Erika Mädi Jones soprano
Panaretos Kyriatzidis piano
Fauré Clair de lune 3'
White So we’ll go no more a-roving 5'
Elgar The wind at dawn 3'
R Strauss Die Nacht; Heimliche Aufforderung 6'
Grieg Ein Traum 2'
Vierne Clair de lune from Suite Bourguignonne; L’heure du berger 6'
Woodforde-Finden Till I wake 3'
A Mahler Die stille Stadt 3'
R Strauss Wiegenlied 10'
Debussy Clair de lune from Suite Bergamasque 5'
Bridge Adoration 3'
Berg Die Nachtigall from 7 early songs 2'
L Boulanger Reflets 3'
Poldowski Mandoline; L’heure exquise 5'
Vierne VII. Dans la nuit, IX. La suprême appel from 12 preludes, op. 36 7'
N Boulanger Soir d’hiver 4'
Dubois Spleen 3'
Bridge Come to me in my dreams 4'
Vierne V. A une femme, II. Un grand sommeil noir, X. Marine from Spleens et détresses 8'
While Vierne’s organ music is widely celebrated and regularly performed, his extensive catalogue of songs is far less commonly heard. Incorporating texts from renowned poets such as Verlaine, Byron, Keats and Hugo, this recital explores fin de siècle song settings by Vierne’s students, colleagues and fellow organists, including rarely heard turn-of-the-century composers such as Amy Woodforde-Finden and Maude Valérie White.
St Martin's CafeBar opens at 1.15pm, serving hot drinks, juices, wine, beer, homemade cakes (including GF and vegan), savoury snacks and fruit. It will also be open during the interval and for a short while after the concert.
Coach departs 1.05 pm; returns by approx. 4.15 pm (£8) Click here to book
Seating in our venues will be laid out in line with the UK Government’s COVID-19 guidelines at the time of the festival. At present we are selling to full venue seating plans, in line with the proposed lifting of restrictions on the 19 July. If restrictions are not lifted, we will be reverting back to socially distanced seating, and we may have to refund tickets for later bookers if capacities remain restricted.
St Martin's Church