Kettering Concerts

Kettering Concerts


Kettering Concert 2004-11-14

Musica Dolce
Llewellyn Cartwright (recorders), Don Cartwright (recorders and oboe), Alan Greenlees (bassoon), Victoria Burley (spinet), Marilyn Smith (guest mezzo soprano)

Bravo Baroque!


Programme:

  • Suite in D Minor – Johann Christoph Schulze (1733-1813)
  • Fantasia – Christopher Gibbons (1615-1676)
  • Capriccio – Giovanni Battista Vitali (1632-1692)
  • Cantata - Fuori di sua Capanna - Cantata for alto voice. alto recorder and basso continuo – Girolamo Bononcini (1670-1747)
  • Trio Sonata in C Minor – Johann Joachim Quantz (1697-1773)
  • Toccata – Johann Jakob Froberger (1616-1667)
  • “O, Let Me Weep” from The Fairy Queen – Henry Purcell (1659-1695)
  • The Wedding of the Hen and the Cuckoo – Marco Uccellini (1610-1680)
  • Trio Sonata in C Major TWV 42:C2 – Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767)
Sunday 14 November 2004, 2pm
Kettering Community Hall
Tickets available at door $5.00
Stay for the post-concert afternoon tea, meet and chat with the musicians.

Llewellyn Cartwright

Llewellyn has played recorder and piano for many years. She has also played viola and guitar, but the recorder remains her favourite. She studied music at Sydney University and is a Senior Lecturer and Head of Art Theory at the Tasmanian School of Art.


Don Cartwright

Don studied as an oboist at the NSW Conservatorium, and has also played most other woodwinds and some brass. He has worked in many aspects of the musical world, including orchestral oboist, army musician and bandmaster, and instrument repairer. Don presently devotes his time to recorder and oboe making.


Alan Greenlees

Alan began his career with degrees in Chemistry. He joined the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra as an oboist. Alan retired recently after 25 years, and now pursues his other musical passion, the bassoon.


Victoria Burley

Victoria was three times state winner in the piano section of the ABC Concerto and Vocal competitions. She studied in Hobart, and at Zurich and Basel in Switzerland. Victoria taught at the Tasmanian Conservatorium of Music from 1974 – 1998. Victoria now teaches privately, and is active as a soloist, accompanist, and chamber music player.


Marilyn Smith

Marilyn began her career at the Tasmanian Conservatorium of Music, and continued study and teaching in Melbourne and London. She appeared in more than sixty operas in Europe. Marilyn now lectures in Voice at the Tasmanian Conservatorium, and is a well-known and respected concert artist.




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