Beautiful World

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Enjoy a 2-minute video sampler of Beautiful World below . . .

(Please note: the images in this video and other publicity are for illustration only, they do not form part of the concert which is a live performance with audio backing)

Beautiful World is an inspiring one-hour musical journey around the world, featuring the expressive and versatile sound of the solo bassoon. Join UK soloist Laurence Perkins in an evocative musical exploration which includes a Scottish mountain, the English Malvern hills, a Serenade from Mexico, Latin American tango, a train journey from Vienna, a love song in Italy, and the high Alpine pastures of Switzerland. This unique concert features wonderful and highly original musical settings, plus natural soundscapes including birdsong and the sound of the sea. The programme also includes the legendary voice of Italian tenor Enrico Caruso singing the famous Donizetti aria 'Una furtiva lagrima' - a classic Italian love song!

 

What audience members have said about Beautiful World:

“… very special, beautifully put together with wonderful accompaniments”

"... a varied programme which would make any listener feel at home"

"... a fascinating programme with a lovely variety of pieces"

“… an absolutely wonderful concert experience”

“… such a variety of types of music”

“…a great joy!”

 

Beautiful World will not appear on-line. It is a real concert, bringing inspiring live musical performance back into communities large and small throughout the country, with that special uplifting quality that only live music-making can achieve.

Beautiful World 

forthcoming concerts

Autumn 2022 / Spring 2023 performances planned in

Caldbeck, Cumbria
Edinburgh
Malvern
Bristol
Totnes, Devon
Poole, Dorset
Salisbury, Wiltshire
High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
Bedford
Maldon, Essex
Norfolk
Oxfordshire
Cheshire

More details soon!

 

Previous performances in

London
21st June 2021 at St Pancras Old Church

Manchester
2nd August 2021 at the Chamber of Commerce

 

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