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Nourish Festival | Craig Ogden with Judith Hall

When
Saturday September 1, 2018 at 19:30
Where
Church of St Peter, St Paul and St Thomas, Bovey Tracey
Tickets
£18 / £5 (under 18)
Other Sources: Devon Guild of Craftsmen, Bovey Tracey (in person only)
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  1. Lachrimae Pavan - John Dowland
  2. Sonatina - Sir Lennox Berkeley
  3. Asturias - Isaac Albéniz
  4. Sevilla, from Suite española No 1 Op 47 - Isaac Albéniz
  5. Nuages - Django Reinhardt
  6. Lough Caragh - Gary Ryan
  7. Rondo Rodeo - Gary Ryan
  8. Mouvements perpétuels Op 14 - Francis Poulenc
  9. Cave Painting - Phillip Houghton
  10. The Five Senses, for flute and guitar - Jonathan Lloyd
  11. Aria (Cantilena), from Bachianas brasileiras No 5 - Heitor Villa-Lobos
  12. L'histoire du tango (History of Tango) - Astor Piazzolla

Two concerts for the price of one: solo guitar - then guitar and flute. Old meets new, Europe meets Latin America in a programme full of variety. Craig Ogden, one of the UK's top classical guitarists, will take the stage with a set which takes us from the sixteenth century to the present day, from classic Spanish works through the 'gipsy jazz' of Django Reinhardt to Lennox Berkeley's fantastic little Sonatina from the 1950s. After the interval he will be joined by Judith Hall - former Principal Flute at the Royal Opera House - for an equally varied journey, setting off from France and heading for the sensuality and rhythm of Latin America ... with a few surprises in between.

Judith Hall and Craig Ogden have a natural affinity which makes their performances together quite exceptional. They have performed as far afield as the Bahamas and throughout Britain to great critical acclaim, including festivals such as Newbury Spring, Calstock, Ryedale, Little Biggar, Budleigh Salterton and Salisbury International Festival: after the latter, the Director Maria Bota reported 'great feedback from the audience, several of whom said it was the highlight of the Festival'.

As you can see, their programmes are lively and intriguing, mixing better-known music with contemporary and exotic pieces. This promises to be another great Nourish concert!


Venue
Church of St Peter, St Paul and St Thomas
Bradley Road
Bovey Tracey
Devon
TQ13 9EP
England
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