LINCOLN MUSIC CLUB
Friday, March 22nd at 7.30pm
LINCOLN MINSTER SCHOOL RECITAL HALL
Beethoven’s Sonata opus 2, no 3 in C
Set of pieces by Rachmaninov, Debussy and Nagy.
Pianist: Erwin Nagy:
New work composed and performed by Ted Mair & Chris Mitchell
‘Equinox 2013’ for Jazz quintet
Composed and performed by Colin Dudman and featuring:
Tom Whitworth (Trumpet )
Nic Svarc (Guitar) Peter Barnaby (Double Bass)
Andrew Wood (Drums)
Friday, March 22nd at 7.30pm LINCOLN MINSTER SCHOOL RECITAL HALL, Upper Lindum St, Lincoln LN2 5RW
Ticket Prices; Adults £10, Concessions £9, Students £5
All members receive a 30% reduction on ticket prices.
Tickets can be obtained from:-Counterpoint, 38 Grantham Street, Lincoln LN2 1LW
Bailgate Post Office, Lincoln LN1 3AE Christine.firstname.lastname@example.org Tel. 01522 519447.
The Lincoln Music Club was originally formed by Colin Dudman in 2003 and ran successfully for four years presenting monthly concerts and lectures. Notable amongst these concerts were combined lectures and performances of Schoenberg’s melodrama Pierrot Lunaire and Stravinsky’s piano version of the Rite of Spring, featuring Ashley Wass. There were also memorable Jazz concerts, including performances by Guy Barker and Colin Dudman.
The re-launch of the Lincoln Music Club in 2013 retains the ethos of the original group which is to enhance the cultural life of Lincoln by promoting and facilitating the performance and appreciation of music, with a particular emphasis on encouraging and aiding local talented young musicians.
The club aims to provide an eclectic range of music and will continue to explore how music can be linked through lectures to other forms of art.
It is hoped that a programme of Master classes for talented music students will be arranged with visiting performers and links will be developed between schools, colleges, the universities and other music makers in the area.
The Club is a community music project run by volunteers amongst whom there are professional musicians and individuals who have considerable organisational experience. We are confident therefore the previous success of the group will be replicated and enhanced.
The Club is a registered member of ‘Making Music’; a national federation of Music Societies, which is a charitable organisation which supports and champions voluntary music.
As a newly formed music club we have no external financial support but aim to actively seek grants and funding through public bodies and private sponsorship.
Visit our website: www.lincolnmusicclub.org