• 30th Jul 2022
  • 3:00pm
  • £20.00

about this event


This concert is an outdoor event: In the garden at Upper House Ewhurst Green GU6 7RS

Free entry for a maximum of two children under the age of 16 per adult.

This concert is fundraising for Cranleigh Arts and Ewhurst Infant school.


Please come prepared for inclement weather – we hope for glorious sunshine in which case hats and sun cream but there is the possibility of a rain so raincoats and umbrellas may be needed.

Customers to provide own food, drink, picnic blankets or chairs.

No gazebos, wind breakers or anything that would disrupt the view/experience of other customers.

The concert will go ahead in all but the most severe weather. In the event of cancellation, all efforts will be made to notify customers in advance.


Programme

Bela Bartok Romanian Folk Dances (9 ‘)

Ciaran Farrell The Shannon Suite (17‘)

Manuel de Falla Danse Espagnole (4 ‘)

Interval

Astor Piazzolla Histoire du Tango/ Three movements (19 ‘)

Manuel de Falla Siete Canciones populares Española (15 ‘)


Jonathan Radford

One of the leading classical saxophonists of his generation, Jonathan Radford is in high demand internationally as a soloist and chamber musician. A prize winner in multiple international competitions, Jonathan was notably named Commonwealth Musician of the Year and Gold medal winner at the 2018 Royal Over-Seas League Music Competition. He has performed at major venues internationally including Wigmore Hall, Southbank Centre, Bridgewater Hall Manchester, Seoul Arts Center South Korea, Grieg Hall Bergen, and Philharmonie de Paris. Jonathan studied at the Paris Conservatoire (CNSM), before continuing his studies at Royal College of Music London, graduating with an Artist Diploma as the 2018 Mills Williams Junior Fellow. He is a Vandoren Paris and Henri Selmer Paris Saxophone Artist.


Michael Durrant

Acknowledged as “A forerunner in the new generation of classical guitarists” (BBC Radio 3), Michael Christian Durrant is one of the UK's finest and most creative young musicians, with concerts ranging from intimate solo recitals to large-scale concerto performances. Michael collaborates regularly, and has performed with a wide range of artists, including the violinist Alexander Markov, the pianist Nico de Villiers, and the flamenco guitarist Samuel Moore.   Michael studied classical guitar with Maestro Carlos Bonell, professor of guitar at the Royal College of Music (RCM), London and Maestro Giulio Tampalini at Accademia della Chitarra di Brescia in Italy. He is currently completing his PhD at the RCM and is the grateful recipient of a full doctoral scholarship. Michael plays a 2008 Greg Smallman concert guitar.


Ewhurst Church of England 

For over 175 years, Ewhurst Church of England Infant School has been at the heart of our community. We warmly welcome children between the ages of four and seven, and help them thrive through a cutting-edge curriculum that offers challenge and choice. The last year has seen a major change in our core criteria for phonics teaching, which has meant a new phonics programme for our school. This required new software programmes for in classroom teaching and the need to match the programme with suitable reading books. The monies raised will be used to purchase a wide range of books in line with this new programme, accessible to children of all abilities. Developing skills for life in the nurturing environment of our Infant school, using our indoor and outside classrooms, swimming pool and forest school, provides an exceptional first three years for a child’s education, providing children with the necessary independence and confidence to start their educational journey.


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