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Bones Apart, Trombone Quartet
Jan 22 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Bones Apart, Trombone Quartet

Bones Apart      Trombone Quartet  January 22  11.30am  £18

 This highly acclaimed trombone quartet has performed its unique and diverse repertoire to audiences worldwide  and brings a wealth of performing experience at the highest level. Their programme, Wonder Women – Muses, Queens and Warriors  – includes music from composers as diverse as Hildegard von Bingen, Nadia Boulanger and Nina Simone.


Hildegard Von Bingen – O quam mirabilis 

Camilla de Rossi – Sant’ Alessio Suite 

Helen Vollam – Torc 

Nadia Boulanger – Chanson 

Lili Boulanger – Cortège 

Chiquinha Gonzaga – Lua Branca & Gaucho 

Angela Morley – Kehaar’s Theme

Joni Mitchell – Both Sides Now 

Nina Simone – Sinnerman 

Melba Liston – Blues Melba 

Sammy Fain – Songs from Calamity Jane 


Elua Percussion Duo
Feb 19 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Elua Percussion Duo

Elua Percussion are passionate about showcasing the art of percussion music and increasing its reach. This exciting young duo offer a very varied programme ranging from original percussion pieces by composers such as Gene Koshinski and Nebosja Jovan Zivkovic to arrangements of works by many other composers including the duo themselves.

Alexandra Whittingham  Guitar
Mar 5 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Alexandra Whittingham  Guitar

Alexandra Whittingham   Guitar  March 5  11.30am  £18

Over the last four years, guitarist Alexandra Whittingham has reached listeners worldwide, not only through concerts and competition successes but above all online, where her video performances of classical guitar repertoire have gained over 35 million YouTube views. Now she comes to Frome with a wonderful recital to include works by Francisco Tarrega, Heitor Villa Lobos, Ralph Towner and many more.

Programme TBC

2 hour special concert: Pocket Sinfonia
Mar 12 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
2 hour special concert: Pocket Sinfonia

2 hour special concert: Pocket Sinfonia Sunday March 12th, 3pm, Doors open 2.15

Pocket Sinfonia is going to play symphonies by Haydn and Mozart! Hard to believe that a piano, violin, flute and cello can do this but these four highly skilled musicians somehow manage to create the sound of a whole orchestra while maintaining the intimacy of a chamber ensemble. Hearing is believing – don’t miss it!


Fanny Hensel née. Mendelssohn: Overture in C major 

  1. Haydn arr. M Clementi: Symphony 101 in B-flat major 



Mendelssohn arr. E. Corr: Nocturne and Scherzo from A Midsummer Night’s Dream 

Mozart arr. J.N. Hummel: Symphony 35 in D ‘Haffner’ 

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