Venue Great Hall
Running time 105
Artist(s) Divertimento Ensemble, Catherine Hamilton, Barbara Degener
Table Seating £18, Balcony and Side Benches £12
About this event
Sponsored by Kate Caddy and in aid of Rowcroft Hospice and Torbay Hospital’s Oncology Patients’ Fund, Divertimento Ensemble, Barbara Degener and Catherine Hamilton perform a programme featuring Brandenburgs, 8 cellos and Brazilian spice!
JS Bach – Suite No. 3 in C for unaccompanied cello
Villa-Lobos – Bachianas Brasileiras No. 1 for 8 cellos
JS Bach – Brandenburg Concerto No. 3
JS Bach – Brandenburg Concerto No. 6
Villa-Lobos – Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5 for soprano & 8 cellos
Bringing together some of the finest professionals around to perform music that they love to play.
Catherine Hamilton – soprano
A sparkling soprano voice with a superlative touch
Barbara Degener – cello
Barbara Degener studied in Germany with Wolfgang Borggrefe, Heinrich Schiff, William Pleeth (UK), Janos Starker (USA), Uzi Wiesel (Israel) and the Amadeus Quartet. Barbara teaches cello for Cornwall Music Service, performs with various ensembles and conducts the Atlantic String Orchestra in North Cornwall.
Sunday 16th September
Open daily 12.30 – 7pm
Phone: 01803 847070
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