Southrepps 2020 Virtual Festival
Ben Johnson & Tom Primrose
- Finzi: A Young Man's Exhortation
Jennifer Pike, Martin James Bartlett and Ben Johnson
- Bacewicz, Kreisler and Holst
Daniel Goode & Tom Primrose
- Gilbert & Sullivan, Flanders and Swann
Susanna Hurrell & Tom Primrose
- Quilter, Schumann and Nöel Coward
Ben Johnson & Sean Shibe
- Love songs through the ages
Martin James Bartlett
- Liszt/Wagner/Schumann, Rachmaninoff & Gershwin
Jonathan McGovern & Tom Primrose
- Finzi and Rachmaninoff
Tim Morgan, Ben Johnson & Tom Primrose
- Britten: Canticle II
- Scottish Lute Manuscripts & Mompou
The Northern Chords Ensemble
- Beethoven: Piano Trio Op. 1, No. 1
It was with great sadness that we cancelled the summer's events 2020. Determined to create some music for Southrepps 2020, we set about getting together some of the musicians whose engagements at Southrepps we had to cancel, and created this virtual festival. Thanks to the generosity of St Giles Cripplegate in London, we found the perfect venue to make socially-distanced recording.
The three "Virtual Concerts" comprising the Southrepps Festival 2020 can be viewed by clicking on the links on this page. You can also view the individual performances on our Media page.
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We would like to thank director Peter Jones and our technical team from the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden for their hard work. Also, a thank you to our Festival team for their continued hard work and support, and in particular Maggie Tranter and William Falconer for their work behind the scenes on this project.
We are incredibly grateful to The Edith Murphy Foundation for their generous support, and to a handful of donors who made this particular project possible: Ian and Sue Butterworth, Vic and Sally Purdy and Valerie Mercer.
Our continued thanks goes to all our friends and donors. If you've donated in the eighteen months or to the 2020 Festival funds, your contributions are already helping to make Southrepps 2021 a possibility.
If you feel you would like to donate to the Southrepps Festival please contact our treasurer Maggie Tranter firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Festival hopes to continue to create paid opportunities at this difficult time for musicians currently facing ruin.