Music in Salisbury  Event Listing, March 2018

Sunday 4
Wilton Parish Church, Wilton, Salisbury  6.00 pm  
Salisbury Baroque Spring Concert
Salisbury Baroque
Theresa Caudle  Director/leader
Ben Davies (From the Sixteen)  Bass  Julie Cooper (From the Sixteen)  Soprano        
Cantata No.49  Bach
Selections from King Arthur   Purcell
T  Season Ticket £30 online / £11 in advance online or from Music Room / £15 on door (children free)  Music Room - Salisbury  Tel: 01722 322278    Email: info@salisburybaroque.org.uk
C  David Morgan  Tel: 01722 339788  Email: info@salisburybaroque.org.uk
P  Salisbury Baroque Concert Society

Monday 5
Salisbury Recorded Music Society  7.30 pm  
Talk with CDs: Jon Hampton - Earth, Air, Fire and Water
Venue: Off St Ann St. Details: www.salisburyrms.org or 01722 328901

Saturday 10
Salisbury City Hall  7.30 pm  
ORCHESTRAL CONCERT SALISBURY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Salisbury Symphony Orchestra
David Halls  Conductor
David Le Page  Violinist            
Egmont Overture  Beethoven
Violin Concerto  Brahms
Symphony No 6 ( The Pathetique)  Tchaikovsky
C  Edward Rippier  Tel: 01722 323778  Email: erippier@hotmail.com

Friday 16
Salisbury Museum  6.00 pm  
Zeitgeist Chamber Orchestra
Zeitgeist Chamber Orchestra
Sam Poppleton  Conductor
Octet in Eb op.20  Mendelssohn
Plus music by  Gershwin, Schoenberg & Miles Davis
The Zeitgeist Chamber Orchestra are a group of young musicians who move seamlessly between styles, genres and musical eras. Conducted by their founder Sam Poppleton, they share an appetite for juxtaposing familiar and adventurous repertoire for between 10-20 instrumentalists. Recent performances have included Mozart’s Gran Partita at Clifton International Festival of Music, Bach's St John Passion at Ely Cathedral in aid of the Oxfam Syria Crisis Appeal and Arnold Schoenberg's rarely heard masterpiece Chamber Symphony no.1 at various venues across London and the south of England. This special performance at the museum promises to be an exceptional evening of music-making, with the opportunity to see the Brian Graham exhibition and enjoy a glass of wine beforehand.
T  £16 members; £18 non-members. Booking required  Salisbury Museum  Tel: 01722 332151    
P  Salisbury Museum

Saturday 17
Salisbury Cathedral  5.00 pm  
SMS - Bach St Matthew Passion
Salisbury Musical Society
Chelsea Opera Group Orchestra
David Halls  Conductor
St Matthew Passion   Bach
C  Mrs Sue Blyth  Tel: 01722 500541  Email: sue_blyth@ntlworld.com

Sunday 18
St Thomas’s Church, Salisbury  6.00 pm  
St Thomas's Choir 'Music for Passion Sunday'
St Thomas's Church Choir
T  Admission free (retiring collection)        
C  John Dempster    Email: dempster497@btinternet.com

Monday 19
Salisbury Recorded Music Society  7.30 pm  
Talk with CDs: Peter Curbishley - Shostakovich and his life
Venue: Off St Ann St. Details: www.salisburyrms.org or 01722 328901

Friday 23
Sarum College, 19 The Close, Salisbury SP1 2EESarum College Chapel  12.45 pm  
Sarum College Chapel Lunchtime Recital
http://www.sarum.ac.uk/college-community/special-events/lunchtime-concerts
An-Ting Chang  piano            
Inspired by Animals: includes Saint-Saëns 'Carnival of the Animals'  
CHANGED ARTIST & PROGRAMME. Please note that the December 2017 and March 2018 concerts of this season have swapped dates.
T  £11  Sarum College  Tel: 01722 424826    Email: aogden@sarum.ac.uk
C  Alison Ogden  Tel: 01722 424826  Email: aogden@sarum.ac.uk

Saturday 24
Walker Hall, Leehurst Swan School  7.30 pm  
Salisbury Concert Band Spring Concert
Salisbury Concert Band
Chris Holmes  Conductor
T  Admission Free (retiring collection)        
C  David Edwards    Email: edwardsgomeldon@btinternet.com

Salisbury Museum  2.30 pm  
Harp recital by Stephanie Liney
Come and be transported into a world of medieval and Celtic music performed on the harp by Stephanie Liney. The recital will feature some of Stephanie's own compositions inspired by Dorset’s history and coastline, alongside traditional Scottish and Irish music and the first piece of written music for the harp. Performance time – 45 minutes.
T  £6 members; £8 non-members. Booking required.  Salisbury Museum  Tel: 01722 332151    
P  Salisbury Museum

Sunday 25
Bemerton Methodist Church, Roman Road, Salisbury, SP2 9BH  3.00 pm  
The Glory of Easter
New Sarum Singers
Keith Thomasson  Musical Director
The New Sarum Singers' Palm Sunday Concert this year features JW Peterson's cantata "The Glory of Easter". John Willard Peterson (1921–2006) had a major influence on evangelical Christian music in the 1950’s and through to the 1970’s in the United States of America. He wrote over 1000 songs, and 35 cantatas. Admission and parking are free. There will be a retiring collection in aid of a local charity.
T  Free admission    Tel: 1722324911    Email: newsarumsingers@virginmedia.com
C  Eric Ralph  Tel: 01722324911  Email: eric.ralph@virginmedia.com

Saturday 31
United Reformed Church, Fisherton Street  7.30 pm  
Salisbury Chamber Music Club. Young Professional Recital
Katie Salomon - Harp & Patrick Flanaghan - Oboe / Cor Anglais