sue.kent@lafoliamusic.org
P  La Folia
S  Arts Council England; Foyle Foundation; RTR Foundation; Baily Thomas Charitable Fund; South Wilts Mencap; Fawcetts (season sponsors); Wiltshire Council Salisbury and Amesbury Area Boards; Wiltshire College, Salisbury

Thursday 29
Salisbury City Hall  7.30 pm  
Musical Theatre Salisbury present 'Sister Act - the musical'
musicaltheatresalisbury.org

Friday 30
St. Andrew's Church, Tisbury  7.15 pm  
St. Andrew's Day - Baroque Scottish Music Music by Gibson, Geminiani, Corelli, Earl of Kelly.
Salisbury Chamber Ensemble
T  Free - donations - charity concert        

Salisbury City Hall  7.30 pm  
Musical Theatre Salisbury present 'Sister Act - the musical'
musicaltheatresalisbury.org

Salisbury CathedralSalisbury Cathedral  7.00 pm  Doors open 6pm
Advent Procession: From Darkness to Light
Salisbury Cathedral Choir
Starting in total darkness this spectacular service ends with the Cathedral lit by 1,300+ candles for the start of Advent. All are welcome but no admission will be allowed once seats are filled. Please note there is no public ticketing, please come to the Cathedral on the night and queue in the Cloisters. Doors open one hour before start. Queuing under cover in the Cloisters from 17:00. Seasonal Refreshments will be available. The Refectory Restaurant will be serving a 1 or 2-course meal in the Refectory, followed by coffee & mince pie, after the service. For further details and to reserve your table please contact k.oborne@salcath.co.uk.
T  Free  Queuing in the Cloisters from 17.00. Doors open at 18.00.  Tel: 01722 555162    Email: litmus@salcath.co.uk