Friday 2 December 2022 (6.00pm and 8.00pm)
Sounds and Sweet Airs
Celebrating 150 years of Vaughan Williams. Music for tenor voice, clarinet and piano
Clapham Clapham Chamber Concerts continues its 2022-23 season on Friday 2nd December, with a stunning programme of music for tenor voice, clarinet and piano. Presented by artistic director and clarinettist, Jonathan Parkin, the programme will celebrate the 150th anniversary of the birth of Ralph Vaughan Williams.
Jonathan will be joined by pianist, John Paul Ekins, a familiar face for CCC concert goers, and tenor, Alexander Hume, whose vocal ensemble Iscantores stunned audiences earlier this year at CCC. The programme will include a beautiful selection of vocal and instrumental music by Vaughan Williams, Arthur Bliss and John Ireland, as well as songs by our very own composer in residence, David Wallace.
Join us for an enchanted evening of music and song that’s not to be missed. Tickets can be booked in advance from our Eventbrite page using the button below. There will be two performances, at 6.00pm and 8.00pm at St Paul's Church, Rectory Grove, Clapham.
Tickets: £15.00, £12.00 concessions, £10.00 Friends of CCC, £5.00 children under 12.
Arthur Bliss - Two Nursery Rhymes
Edward Watson - Sounds and Sweet Airs: Songs from Shakespeare's 'The Tempest'
John Ireland - The Island Spell
Ralph Vaughan Williams - Ten Blake Songs (selections)
Arthur Bliss - Pastoral (for clarinet and piano)
David Wallace - Loving You is a Gilded Religion
The Tide Rises, The Tide Falls
Ralph Vaughan Williams - How Cold the Wind Doth Blow
Alexander Hume tenor
Jonathan Parkin clarinet
John Paul Ekins piano