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Andrean Lazarov Recitals in Eathorpe: 25/26th March 2017

Andrean is coming back with two concerts:

CONCERTO MINUS ONE – 8.00 p.m. Saturday, 25th March

FAIRY TALE HEROES     – 4.00 p. m. Sunday, 26th March

Haydn, Beethoven, Liszt, Saint-Saens, Gershwin, Rachmininoff, Rimsky-Korsakov, Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Menken and Rebikov all feature.

Andrean is our hero who has played with the London Symphony Orchestra, Russian National Orchestra, Philharmonia Orchestra, etc. etc, and will be going on to play at Carnegie Hall later this year.   But first, he’s coming to play for us in Eathorpe Village Hall!

Tickets:  £14 / £12.50 (o-65s, full-time students)

Price includes drink and canapés after each concert when Andrean is happy to have an informal chat with the audience as usual.

Ring:  Sue – 01926 811364 or Maggy – 632564 or Joan – 633430

Eathorpe Beer Festival, February 17-19 2017

Building on our success in the past few years, once more you’ll be able to taste a range of fresh and interesting beers in the delightful surroundings of Eathorpe Village Hall.  This year the beer will come from one of the traditional centres of English beer – Burton-on-Trent and nearby South Derbyshire.  Once the home of Bass and other big names this area now hosts a vibrant collection of small breweries that have sprung up in recent years.

As in previous years, the beer will be chosen by an intrepid party of experienced tasters, ready to put their palates and livers at the service of the Eathorpe community and their guests. As usual we’ll have a good range of wine, soft drink and food available and we continue to welcome families. We are still putting together the entertainment programme but we hope once again to have a lively band after 9pm on Saturday night, alongside calmer acoustic music and old favourites, like (we hope) the Coventry Mummers, at other times.

The event will be open 5.30-11.00 on Friday and 1pm to 11.00 on Saturday.   On Sunday lunchtime, we plan to be offering bargain prices on whatever we have left. Entry will be free to all sessions.  Bring your family and friends to make a weekend of it.

All offers of help welcome –  from potential performers keen to show off their talents to our friendly audience as well as from those eager to get behind the bar or assist in other ways.  Just phone David Wray on 632830 or Maggy Smith on 632564.

Free Property Marking by Warwickshire Police

FREE PROPERTY & TACK MARKING

Offchurch, Hunningham, Eathorpe & Wappenbury

Tuesday 6th September 2016, 5pm – 9pm

Wednesday 7th September 2016, 5pm – 9pm

This free property marking offer is available to residents and businesses

in the above mentioned joint parish area. Warwick Rural East Safer

Neighbourhood Team and a representative from Warwickshire Rural

Watch shall be conducting a mobile property marking event in your area.

We’ll attend your home address, provide you with relevant crime

prevention material and visibly mark up to 10 items for free. Property will

be marked with Cre-Mark. Leather tack can be stamped.

Please ensure that there is a clean surface on any items that you would

like to be marked. Items will be marked with either your house number or

the initials of your house name and your postcode.

If you would like your lawn-mower, strimmer, power tools etc, to be visibly

property/tack marked, please call PCSO 6223 Ed King on 01926 684471 to

book a time-slot for us to attend your property.

Warwick Rural East SNT – 01926 684471 –

wre.snt@warwickshire.pnn.police.uk

The Austerity Games – 4pm Sunday 31 July 2016 at The Village Hall

Tell Tale Present — “The Austerity Games”

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4pm at The Village Hall for Afternoon Tea
5pm Performance (75 minutes)
Tickets £10/£6   07890 755 116   http://www.wegottickets.com

‘Uplifting drama of Post War UK with an important messages about community spirit… Beautifully Scripted… It is not surprising that this is an award-winning show’ (Stratford Herald)
Beleaguered Britain is recovering from the Blitz, austerity measures are in full force across the country and there is a heat wave on the way. But old Martha Britt wants to bake a cake and there are no eggs to be found. To make matters worse it is the eve of the 1948 Olympic Games and she cannot abide sport. Can a posthumous visit from her late husband and the ghosts of the games past, present and yet to come convince her to save the Olympic spirit and herself?

Tell Tale blend an Award Winning triathlon of physical storytelling, British wit and slapstick with a dash of Dickens to bring you the sportiest play you’ll ever see. Pip, Pip!

https://telltalepresents.wordpress.com/plays/the-austerity-games/

Stratford Fringe Winner 2012 – ‘Best new writing’

Village History and Photo Exhibition pages added!

Click on History in the Eathorpe Village drop-down menu above to see hundreds of photos from the original Eathorpe website (c 2000), and the 1955 village scrapbook.  Well worth a look!

AIre Flamenco – Eathorpe Village Hall – 8 April 2016 8 pm – musical passion and drama

Synergy

Presents

AIRE FLAMENCO

PLAYING LIVE at Eathorpe Village Hall (CV33 9DE)

Wednesday 20 April 8pm

£9.50 (Adults purchased by 13/4); £8.50 (65+ or U-18 purchased by 13/4)

£11 (Adults purchased after 13/4); £10 (65+ or U-18 purchased after13/4)

Tickets available from 01926 632027; 01926 632664; suzanne.goddard1@gmail.com

Licensed bar open from 7.30pm/light snacks available to purchase at interval

Listen to samples at www.aireflamenco.co.uk

info@synergyliveband.co.uk

Aire Flamenco, presented by Synergy is a vibrant guitar and voice duo from Spain.

 They bring the passion and drama of Flamenco to their mixture of Latin based songs and instrumentals,

while their music combines original compositions influenced by their stay in the UK with traditional material from Spain and South America.

Synergy’s alluring vocals produce the most natural and close of harmonies. Their guitar playing is fiery and complex and features awesome traditional flamenco pieces and exotic driving accompaniment. The highly rhythmical style employed, moves from irresistible South American Rumbas and Tangos to complex Andalusian tempos.

 Juan Casals Mendoza hails from Granada where he has taken lessons from some of the very greatest Flamenco tutors. He is not only a wonderful guitarist but is also an accomplished vocalist and composer.

Glenn Phillips, the lead singer, was raised in Alicante but shares roots with the UK. His songs are composed in both Spanish and English; his voice is both powerful but sweet. Glenn also plays the Cajon (a Peruvian percussion instrument) which brings a more energized dynamic to Synergy’s music.

Their live show is presented with upbeat humour and anecdotal song introductions. Juan and Glenn’s energy is contagious and they are always accommodating and accessible with their audiences.

 

Andrean Lazarov Piano Concert 19th/20th March 2016

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Two unique opportunities to see a distinguished classical pianist direct from some of the world’s greatest concert halls in an intimate village setting

 

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Andrean’s 2016 concerts

 

Concert I – “300 years contemporary piano” – Saturday, 19th March 8.00 p.m.

part 1 – Viennese classicism 

 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791)

Fantasie in D minor K. 397

 

Franz Joseph Haydn (1732 – 1809) Sonata Hob. XVI:52 E-flat major

I movement – Allegro

II movement – Adagio

III movement – Finale. Presto

 

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 – 1827) Piano Sonata No. 31 in A-flat major, Op. 110

I movement Moderato cantabile molto espressivo

II movement Allegro molto

III movement Adagio ma non troppo

 

* intermission*

 

Part II “20th century classicism”

 

Serguey Prokofiev  (1891 – 1953)

Piano Sonata in A minor op. 28

 

Rodion Shchedrin (1932 – )

“In the style of Albeniz”

 

Sergey Rachmaninoff (1873 – 1943)

Prelude and Elegy op. 3

 

Andrean Lazarov (1980)

“Worldiana”

Awarded at Carl Filtsch International piano composition competition, Sibiu, Romania 2004

 

Concert II – “Top 20 piano encores”

 

Allesandro Marcello (1673 – 1747)

“Adagio” from Oboe concerto

Arrangement for piano solo – J.S.Bach

 

Robert Schumann (1810 – 1856)

“Dreaming”

 

Frantz Liszt (1811 – 1886)

“Nocturno”

 

Frederick Chopin (1810 – 1849)

Etude op. 25 No. 1

Etude op. 10 No. 12

 

Sergey Rachmaninoff (1873 – 1943)

Prelude and Elegy op. 3

 

Maurice Ravel (1875 – 1937)

Pavana pour une infante defunte

 

Alexander Scriabin (1872 – 1915)

Etudes op. 8 No.2 & 12

 

* intermission *

 

Tomaso Albinoni (1671 – 1751)

“Adagio”

Arrangement for piano solo – A.Lazarov

 

Sergey Rachmaninoff (1873 – 1943)

“Musical moments” op. 16 No. 1 & 4

 

Piotr Ilich Tchaikovsky (1840 – 1893)

The Seasons – “May – White nights”

 

Rodion Shchedrin (1932 – )

“In the style of Albeniz”

 

Serguey Prokofiev (1891 – 1953)

“The movement diaboligue”

 

Sergey Rachmaninoff (1873 – 1943)

Etude-tableaux “The march of the war” op. 39

 

BLACK HEART – The Beautifully Acoustic Tour 12 February 2015

Britain’s New Acoustic Stars To Play Eathorpe Village Hall

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Enjoy an intimate evening with Blackheart, UK Exposure Music Awards ‘Best British Duo’ winners when they play a concert at Eathorpe Village Hall on Friday February 12th as part of their ‘Candlelit Village Halls’ nationwide tour. Advance tickets are £10 (under 16’s £6) available now from Suzanne Goddard on 01926 632664 suzanne.goddard1@gmail.com and the concert runs from 7.30 to 10.00pm. Limited tickets will also be available on the door.

Blackheart are multi-instrumentalists Chrissy Mostyn and Rick Pilkington. Their unique music has been described as “A heavenly fusion of acoustic folk, intelligent pop and classical music”, “Utterly magical” by the BBC’s John Gilmore and “One of the best things to come out of England in recent years.” by Fatea Music Magazine.

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After three successful albums, over 600 concerts from Amsterdam, Berlin and Sydney to London, Belfast and Glastonbury and radio play in nearly every country in the world, Blackheart’s music is impossible to categorise. They combine acoustic instruments and the voice of Chrissy Mostyn with piano, omnichord, electric percussion, electric mandola, bowed guitar and vintage synthesisers to create a new and very unique vision of contemporary folk music. Their show features multi-instrumental playing and continuous changing of moods and combinations of instruments. A reviewer recently said “Blackheart are a miniature orchestra – 2 people who sound like 22″. BBC presenter Sally Naden said on air “Blackheart sound like half a dozen musicians when it’s just two people making all that amazing sound. They are a really unusual, truly unique duo that sound like a huge band.”

Their highly personal, haunting music led Australia’s Western Star to say “Blackheart take their audiences from heartbreaking to uplifting in a single song” Radio 2’s Aled Jones to simply say “A great band” and Genesis legend Steve Hackett to describe their music “Beautiful, powerful and inspiring.”

The songs they write are true personal stories and they tell fascinating, sometimes hilarious and sometimes very moving stories about their songs, how and where they were written and also about their unusual musical life on the road.

Their success began when their song ‘Unlike Water’ was used as the soundtrack to a major TV commercial. Now signed to Right Track / Universal Records, Blackheart have released three albums and three singles of which ‘Wednesday Afternoon’ got national UK airplay and led them to two headline tours of Australia and New Zealand plus successful tours of Ireland, Germany and The Netherlands.

Their new album ‘Songs From a Satellite’ entered the Amazon chart within 5 days of release and is available at iTunes, Amazon and HMV nationwide. It went on to be awarded second place ‘Album of the Year’ in the US Independent Music Awards. Their single Christmas Lights reached No.52 in the UK Christmas Chart and they continue to be played on Radio 2.

Tickets £10 (under 16’s £6) available in advance from Suzanne Goddard 01926 632664 suzanne.goddard1@gmail.com

Concerts starts at 8pm

Bar and light refreshments available from 7.30pm

 

 

Eathorpe Beer Festival: February 26 – 28 2016

Building on our success in the past few years, once more you’ll be able to taste a range of fresh and

interesting beers in the delightful surroundings of Eathorpe Village Hall. The beer will again come

from the ‘Hopshires’ – that area of Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Shropshire where the

majority of English hops are now grown and where a host of small breweries have sprung up in

recent years.

Most of the beers will be new to Eathorpe but we’ll welcome back some of last year’s favourites.

As usual we’ll have a good range of wine, soft drink and food available and we continue to welcome

families. We are still putting together the entertainment programme but probably we’ll again have a

noisy and lively band after 9pm on Saturday night alongside calmer acoustic music and old

favourites, like (we hope) the Coventry Mummers, at other times.

The event will be open 5.30-11.00 on Friday and 1pm to 11.00 on Saturday. On Sunday lunchtime

we plan to be offering bargain prices on whatever we have left.

Entry will be free to all sessions. Bring your family and friends to make a weekend of it.

All offers of help welcome – particularly from potential performers who would like to show off their

talents to our friendly audience. Just phone 01926.632575.

Cake, Coffee and a Good Giggle (in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support): 3pm — 5pm 26 September 2015

Please join us for a slice of cake a cup of tea or coffee and relaxing discussion (and a good giggle) at the Village Hall on Saturday 26 September.  All proceeds to Macmillan Cancer Support.

 

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