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Cranleigh Arts Centre – January 2021

After reopening in December to a fantastic series of audience and live streamed events the team at Cranleigh Arts are proud to announce our plan to continue to open to COVID-19 secure audience as well as streaming live to audience members homes.

Classical: Emma Abbate and Julian Perkins – Piano, Friday 8th January 2021, 7:30pm – £15 Adult/£10 Under 25’s. Audience tickets available, livestream TBC
Emma Abbate and Julian Perkins have given duet recitals at many prestigious venues including the Royal Opera House, St George’s Bristol, St John’s Smith Square, Hatchlands Park, the Russell Collection in Edinburgh and for the Mozart Society of America in Boston. They have recently released the complete piano duet works by Carl Maria von Weber on an original Viennese fortepiano for Deux-Elles. They have previously recorded Mozart’s complete sonatas for keyboard duet on period instruments on two discs for Resonus Classics, and have each been awarded Associateship of the Royal Academy of Music in recognition of their ‘significant contribution’ thus far to the music profession.
Programme:
M. Clementi –
Sonata for four hands in C Major, op. 6 no. 1 M. Clementi (13′) (1752–1832)
W. A. Mozart – Allegro assai – Largetto con moto – Presto. Sonata in D Major, K381 (13′) (1756–1791)
C. M. von Weber – Allegro – Andante – Allegro molto. From Huit Pièces, op. 60 (9′) (1786–1826)
Moderato – Alla zingara – Rondo
INTERVAL
L. Berkeley – Theme and Variations, op. 73 (12′) (1903–1989)
Palm Court Waltz, op. 81 no. 2
C. Lambert – Trois Pièces nègres pour les touches blanches (8′) (1905–1951)
Aubade – Siesta – Nocturne
S. Dodgson – Tournament for twenty fingers, Part Two (12′)(1924–2013)
Allegretto in F – Cradle Song – A Bohemian Entertainment

Classical: Lunchtime Classical Concert: Raya Kostova (Piano) – Tuesday 12th January 2021, 1pm – Donations Appreciated. Online stream and audience.
Programme: TBC
The Cranleigh Arts lunchtime concert series is kindly sponsored by Informed Choice Independent Financial Planners.

Theatre: Much Ado about Falstaff – Friday 15th January 2021, 1pm – Audience tickets only. Tickets £14.
In this new play by Simon Downing we find Falstaff, in his bedroom in the Boars Head being nursed by Mistress Quickly. The creditors arrive demanding payment. Will Falstaff resort to marrying Mistress Quickly in order to pay off his debts? Will he turn teetotal? Will he mellow in his old age? Find out the answers to all these important questions that Shakespeare never bothered to answer and join Falstaff for an evening of jollity, frivolity, a definite lack of coequality and more Shakespearean insults than ever previously heard on a theatrical stage!

Classical: Oliver Wass and Leander Kippenburg (Harp and Cello) – Friday 22nd January 2021, 7:30pm – Audience tickets available. Livestream TBC. £15 Adult/£10 Under 25’s.
Programme: TBC

Music: Bob Drury’s ‘Neil Diamond Unplugged’ – A Covid Secure LiveShow- Thursday 28th, Friday 29th, Saturday 30th January 2021, 7:30pm – Audience tickets only. Tickets £19.50.
In a show conceived and configured with the current restrictions in mind, Bob Drury presents an acoustic evening of Neil Diamond’s music. Many of Neil Diamond’s classic hits were created with just voice and guitar and the songs return to this format with ease. For Bob, who has been performing Neil Diamond’s songs for the past 15 years, it is also an opportunity to explore some of the lesser known gems and demonstrate the sheer quality of this Brooklyn boy’s wonderfully poetic lyrics and evocative guitar accompaniments.
“Bob, it was great hearing you last night and I was totally blown away by your level of musicianship on guitar” – Mark LeVang, keyboard player with Neil Diamond’s band

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