Music in Salisbury  Event Listing, July 2018

Saturday 7
Bemerton Methodist Church, Roman Road, Salisbury, SP2 9BH  7.30 pm  
Summer Rhapsody
New Sarum Singers
Keith Thomasson  Musical Director
The New Sarum Singers have a full and varied musical confection for this evening. Their wide ranging repertoire, from Cum Decore and Linden Lea to Shoshone Love Song and Barbara Ann, this will be a relaxing and enjoyable musical event for the whole family. Free admission and parking with free refreshments available during the interval with a retiring collection in aid of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI - the charity that saves lives.
T  Free admission    Tel: 1722324911    Email: newsarumsingers@virginmedia.com
C  Eric Ralph  Tel: 01722324911  Email: eric.ralph@virginmedia.com

Sarum Academy     All Day 10 - 17.00
Salisbury Community Choir Come & Sing
Salisbury Community Choir
Jeremy Backhouse  

Salisbury Cathedral  7.30 pm  
The Angel & The Fallen Concert
St John's Singers
The Band of the Scots Guards
Major Ian Johnson  
Laura Wright              
Presented by Alastair Stewart. In aid of The Royal British Legion. Although World War One was a world war, most of the fighting was confined to a few key areas, which are usually referred to as the Western Front, the Eastern Front, the Italian Front, Gallipoli and the War at Sea. The Angel & The Fallen will take you on a journey through these theatres to witness the sacrifice and destruction; to witness the aftermath. An aftermath, which seeks to emphasise the effects of war, honouring our service personnel in the difficult tasks they faced to secure peace in our time.
T  From £15  https://www.cathedralconcerts.co.uk/  Tel: 01725 512799    
P  John Underhill MBE

Sunday 8
The Guildhall, Salisbury  4.00 pm  
Salisbury Baroque: John Marsh - Salisbury Symphonies Attended by the Mayor and Mayoress of Salisbury. The concert will be followed by the unveiling of a "Blue Plaque" at Middleton and Mayor (18.15)
Salisbury Baroque
Catherine Martin              
Symphony No.1   John Marsh
Conversation Symphony   John Marsh
Symphony No.8   John Marsh
Trio  Giardini
Quintet  Boccherini
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

Friday 13
Compton Marbling, Lower Lawn Barn, Fonthill Gifford, SP3 6SG  7.30 pm  18:45-21:45
MidSummer Song - From Byrd to the Beatles with Cambridge choral scholars the Chetwynd Consort
Chetwynd Consort
Led by Cherubim Musician Harry Bradford, the Chetwynd Consort comprises Cambridge choral scholars from King’s, Trinity and Jesus colleges. Their repertoire spans renaissance polyphony, folk song, jazz standards and popular hits.
T  £28 before 1 June. £30 thereafter  http://cherubimtrust.org/ & Tisbury PO  Tel: 01747 870070    Email: mms@cherubimtrust.org
P  Cherubim Music Trust

Saturday 14
St Martins Church  7.30 pm  
"On the lake hung a golden haze"
Two Pianos
Nicholas Woods & Gill Bolton              
Piano Concerto no.1 in C major op.15  Beethoven
Piano Concerto no.2 in G minor op. 22  Saint Saens
Concertino op.94  Shostakovich
Jupiter from The Planets  Holst
Scaramouche  Milhaud
Home made cakes included in ticket price.
T  £9 conc:, £6, family ticket £18  on the door or by telephoning 01722 333288  Tel: 01722333288    Email: tgzer@btinternet.com
C  Gill Bolton    

St Thomas's Church, Salisbury  12.15 pm  
Lunchtime Concert - ST THOMAS'S CHURCH JUNIOR CHOIR IN CONCERT (instrumental and vocal)
T  Free entry - retiring collection        

Sunday 15
St Martin’s Church, Salisbury  7.30 pm  
Gesualdo Six - Pre-Canada Concert Tour
Gesualdo Six
Owain Park  Director
The programme will feature works from the ensemble’s upcoming tour to Canada – an atmospheric programme of beautiful renaissance polyphony juxtaposed with contemplative modern choral works. “Revel in the gorgeous sounds, the spellbinding music, the programmes with something for everyone.” – John Rutter
T  £10, £5 students   https://helmtickets.com/events/1513/the-gesualdo-six-salisbury or on the door      

Wednesday 18
Salisbury Cathedral  9.15 pm  
The Southern Cathedrals Festival - Late Night Bach 1
Salisbury Cathedral Choir, Winchester Cathedral Choir and Chichester Cathedral Choir
Alistair Watson  pianist            
The Southern Cathedrals Festival is a unique musical partnership between the Cathedrals of Salisbury, Chichester and Winchester and involves the combined choirs of all three Cathedrals together with other distinguished performers. For details, see the SCF website. Late Night Bach 1 - enjoy the candlelit stillness of Salisbury Cathedral while listening to French Suites 1 & 2 being played on the Bluthner grand piano.
T  £15.00 to include glass of wine or fruit juice  Salisbury Playhouse box office from 16 May  Tel: 01722 320333    

St Thomas's Church, Salisbury  7.00 pm  
The St Edmund's Choir will present its summer concert at St Thomas's Church
T  £5.00  Thomas's parish office or St Edmund's School.      

Thursday 19
Salisbury Cathedral     
The Southern Cathedrals Festival
Salisbury Cathedral Choir, Winchester Cathedral Choir and Chichester Cathedral Choir
The Southern Cathedrals Festival is a unique musical partnership between the Cathedrals of Salisbury, Chichester and Winchester and involves the combined choirs of all three Cathedrals together with other distinguished performers. For details, see the SCF website. 11am 'Elgar, the Great War and Wood Magic' - lecture recital at Salisbury Cathedral School £16. 1.30pm 'Concert with Poetry' at Salisbury Cathedral £16. 4pm 'Youth in Music 1' at Salisbury Cathedral School £15. 6pm 'BBC Choral Evensong' 8pm 'Organ Recital with Big Screen' at Salisbury Cathedral £15. 9.30pm 'Late Night Bach 2' at Salisbury Cathedral £15.
T  From £15. Festival Programme £5  Salisbury Playhouse box office from 16 May  Tel: 01722 320333 from Monday 16 May until Wednesday 18 July    

Friday 20
Salisbury Cathedral     
The Southern Cathedrals Festival
Salisbury Cathedral Choir, Winchester Cathedral Choir and Chichester Cathedral Choir
The Southern Cathedrals Festival is a unique musical partnership between the Cathedrals of Salisbury, Chichester and Winchester and involves the combined choirs of all three Cathedrals together with other distinguished performers. For details, see the SCF website. 2pm 'Youth in Music 2' at Salisbury Cathedral School £15. 7pm 'Concert-Handel and Purcell' at Salisbury Cathedral £15-£25. 9.15pm 'Late Night Bach 3' at Salisbury Cathedral £15.
T  From £15. Festival Programme £5  Salisbury Playhouse box office from 16 May  Tel: 01722 320333 from Monday 16 May until Wednesday 18 July    

Saturday 21
Salisbury Cathedral     
The Southern Cathedrals Festival
Salisbury Cathedral Choir, Winchester Cathedral Choir and Chichester Cathedral Choir
The Southern Cathedrals Festival is a unique musical partnership between the Cathedrals of Salisbury, Chichester and Winchester and involves the combined choirs of all three Cathedrals together with other distinguished performers. For details, see the SCF website. 2pm 'Youth in Music 3' at St Thomas's Church £15. 6pm 'Concert - Brahms'at Salisbury Cathedral £15-£28.
T  From £15. Festival Programme £5  Salisbury Playhouse box office from 16 May  Tel: 01722 320333 from Monday 16 May until Wednesday 18 July    

St Thomas's Church, Salisbury  12.15 pm  
LUNCHTIME CONCERT - A MUSICAL FEAST - SONGS FROM JOHN DEMPSTER AND FRIENDS
T  FREE ENTRY - RETIRING COLLECTION         

Saturday 28
St Thomas's Church, Salisbury  12.15 pm  
SALISBURY BRITISH LEGION BAND
T  FREE ENTRY - RETIRING COLLECTION