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cloister_11June_DREAMTIME

Online booking opens at midnight 25 February 2017

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Sunday 11 June 2017 tickets £25

This is my dream,
It is my own dream,

I dreamt it.
I dreamt that my hair was kept
Then I dreamt that my true love unkept it.
Ogden Nash

Music has the power to lift our spirits and this particular music appeals to everyone from musicologists to babies.  This unique intimate cloister performance of JS Bach’s Goldberg Variations arranged for the sublime combination of violin, viola da gamba and cello promises a life-changing perception-altering experience. Bach’s ‘music for the soul’s delight’ is a breathtaking and virtuoso array of diverse movements from the humorous to the heavenly, in which a single theme is taken on a dancing musical journey.

As with other great works it has become encrusted with myth and legend. Whether or not the Variations were really written to soothe an insomniac Russian with music of ‘a smooth and somewhat lively character that he might be a little cheered up by them in his sleepless nights’ (as Bach’s rst biographer claims), CHROMA musicians Daniel Pioro and Clare O’Connell, joined by Liam Byrne and Trevor Allan Davies, will explore the theme of sleep, and, possibly, sleeplessness, in a deeply meditative dream sequence interspersed with a selection of readings on the nature of sleep.

J S Bach 
Goldberg Variations
Daniel Pioro
violin

Liam Byrne
viola da gamba
Clare O’Connell
cello
Trevor Allan Davies
narrator/actor

“the ever-admirable CHROMA” The ObserverGates open at 6pm for picnics.
Performance starts at 7.30pm.  For more information please look here
Box Office 01225 44 88 44
Online booking opens Monday, 29th February 2015

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