Arts events happening soon:

  • Tuesday 18 June 2019 at 19:00
    Riyad came to play for us some years ago, but we are delighted to welcome back this Syrian pianist whose individual style has just won him the coveted Liszt competition in Budapest. Not only will he play the Lizst Paganini Etude No.6, but also Beethoven’s Sonata in E flat major, Op.27, no.1, and some Russian music too, so it promises to be an exciting evening.
  • Wednesday 19 June 2019 at 19:00
    Italian by birth, Francesca is in her first year of postgraduate studies at the Royal Academy of Music. She is a promising pianist who will bring her passionate style to Schubert’s Drei Klavierstücke and Beethoven’s Sonata in A flat major, Op.110.
  • Thursday 20 June 2019 at 19:00
    Viktor is an old friend of Farley, having played at one of the first festivals. This Serbian pianist is a musician of exceptional charm and technical brilliance. His return visit offers a chance to see just how much this artist has matured recently in a programme that includes Chopin’s magnificent Ballades and Liszt’s Stunning 6th Hungarian Rhapsody.
  • Friday 21 June 2019 at 19:00
    The International Young Soloists Trio is one of the projects of the inventive Hungarian pianist Alexandra Balog. The group is a versatile ensemble which can be expanded, but in this concert, Alexandra is joined by the Korean Violinist Jane Kim and the Hungarian Cellist Réka Adorjáni in an attractive programme comprising Beethoven’s magnificent Appassionata Sonata, Chopin’s Polonaise for Cello and Piano and Brahms’s beautiful first piano trio.

Pitton & Farley Book Club

We are a small friendly group that meets the second Wednesday of each month in The Hook & Glove, Farley to discuss the book previously agreed at the last meeting – and to enjoy a glass of wine and a chat in relaxed surroundings!

Previous books read and discussed include-

“Moll Flanders” by Daniel Defoe, “The Crow Road” by Ian Banks, “Perfume” by Patrick Suskind, “Let’s Talk about Kevin” by Lionel Schriver, “The Africa House” by Christina Lamb, “The Poisonwood Bible” by Barbara Kingsolver, “Middlemarch” by George Eliot, “Brick Lane” by Monica Ali, “Jean de Florette” and “Manon des Sources” by Marcel Pagnol, “The Lovely Bones” by Alice Sebold, and “Lorna Doone” by R.D. Blackmore – in other words, a real mix of classics and modern literature!

Come and join us!

For more information contact Jenny Wyre on 712256 or Catherine Purves on 712651