Clarinettist Charlotte Dunling is well know to Wiltshire Rural Music, having led the wonderful Chamber Winds group we have here each week. She developed an interest in community music during her Undergraduate Music Degree at Bath Spa University, with particular interest in music and young people.
Charlotte also took part in WRM's Music on the Move day, thrilling audiences in such places as Colerne, Castle Combe and Yatton Keynell, showing her incredible versatility as a live performer.
Emma is a clarinettist based in Cardiff where she is currently studying for her MMus in Performance at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. Over the past five years Emma has thoroughly enjoyed exploring the diverse and extensive repertoire of the clarinet, and finds immense joy in communicating the stories and emotions which wind their way through the music she performs. She graduated in 2017 with the Solo Performance Award following her performance of Artie Shaw’s joyful Clarinet Concerto in the Bath Assembly Rooms. Her other recent performance highlights include Krommer’s Concerto for Two Clarinets with the university orchestra and the solo recital she gave as part of her final year at university. Now in the middle of her first year of postgraduate studies, Emma is looking forward to further developing her own musical voice and continuing to engage and inspire audiences from all backgrounds with her playing.
Crusell- Duet No. 3
Paul Reade- Victorian Kitchen Garden Suite (Prelude and Summer)
Cahuzac- Pastorale Cevenole
Krommer- Concerto for two clarinets.
For everything except the Crusell duet, Charlotte and Emma with accompanied on piano by the wonderful Maria Garcia
Ebonite Clarinet ensemble - music for a Sunday afternoon.
Sunday 17th November, 3pm
St. Michael’s Church, The Knap, Hilperton, BA14 7RJ
Tickets on the door, £5 (in aid of Church funds)
Refreshments by donation in aid of WRM Young Person’s Bursary
White Doves is a small, friendly performance choir, open to singers who enjoy performing and who are interested in promoting peace through music. We sing a wide variety of songs, sacred and secular, joyful and contemplative, from around the globe.
“…a heart warming and unforgettable musical experience…”
“… a beautiful warm, full sound…”
2018 highlights included: Bradford Roots Festival; 100 Choirs event at Bristol Temple Meads; lunchtime recitals at Salisbury Cathedral and Bath Abbey and a moving concert marking the centenary of the end of WW1.
We are also thrilled to welcome cellist Theresa Cole and students from the St Laurence School Cello Ensemble, who have been given permission to take the afternoon off to come and entertain us on this special festive Tune@Noon.
It promises to be a fantastic afternoon's music, so make sure you book tickets early to avoid mission out.
£1 dementia friendly (carers go free)
Under 16's: FREE
All tickets include a cup of tea and some cake.
Book early, as these events are always extremely popular.
Back by popular demand, don't miss our Baroque String workshops with Alison Townley. The workshop will cover the Baroque playing styles, techniques, repertoire and more!
Our WRM Baroque Bows will be available to use during the workshop and available for hire after the workshop.
Bringing the palace of Versailles to 113 Gloucester Road,
Open to all intermediate/advanced string players!
Tickets: £25 (includes refreshments) £20 WRM members
Book your place today as places are limited!