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Gospels and spiritual singing workshop

Friday 17th March 2017, 7.30pm – 9.15pm

Brighton & Hove Centre for Spirituality Presents: Gospels and spiritual singing workshop

Join us for this rich and nourishing evening of joyous shared singing in the magnificent setting of All Saints Church. Come and sing spirit-raising gospels and toe-tapping spirituals. These uplifting melodies and glorious harmonies are all taught by ear, and no experience is necessary. The workshop is led by Delia Rosenboom, an acapella choir leader and natural voice practitioner, and a great favourite at the Brighton & Hove Centre for Spirituality. An evening guaranteed to make your soul smile.

Tickets available on the door: £10 / £7 concessions.

Mindfulness and Christian Spirituality

Brighton & Hove Centre for Spirituality presents: Mindfulness and Christian Spirituality

Saturday 8 April, 10.30am-4.30pm

Mindfulness means awareness, a lucid and appreciative ‘knowing’ what we are doing as we are doing it. Join us for an introductory day of mindfulness practice. The day will be led by Anglican priest and celebrated author of the book, Mindfulness and Christian Spirituality. Making Space for God. Come and explore what mindfulness has to offer Christianity; we will do this primarily through the experience of simple mindfulness practices. Through the practices, Tim will also reflect on such questions as: Can mindfulness help us to find the stillness of God in the storm? Can mindfulness help us to know God’s will? Can mindfulness help us to love our neighbours and our enemies? The day is aimed at those who have an interest in mindfulness and the gifts it offers Christian Spirituality. No prior experience of mindfulness required; experienced practitioners of mindfulness are also welcome.

Tim Stead is an Anglican priest and Area Dean in the Oxford Diocese. He has practiced Christian forms of contemplative prayer for 30 years and is an accredited Mindfulness teacher at the Oxford Mindfulness Centre, the only priest in the Church of England to have done this training.

Tickets must be bought in advance through Eventbrite: £25 standard, £15 concessions. Numbers are limited so advanced booking is recommended.

The Gospel of Matthew by Candlelight, George Dillon

Saturday 8th April, 7.30pm
and

GOOD FRIDAY 14th April, 7.30pm

Experience a stunning, virtuoso delivery of the greatest story ever told… as Jesus’s followers first heard it… in a darkness illuminated purely by candlelight and the Word!

Acclaimed by critics and audiences throughout the UK, award-winning actor George Dillon is presenting an unforgettable vision of Jesus in churches across Brighton, London and the South East during Lent this year as he performs a higly intense, very human and occasionally humorous solo staging of his own translation of the first Gospel, by candlelight, with 25% of the ticket sales going to support local homeless charities.

Tickets available on door or in advance from ticketsource.co.uk/dillon 0333666366
25% of ticket sales will go to: The Brighton & Hove Churches Night Shelter providing accommodation and food to the homeless in Brighton.

Chineke Orchestra

Saturday 6 May, 5pm

BRIGHTON FESTIVAL PRESENTS: CHINEKE! ORCHESTRA

“Few ensembles are as exciting as the Chineke! Orchestra, and it’s not just for the brilliance of its playing. Established to provide opportunities for the cream of Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) talent, it is quite literally changing the face of classical music by drawing on the artistry of exceptional BME musicians from throughout Europe.

Dynamic young conductor Jonathon Heywood kicks off with a joyous overture by the first notable composer of African ancestry, the Guadalupean Chevalier de Saint-Georges (1745–99). The sensational cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason, who caused a huge stir as BBC Young Musician 2016 and recently performed at the BAFTA Film Awards 2017, performs Haydn’s elegant First Cello Concerto, before the programme climaxes with the breezy geniality of beloved pieces by Elgar and Mozart”.

Jonathon Heyward  Conductor
Sheku Kanneh-Mason  Cello

Josephe Boulougne (Chevalier de Saint-Georges)  Overture, L’Amant anonyme
Haydn  Cello Concerto No 1 in C major
Elgar  Serenade for Strings in E minor Op 20
Mozart  Symphony No 29 in A major K201

Tickets: £20, Under 26s £10, Festival Standby £10. To book click here

Apples and Snakes

Sunday 7 May, 7pm

BRIGHTON FESTIVAL PRESENTS: APPLES AND SNAKES

In Their Shoes with Patience Agbabi, Dizraeli, Tommy Sissons and more

“Open your ears and hearts to the power of words with artists from England’s leading promoter of performance poetry and spoken word.

Patience Agbabi is a renowned poet on the international literary circuit. Author of four books and former Poet Laureate of Canterbury, she has recently taken part in Refugee Tales, a book that reflects on the dangerous journeys made by people fleeing war.

Dizraeli is a rapper, multi-instrumentalist and sometime singer. He has recently composed a soundtrack for E4, spent a week in the refugee camp at Calais and travelled to Senegal to study West African music. His latest ep, Eat My Camera, addresses migration, injustice, consumer London and Palestine.

Brighton-born Tommy Sissons is a national poetry slam champion whose work deals with topics such as the impact of politics on youth culture and working class values. He’s worked with the BBC and is a regular feature poet on Channel 4’s ‘Four to the Floor’.

There will also be readings of the five specially commissioned In Their Shoes poems written by selected poets and performed live for the first time.”

Tickets: £15, Festival Standby £10 Click here to book your tickets.

Sarah Connolly

Thursday 11 May, 7.30pm

BRIGHTON FESTIVAL PRESENTS: Sarah Connolly, Mezzo-Soprano 

Joseph Middleton, piano

Schumann, Frauenliebe und -leben
Berlioz, Les nuits d’été
Poulenc, Banalités
Copland, Poems of Emily Dickinson
Bennett, The History of the Thé Dansant

“A rare festival opportunity to hear one of the great vocal artists of our time in a recital which encapsulates her stunning versatility.

Joined by pianist Joseph Middleton, Sarah Connolly juxtaposes the exquisitely drawn sensibilities of Schumann’s charting of a woman’s life, from awakening love to widowhood, against the sensuous sound world of Berlioz’s Les nuits d’été, permeated by lost love. Poulenc, Copland and Richard Rodney Bennet offer a perfect 20th century balance for this unmissable recital.”

Tickets: £18.50, Festival Standby £10

To book tickets click here

 

If I Could I Would

Friday 12 May 7pm & Sat 13 May 5pm

BRIGHTON FESTIVAL PRESENTS: CIRCUS MIMBRE

 “If I Could I Would is a fast-paced piece of physical theatre featuring virtuoso acrobatics, imagination and humour that recognises it sometimes takes a superhuman effort to rise above the relentless demands of everyday urban life.

An all-female cast plays an array of familiar characters in a day where coffee is spilled, the commute is a trial, street-life is a threat and office politics get under the skin. From everywoman to superwoman, the show delivers a heart-warming message to everyone about resilience in the face of the everyday grind. If you could, what would you change?”

Tickets: £12, Under 16s £8, Festival Standby £10

To book your tickets click here

Brighton Youth Orchestra

Sunday 14 May, 5pm

BRIGHTON FESTIVAL PRESENTS: BRIGHTON YOUTH ORCHESTRA

Music from around the World

Andrew Sherwood conductor
Wai Sing Fat dizi (Chinese flute)

With young voices from across the City of Brighton & Hove, led by Travis Baker and Lee Reynolds

Chen Pei Xun Symphony No 2, ‘Ching Ming Memorial’

In collaboration with Glyndebourne, Brighton Youth Orchestra and a host of young singers perform works for young voices alongside Wai Sing Fat, a virtuoso on the dizi, or bamboo flute. An extravaganza of international music.

Tickets: £10, Concessions £7, Under 16s £5

To book tickets click here

Brighton Festival Youth Choir

Friday 19 May, 6.30pm

BRIGHTON FESTIVAL PRESENTS: BRIGHTON FESTIVAL YOUTH CHORUS

Letter from America: American folksongs and popular songs

Music director Juliette Pochin

RR Bennett, Letters to Lindbergh
Copland, Ching-a-Ring-Chaw, Simple Gifts

 Emily Dickinson poems arr. Morgan Pochin and Laura Farrell

The USA provides the theme for our youth choir’s showcase concert celebrating the rich heritage of the great American Songbook. From Copland’s Shaker inspired Simple Gifts (from Appalachian Spring) to RR Bennett’s Letters, written after he moved to New York, this concert comes from the heart of America.

Tickets: £10 click here to book

Belem

Friday 19 May, 9.30pm

BRIGHTON FESTIVAL PRESENTS: BELEM

Didier Laloy  diatonic accordion
Kathy Adam  cello

A striking combination of cello and accordion, the duo Belem draws on folk, tango and classical traditions to take chamber music in fresh directions.

Belem is a meeting of the unexpected: a striking combination of placid cello and rhythmic, edgy accordion which captures a new sound and spirit for the 21st century whilst respecting its folk, tango and classical roots. The result is both reflective and edgy, sensuous and strongly rhythmic, melancholic and fast-paced, spontaneous and considered. The duo’s charismatic physical presence, combined with its unique musical style, draws its audience in and takes them on a magical, musical journey.

Tickets: £17.50, Festival Standby £10. To book tickets click here

Sussex Symphony Orchestra

Saturday 20 May, 7:30pm

Festival ‘Tchaikfest’

“Our favourite and brilliant soloist, Simon Ballard will follow Romeo & Juliet and after the interval, the emotionally charged Symphony No. 6, the ‘Pathetique’ will be our main course. An evening eagerly anticipated and one at which the SSO will not disappoint.

Tchaikovsky Overture ‘Romeo & Juliet’

Tchaikovsky Piano concerto No.1 in B flat minor, Op.23

Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 6 in B minor, The ‘Pathetique’, Op.27

Soloist Simon Ballard

Conductor Mark Andrew James

Tickets: Standard £15, Concessions £12, NUs and under 16s £5, Family ticket (2 adults, 2 children) £30. To book tickets click here.

Doric String Quartet

Friday 26 May, 7:30pm

BRIGHTON FESTIVAL PRESENTS: DORIC STRING QUARTET

Haydn – String Quartet in C major Op 64 No 1, Hob III:65
Brahms – String Quartet in C minor Op 51 No 1
John Adams – Haydn John’s Book of Alleged Dances (selection), String Quartet in E-flat major Op 64, No 6, Hob III:64

Widely hailed as a leading quartet of its generation, the Doric String Quartet is noted for its fresh approach and the depth of its interpretation. The ensemble spans the history of the string quartet, from the Classical poise of Haydn (known as ‘the father of the string quartet’) to John Adams’s contemporary wit.

Haydn’s Op 64 quartets are intimate pieces with a relaxed tunefulness — a bracing contrast to the rich textures and restless intensity of Brahms’s C minor quartet. John Adams says that his dances were ‘alleged’ ‘because the steps for them had yet to be invented’. Dry, droll and sardonic in tone, they bring the artform bang up to date.

Tickets: £18.50, Festival Standby £10. Click here to book your tickets.