Lumas Winds | Bridport, 19 July 2024
19 July @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Beth Stone, flute
Chris Vettraino, oboe
Benjamin Hartnell-Booth, french horn
Rennie Sutherland, clarinet
Florence Plane, bassoon
György Ligeti Six Bagatelles (1953)
Valerie Coleman Afro-Cuban Concerto (2001)
Antoní Dvořák String Quartet No 12 Op 96 (1893)
Dmitri Shostakovich Suite for Wind Quintet (arr. Palmquist)
Friday 19 July, 11.30AM
Bridport Arts Centre, South Street, Bridport, Dorset, DT6 3NR
Box Office: 01308 424901
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South Street, Bucky Doo Square, Bridport, DT6 3LF
Monday – Saturday – 10am – 3pm
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Alternative concert dates
Friday 19 July, 7.30AM
Ilminster Arts Centre, East Street, Ilminster, Somerset, TA19 0AN
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Saturday 20 July, 7.30PM
The Dance House, Gouldsbrook View, North Street, Crewkerne, TA18 7AL
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Sunday 21 July, 3PM
St Peter’s Church, High Street, Shaftesbury, SP7 8LY
Tickets are not available via this booking site.
The Shaftesbury Arts Centre Box Office will sell tickets for this concert.
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We welcome Lumas Winds to Concerts in the West.
Lumas Winds is a dynamic, young chamber ensemble based in London. Winners of the 71st Royal Over-Seas League Mixed Ensemble Prize in 2023, Lumas are committed ambassadors for wind chamber music and the rich variety of repertoire that it offers. The ensemble are Making Music’s Phillip and Dorothy Green Young Artists and will take up an Aldeburgh residency in March 2024 as Britten Pears Young Artists.
Alongside performing the classics of the repertoire Lumas enjoy exploring and making a case for works not currently in the canon but which deserve to be so. This is highlighted in the six hidden gems that will feature on their debut album due for release in late 2023 for Champs Hill Records. The disc brings together repertoire from every decade from 1960 to 2010 and includes three world premiere recordings of music by Sally Beamish, Gavin Higgins and Elizabeth Maconchy. Lumas won the Royal Academy of Music’s Historical Women Composers Prize in 2022 with its performance of the latter, a major discovery from the ensemble’s visit to the Maconchy archive at St. Hilda’s, Oxford.