WEDNESDAY 2 OCTOBER

PRE CONCERT TALK: 6.30PM

Holywell Music Room

Artistic Director Priya Mitchell sets the scene for the Festival and its musical theme in dialogue with cellist Matthew Barley.

MUSICAL INTRODUCTION

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HOW TO BOOK

Tickets: Free, doors open at 6.20pm
(Just turn up! Seats will be on a first come
first served basis)

WEDNESDAY 2 OCTOBER

EVENING CONCERT: 7.30PM

Holywell Music Room

FRANGHIZ ALI-ZADEH
(born 1947)
HABIL-SAYAGI FOR CELLO AND PREPARED PIANO

GEORGE ENESCU
(1881-1955)
IMPRESSIONS D’ENFANCE, OP.28 (1940)

SERGEI RACHMANINOV
(1873-1943)
CAPRICCIO ON GYPSY THEMES, OP.12 (1894) (CAPRICCIO BOHEMIEN)

VLADIMIR MENDELSSOHN
(born 1949)
EOS

ANTONIO VIVALDI
(1678-1741)
VARIATIONS ON LA FOLLIA, OP.1/12
VIOLIN CONCERTO IN D, RV208 ‘IL GROSSO MOGUL’

THE ARTISTS
Altstaedt, Arp, Barley, Beatson, Chorzelski, Drake, Durantel, Gringolts, Kudritskaya, Mitchell, Mourja

THE JOURNEY BEGINS…

‘For the Romany there exists only one rule: there are no rules’

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HOW TO BOOK

Tickets: £20 / Concessions: £18
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WEDNESDAY 2 OCTOBER

POST CONCERT DRINKS: approx. 9.30PM

Vaults and Garden Restaurant

A private post-concert celebration for Supporting Members of OCMF to join the musicians for
drinks and enjoy some more music. You will also be able to buy a fixed price buffet supper at the Vaults restaurant should you wish.

Encores and drinks

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HOW TO BOOK

Open only to OCMF Friends, Angels & Patrons
Please apply to the Friends office to attend this event.

THURSDAY 3RD OCTOBER

LUNCHTIME CONCERT: 1PM

Holywell Music Room

JENÖ HUBAY
(1858-1937)
HEJRE KATI; NO. 4 OF ‘SCENES FROM THE CZARDA’

ENRIQUE GRANADOS
(1867-1916)
EXQUISE…! GYPSY WALTZ

FRANZ WAXMAN
(1906-1967)
CARMEN FANTASIE

VITTORIO MONTI
(1868-1922)
CZÁRDÁS

VLADIMIR MENDELSSOHN
(born 1949)
HORROR STACCATO

ANTONÍN DVORÁK
(1841-1904)
GYPSY MELODIES OP.55 (SUNG IN CZECH)

ARNO BABADJANIAN
(1921-83)
VIOLIN SONATA IN B FLAT MINOR

THE ARTISTS
Beatson, Drake, Durantel, Kudritskaya, Gringolts, Mendelssohn, Mitchell, Mouriz, Mourja

CZARDAS!

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HOW TO BOOK

Tickets: £12 / Concessions: £10
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THURSDAY 3 OCTOBER

EARLY EVENING CONCERT: 6PM

Holywell Music Room

Philip Pullman introduces Janacek’s The Diary of One Who Vanished in conversation with Pianist Julius Drake who performs with Tenor John Daszak and Mezzo Soprano Clara Mouriz.

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The Diary of One Who Vanished

Janacek’s powerful and dramatic masterpiece tells the turbulent tale of a love affair between a Gypsy girl and Moravian peasant boy.

CIKAN OSUD….GYPSY DESTINY

That´s why there´s so much emotional fire in the work.
So much fire that if we both caught on, we’ll be turned into ashes

Leos Janacek 

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HOW TO BOOK

Tickets: £12 / Concessions: £10
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THURSDAY 3 OCTOBER

EVENING CONCERT: 7.30PM

Holywell Music room

LUIGI BOCCHERINI
(1743-1805)
FANDANGO
(LAST MOVEMENT OF QUINTET IN D, G341)

MANUEL DE FALLA
(1876-1946)
SIETE CANCIONES POPULARES ESPAÑOLAS

VLADIMIR MENDELSSOHN
(born 1949)
HISTOIRE VÉRITABLE DE L’EXÉCRABLE COUNT DRACULA

ZOLTÁN KODÁLY
(1882-1967)
DUO FOR VIOLIN AND CELLO, OP.7

OSVALDO GOLIJOV
(born 1960)
LULLABY AND DOINA (2001)

JOHANNES BRAHMS
(1833-1897)
CLARINET QUINTET IN B MINOR OP.115

THE ARTISTS
Altstaedt, Arp, Barley, Chorzelski, Drake, Durantel, Gringolts, Hunt, Kudritskaya, Mendelssohn, Mitchell, Mouriz, Mourja

FANDANGO

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HOW TO BOOK

Tickets: £20 / Concessions: £18
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FRIDAY 4 OCTOBER

LUNCHTIME CONCERT: 1pm

Holywell Music Room

Matthew Barley – cello
Sukhvinder Singh– tabla

Matthew and Sukhvinder explore a range of music from the Silk Road on which the Gypsies were early travellers and traders. From the classical Indian Raag Bhairavi and Sultan Khan’s yearning Song of Separation and Waiting, on to the mysterious Sandansko and Majsko Oros from the Balkans and fireworks of the Turkish Tekez. Their chemistry combined with the sounds and dialogue of the tabla and cello are mesmerising!

GYPSY ROUTES

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HOW TO BOOK

Tickets: £12 / Concessions: £10
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FRIDAY 4 OCTOBER

EVENING CONCERT: 7.30pm

Holywell Music Room

PER ARNE GLORVIGEN
(born 1963)
SCÈNES DE BISTRO, FOR CELLO AND BANDONEÓN
ARGENTINIAN TANGOS

JOHANNES BRAHMS
(1833-97)
HUNGARIAN DANCES (SELECTED FROM THE ORIGINAL SETS FOR PIANO-FOUR-HANDS, ARR. JOACHIM FOR VIOLIN AND PIANO)

ANTONÍN DVORÁK
(1841-1904)
PIANO TRIO NO. 4 OP.90,‘DUMKY’

THE ARTISTS
Altstaedt, Arp, Barley, Beatson, Glorvigen, Kudritskaya, Mitchell, Mourja

BOHEMIANS

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HOW TO BOOK

Tickets: £20 / Concessions: £18
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FRIDAY 4 OCTOBER

POST-CONCERT JAM: 9.45pm

Vaults and Garden Restaurant –
Old Library, University Church

An intimate late evening event including a two course supper and wine with impromptu music from the festival musicians.

CARAVAN CHAMBERJAM

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HOW TO BOOK

Tickets: £35
including supper and a glass of wine
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SATURDAY 5 OCTOBER

LUNCHTIME CONCERT: 1pm

Holywell Music Room

JOSEF HAYDN
(1732-1809)
PIANO TRIO IN G MAJOR, ‘GIPSY’, HOB.XV/25

GEORGE ENESCU
(1881-1955)
RUMANIAN RHAPSODY NO.1 ARR. VLADIMIR MENDELSSOHN

RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS
(1872-1958)
THE LARK ASCENDING (ARR. MARTIN GERIGK FOR VIOLIN AND STRINGS)

THE ARTISTS
Altstaedt, Arp, Barley, Beatson, Chorzelski, Drake, Kudritskaya, Mendelssohn, Mitchell, Mourja

SPIRITS FLY

‘We are all wanderers on this earth’
Romany proverb

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HOW TO BOOK

Tickets: £12 / Concessions: £10
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SATURDAY 5 OCTOBER

EVENING CONCERT: 7.30pm

Holywell Music Room

‘To be happy is to be free’ Gypsy saying

SAM LEE PERFORMS GYPSY BALLADS

DJANGO REINHARDT
(1910-1953)
ARR. DREW WILSON

JOHANNES BRAHMS
(1833-1897)
PIANO QUARTET NO1 IN G MINOR, OP. 25

THE ARTISTS
Altstaedt, Arp, Barley, Chorzelski, Kudritskaya, Lee, Mitchell

VAGABOND….the journey ends

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HOW TO BOOK

Tickets: £20 / Concessions: £18
01865 305305

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