Farley Music Festival 2020
16th – 21st June At All Saints’ Church – Farley
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Elena is a very talented young Austrian Violinist from Salzburg who has played with the London Philharmonic orchestra. With our own Salisbury based Nicholas Walker on Piano the concert
Wednesday June 17th Karim Said (Piano)
By popular demand a return to Farley – last visit 2012 – of this young but inspirational player. His program will contrast English music from the sixteenth and seventeenth century with a more romantic repertoire.
Thursday June 18th David Gray (Piano)
David is another world class returnee who wowed audiences with his playing of the Alkan concerto in 2013. David plays the organ as well as the piano and has toured the world in this capacity. His programme will include works by Chopin. This is a young player of brilliance who has performed in the USA (Los Angeles prize winner), Switzerland, Australia and New Zealand
Friday June 19th Mihayi Berecz (Piano)
A winner of the Berlin International Concerto Competition and the prodigious Manhattan International Music Competition, Mihayi is a very gifted and interesting young pianist in his fourth year at the Royal Academy of Music. As a winner of numerous prestigious competitions we are sure that the Farley audience will respond to his intelligence and warmth which will be displayed in his playing. Amongst other works Mihayi which will play Bach’s celebrated “Goldberg Variations”.
Saturday June 20th Diva Opera Company
Now in its 24th year, Diva Opera has earned an unrivalled reputation within the operatic world
and beyond. Giving around 40 performances annually, they are now ambassadors for chamber opera internationally. Their acclaimed productions tour throughout the United Kingdom and Europe and have been seen as far afield as Russia, Japan and South Africa. All works are presented in spectacular period costume and sung in their original language. Highlights for the company include a performance of La Cenerentola at La Fenice Opera House in Venice in 2004, The party scene from Die Fledermaus at the Royal Albert Hall, with José Carreras and Dame Kiri Te Kanawa as special guests and performances at the International Forum in Tokyo as part of the prestigious festival La Folle Journée. This year the company will tour extensively with new productions of Bizet’s Carmen and Mozart’s Don Giovanni.
Sunday June 21st – Evensong led by Canon Richard Chartres
To give thanks and close the festival, Evensong led by The Right Reverend and Right Honourable The Lord Richard Chartreswill take place at Farley All Saints.
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