Thursday 10 July

1.00pm St Lawrence’s Church

David ScottLunchtime Recital Series

David Scott trumpet
Roger Owens piano

Bach Sarabande & Gigue from Cello Suite no. 2
Torelli Concerto in D
Neruda Largo from Concerto in Eb
Glazunov Albumblatt
Bernstein Rondo for Lifey

Trumpeter David Scott was formerly a student on Peter Symond’s Hampshire Specialist Music Course. He regularly gives recital and concerto performances across the country, alongside a busy orchestral and teaching career. Keen to emphasise the lyric, musical qualities of the trumpet, David’s performances are technically accomplished and musically insightful.

Supported by The Friends of Music in Winchester

Tickets: £7 (£5 students) Book Online

7.00pm Guildhall

Baroness Julia Neuberger and The Dean of WinchesterBaroness Julia Neuberger

in conversation with The Dean of Winchester

Rabbi Baroness Julia Neuberger was only the second female rabbi in this country and the first worldwide to have a congregation of her own. She is a social commentator, writes and broadcasts regularly on a variety of religious issues and is the author of books on Judaism, healthcare ethics and caring for the dying. For this talk, Baroness Neuberger will be in conversation with The Very Reverend James Atwell, Dean of Winchester.

Sponsored by:
Shentons

Tickets: £12 Book Online

8.30pm Cathedral Quire

Gabriel Woolf and Southern VoicesSongs and Sonnets of Shakespeare

Gabriel Woolf narrator
Southern Voices, Katherine Dienes-Williams conductor

Vaughan Williams Three Shakespeare Songs
Frank Martin Songs of Ariel
George Shearing Songs & Sonnets of Shakespeare

In this Shakespeare anniversary year, Southern Voices’ familiar late evening appearance showcases three very different composers and their approach to the rich resource of poetry from several dramas. Coming at the verse from groundings in English folksong, Swiss art music and jazz, variety will be everything. Noted actor Gabriel Woolf will let more of the Bard’s genius shine out in readings from the sonnets and plays.

Tickets: £15 Book Online

Cathedral Box Office, Visitors' Centre,
The Close, Winchester SO23 9LS. Tel: 01962 857276
www.winchesterfestival.co.uk