London SW13 9HL
This celebratory concert brings together works from many of the composers who have lived and worked in Barnes. Stephen Dodgson’s 100th anniversary is celebrated with his Trumpet Concerto – his last work, written in 2011 – and the trumpeter he wrote it for, Imogen Whitehead. A festival with the theme of legends which celebrates Holst’s 150th anniversary would not be complete without The Planets. Both Jim Parker and Carl Davis sadly died last year and their lives are marked by the popular pieces they wrote respectively for Midsomer Murders and Pride & Prejudice. Current star composers Howard Goodall and Roxanna Panufnik bring some of their latest pieces to the concert platform.
Gustav Holst arr. George Morton The Planets
Performance by Barnes Young Musician of the Year winner
Carl Davis “Pride and Prejudice” or “Champions”
Jim Parker Midsomer Murders Theme
Stephen Dodgson Trumpet Concerto
Roxanna Panufnik Lament for a Bulgarian Dancing Bear
Howard Goodall “Bright manner” from Unconditional Love
Tickets available via the Barnes Music Festival website.
Black tie encouraged, champagne available.