Sun 7 Oct, Worton Organic Farm
Oxford Chamber Music Festival 2018
Join the philosopher and gardener Jeremy Naydler, whose books include Gardening as a sacred art and a collection of poetry, Soul gardening, in the inspiring surroundings of Worton Organic Farm, near Cassington. His pre-concert talk will be a celebration of the earth, and will include images and poetry. Into the Ether The fifth element is the ether, the realm of the spirit, which can only be perceived by hearing. Kodaly’s sizzling duo sets fire to Hungarian earth; Mansurian’s haunting Lachrymae waters it with Armenian tears. Granados’s gorgeous bird calls through the night air to a young Spanish girl, and Bruch’s Octet displays all the melodic gift of his famous violin concerto, with a virtuoso first violin ending our Festival in the highest of spirits. Granados The Maiden and the Nightingale arr.Beamish| Kodály Duo for violin and cello | Tigran Mansurian Lachrymae | Bruch String octet op. Post.
Price includes talk, concert, bocconcini and wine.
Duration: 4 hours with interval
10% Discount when you book 4 or more tickets for this event. (Discount will automatically apply in your basket.)
£165 Rover Ticket is also available to book which gets you access to all 2018 OCMF events excluding Sunday 7th October. Not available online, please call 01865 305 305 to book.