See one of our big local bands stage the first of a series on concerts at the Sutton Hall Stockcross just a short run down the A4
Cello Masterclass and concert 9 April the magical cello playing of Gerard Leclerc, to include a masterclass for young musicians, a children’s concert and the grand finale, an evening concert. Our format for a number of musical events this year, where talented young local musicians play with a professional artist, followed by the opportunity to enjoy an outstanding concert.
Gabriel Fauré, Clair de Lune, Op 46 no 2
Claude Debussy, Beau Soir
Gabriel Fauré, Elegie (c. 1883)
Jules Massenet, Thaïs, (Meditation)
Robert Schumann, Stücke im Volkston, Op 102
Nicht schnell, mit viel Ton zuspielen
Nicht zu rasch
Stark und markiert
Pre Show Food is available between 6.30pm – 7.00pm before the main concert at 7.30pm
Duck Shepherd’s Pie with Sweet Potato Topping, Braised Peas & Dressed Leaves or
Vegetable Filo Pie, Parmentier Potatoes, Mixed Leaf Salad
Tickets available from Hungerford Bookshop or to purchase online Click Here
8.00 pm The Croft Hall Hungerford, Bar from 7.30 pm Tickets £6
Tickets are available online Click Here or from the Hungerford Bookshop from the 1 March
Come and have a great time enjoying an evening of music, based on books you know and many you won’t and have the opportunity to buy the books and hear about the next batch of Arts for Hungerford events. Most importantly relax with a beer and wine, some old friends or new friends and have a great evening.
The Bookshop Band are unique. They write songs exclusively inspired by books. They formed as part of the author events at local muti-award winning independent bookshop, Mr Bs Emporium Of Reading Delights. When an author comes in to do an author event, the band read their book before hand and write two songs inspired by it, to be performed in front of the author and audience at the start of the event.
Three years later, the band have written 100 songs inspired by books
The events at Mr Bs remain the core of the band’s songwriting, but the songs and their performances have taken the band all over the UK, playing in many of the nation’s bookshops, as well as overseas to Ireland and mainland Europe. They are regularly featured on the BBC, and their songs are starting to grace the airwaves Europe, Canada, Australia, the US and Mexico!
“Really fabulous new music” Bob Harris – BBC Radio 2
“There is something incredibly moving about hearing a song that has been inspired by that story from your head. It is like seeing your children do something without them knowing you are watching. The book acquires a life of its own. It made me cry listening to The Bookshop Band’s Harold and Maureen songs. The beauty, the tenderness, and the independence of them. That is something I will never forget.” Rachel Joyce, author