"Facade" starring Claire Bloom and Humphrey Burton to hit Southwold and Aldeburgh

Published: Saturday 15th Jun 2013

Written by: Suffolk Secrets Team

William Walton's “Façade” and Constant Lambert's “Piano Concerto for Piano and Nine Instruments” will be performed at the following Suffolk venues in late June:

St Edmund's Church (first half) and St Edmund's Hall, Southwold (second half) - Saturday June 29th 2013Jubilee Hall, Aldeburgh - Sunday June 30th 2013

Facade is a unique and entertaining piece, setting Edith Sitwell's eccentric poetry to a recital of 1920s dance numbers. The Concerto by Constant Lambert - a close friend of Walton - sits perfectly alongside Façade, with its jazz influences.

Having been close friends with Walton himself, Humphrey Burton and Claire Bloom will bring a wealth of experience to their roles. The solo part in Lambert’s Concerto will be performed by distinguished pianist David Owen Norris, a specialist in 20th century British repertoire.

Tickets for either of these events are £15. To book, contact the Southwold Concert Series box office on tel: 01502 726 161.

Programme:Constant Lambert – Concerto for Piano and Nine InstrumentsWilliam Walton – Façade, ‘An Entertainment’ for Reciter and Ensemble.

Claire Bloom and Humphrey Burton – recitersDavid Owen Norris – pianoThe Southwold Concert Series Ensemble, Nathan Williamson - conductor

Suffolk Secrets Team



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