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Megson
Venue: Queens Park Arts Centre, Queens Park, Aylesbury, Bucks, HP21 7RT
Date: Fri 24th Feb 2017
Time: 8:00 pm
Cost: £15.00 / £13.00 concessions

Debs & Stu Hanna bring an infectious mix of heavenly vocals, lush harmonies and driving rhythmic guitars. Megson have gained fame on the British folk scene not only for their arresting and intelligent song-writing, but for their exquisite musicianship and northern humour.
Website: http://www.qpc.org
The Chiltern Camerata
Venue: All Saints' Parish Church, Church Street, High Wycombe HP13 6RF
Date: Sat 25th Feb 2017
Time: 7:30 pm
Cost: £12 (concessions £10). Under 18s: free

The players of the Chiltern Camerata follow up the exceptional success of the first concert of their current season when they return on Saturday, 25 February to All Saints' Parish Church, High Wycombe, in a performance of choral and orchestral music by Brahms and Stravinsky

They will be performing the Brahms German Requiem, in which the orchestra will be joined by soloists and singers from the Camerata Consort of singers. This large-scale work for chorus, orchestra, a soprano and a baritone soloist was composed between 1865 and 1868. A German Requiem is not primarily a Mass for the dead. Instead, it is intended as comfort for those who mourn and who feel the pain of the death of others. Brahms had just experienced such loss extremely personally: his mother had died that very same year.

Stravinsky's Pulcinella Suite for orchestra in 8 short movements was composed in 1922 and is derived from the ballet of that name. It was the gateway to Stravinsky's second phase as a composer, the neoclassical, in which the composer looked back to the past in this charming, witty, disarmingly simple music influenced by eighteenth-century music.

The performance will be directed by Sam Laughton.

PROGRAMME:
Brahms - A German Requiem
Stravinsky - Suite 'Pulcinella'


TICKETS (unreserved) £12 (concessions £10). Under 18s: free.
Tickets from any of the following (there is no booking fee):
Information Offices in:
High Wycombe (Main Library);
Marlow (Institute Road);
Princes Risborough.

Music Shops:
The Record Shop, 37 Hill Avenue, Amersham
Perfect Pitch, 72, The Broadway, Chesham;
Rosehill Instruments, 64 London End, Beaconsfield;
Strings of Penn, Elm Road, Penn.

From the Hon. Secretary:
01494 883112 or info@chiltern-camerata.org.uk
And on the door on the evening of the performance subject to availability.
Website: http://www.chiltern-camerata.org.uk
Gig Night at the Limelight
Venue: Queens Park Arts Centre, Queens Park, Aylesbury, Bucks, HP21 7RT
Date: Sat 25th Feb 2017
Time: 8:00 pm
Cost: £6

DCE Presents…

Join us for a night of local talent, presented by DreamChaser Entertainment. These monthly gigs feature the hottest upcoming acts as well as the best-loved local performers. Head over to www.qpc.org to find out about the latest line-up.
Website: http://www.qpc.org
BLACK & VELVET
Venue: RIVET SPORTS & SOCIAL CLUB, WHITEHEAD WAY, MANDEVILLE ROAD, AYLESBURY, BUCKS, HP21 8JL
Date: Sat 25th Feb 2017
Time: 8:45 pm

Black & Velvet
Talented vocal & guitar duo “Black & Velvet” are on stage with the sounds of “Rock, Blues, 80’s Pop & 70’s Disco” to entertain for a night of great songs & dancing.
Website: http://www.rivetsportsandsocialclub.co.uk
A Little Bit Country
Venue: The White Swan, Aylesbury, HP20 1TZ
Date: Fri 3rd Mar 2017
Time: 8:30 pm

ALBC bring a taste of Nashville to the UK. Next stop - The White Swan, Aylesbury.
Website: http://www.albcountry.co.uk
The Dung Beatles
Venue: Queens Park Arts Centre, Queens Park, Aylesbury, Bucks, HP21 7RT
Date: Sat 4th Mar 2017
Time: 8:00 pm
Cost: £13.00 / £11.00 concessions

If you love Beatles music played the way the Fab Four intended then The Dung Beatles are for you. They explore the entire catalogue – from the chart toppers to hidden gems.
Website: http://www.qpc.org
Marcus Malone
Venue: Queens Park Arts Centre, Queens Park, Aylesbury, Bucks, HP21 7RT
Date: Fri 17th Mar 2017
Time: 8:00 pm
Cost: £10.00 in advance / £12.00 on the door

Blues favourite Marcus Malone returns to the Limelight Theatre – Marcus has toured all over the world, playing venues such as the Royal Albert Hall and Tenby Blues Festival.
Website: http://www.qpc.org
‘The Matt Monro Story - One Voice' UK Tour. With Matt Monro Jr.
Venue: MATT MONRO can arguably lay claim to being Britain’s biggest musical export of all time. Indeed he is still hailed as the biggest non-Hispanic artist in the world, The man dubbed “The singer’s singer” and “The man with the golden voice” clocked up a staggering 100 million sales in his lifetime, He was the first singer ever to sing on a James Bond film (From Russia With Love) and he contributed the score to that best loved of films, The Italian Job, In the Philippines alone his version of “My Way” sold 8 million copies outselling Sinatra’s by a country mile - Frank sold a mere 300,000. Beatlemania had nothing on his reception over there (and even today his son still receives a hero’s welcome), Produced throughout his career by Sir George Martin, in the 1960s and 70s Matt Monro’s hits encompassed some of the greatest popular music ever. From Russia With Love, the Impossible Dream, Portrait Of My Love, Softly As I Leave You, Walk Away, My Kind Of Girl, Yesterday, Gonna Build A Mountain…. just some of the songs that made him a household name. And then, of course, there was Born Free, Born Free was the song that firmly established Matt Monro in the hearts of the young and the old alike. Its opening notes forever conjured up a time and place – African plains, endangered lions, the film with actress Virginia McKenna… The smooth mellifluous voice of Matt became synonymous with Born Free and the song was, and still is, a huge iconic song in Africa, Now Matt Monro Jr pays tribute to his legendary father with a new CD, “A Father’s Legacy” and a new show, The Matt Monro Story: One Voice. Encapsulating not just the story of his Dad’s rags-to-riches life it gives a unique insight into the man himself, The journey of this boy who couldn’t read or write, and yet had to support his family, is told in loving detail by his son giving a glimpse into what it was like growing up in the Monro household. Video clips, home movies, even sequences where Matt Jr duets with his Dad, all play a part in this celebration of the life and legacy of Matt Monro, Informative, entertaining and hugely enjoyable, this is one big event not to be missed.
Date: Tue 21st Mar 2017
Time: 7:30 pm
Cost: £22.25 tickets + admin fee

MATT MONRO can arguably lay claim to being Britain’s biggest musical export of all time. Indeed he is still hailed as the biggest non-Hispanic artist in the world.

The man dubbed “The singer’s singer” and “The man with the golden voice” clocked up a staggering 100 million sales in his lifetime.

He was the first singer ever to sing on a James Bond film (From Russia With Love) and he contributed the score to that best loved of films, The Italian Job.

In the Philippines alone his version of “My Way” sold 8 million copies outselling Sinatra’s by a country mile - Frank sold a mere 300,000. Beatlemania had nothing on his reception over there (and even today his son still receives a hero’s welcome).

Produced throughout his career by Sir George Martin, in the 1960s and 70s Matt Monro’s hits encompassed some of the greatest popular music ever. From Russia With Love, the Impossible Dream, Portrait Of My Love, Softly As I Leave You, Walk Away, My Kind Of Girl, Yesterday, Gonna Build A Mountain…. just some of the songs that made him a household name. And then, of course, there was Born Free.

Born Free was the song that firmly established Matt Monro in the hearts of the young and the old alike. Its opening notes forever conjured up a time and place – African plains, endangered lions, the film with actress Virginia McKenna… The smooth mellifluous voice of Matt became synonymous with Born Free and the song was, and still is, a huge iconic song in Africa.

Now Matt Monro Jr pays tribute to his legendary father with a new CD, “A Father’s Legacy” and a new show, The Matt Monro Story: One Voice. Encapsulating not just the story of his Dad’s rags-to-riches life it gives a unique insight into the man himself.

The journey of this boy who couldn’t read or write, and yet had to support his family, is told in loving detail by his son giving a glimpse into what it was like growing up in the Monro household. Video clips, home movies, even sequences where Matt Jr duets with his Dad, all play a part in this celebration of the life and legacy of Matt Monro.

Informative, entertaining and hugely enjoyable, this is one big event not to be missed.
Website: http://www.atgtickets.com/shows/the-matt-monro-story/aylesbury-waterside-theatre/
An Evening with Isla St Clair
Venue: Queens Park Arts Centre, Queens Park, Aylesbury, Bucks, HP21 7RT
Date: Fri 24th Mar 2017
Time: 8:00 pm
Cost: £12.50 / £10.50 concessions

Isla is one of Britain’s foremost traditional singers, noted for the depth of feeling she brings to her country’s music. Isla will be joined by guest guitarist Danny Prendergast.
Website: http://www.qpc.org
A Little Bit Country
Venue: Horse and Jockey, Buckingham Street, Aylesbury, HP19 9QL
Date: Fri 31st Mar 2017
Time: 8:30 pm

ALBC bring a taste of Nashville to the UK. Next stop - Horse and Jockey, Aylesbury.
Website: http://www.albcountry.co.uk
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