Friday, 18 April 2014

Ruth Molins in the Phonic FM studio for the first "Classical Journey" to be recorded for 'Listen Again' Tuesday 15 April 2014

Ruth Molins
"Jim & Pam & Pam & Jim"
Graham Fitkin (1995)
"Classical Journey" Phonic FM
Tuesday 15 April

On this day . . .

Bach's "St Matthew Passion" is performed for the first time in Leipzig in 1729

Handel's opera "Serse" opens in London in 1738

William Wordsworth  is inspired by the spring display of daffodils in 1802

Manuel de Falla's ballet "El Amor Brujo" opens in Madrid in 1915

Lee De Forest introduces film with sound in New York in 1923

"Classical Journey" is recorded for the first time in 2014


Ruth Molins
plays the regular C-flute
Bach's "Partita in A minor"
Ruth Molins very kindly took advantage of the Easter school holidays to come to the Phonic FM studio at Exeter Phoenix for a very special edition of "Classical Journey". Her discussion and playing were recorded, as always, but this time the recording will be made available over the internet so that people can 'listen again'.

Ruth discussed her various flute-related activities, here in Exeter and further afield. We heard recordings of her recent concert at Cullompton, and from last year's "One Flute Many Voices" at Lympstone. Ruth also played music live in the studio - on both her regular C-flute and the mighty alto flute. The show finished with an archive recording of Ruth and her old chum, former Exonian, James Keefe, who is now retained by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra as keyboard player and recently joined them on a tour or Europe.

Ruth, and her pals Sophie Brewer and Jen Campbell, will be in action again soon as "Flute Cake" performing "Flute Fancies" at Exmouth Festival on Wednesday 28th May (and possibly again in Sidmouth on the 29th). Ruth will also be joining David Cottam's "Eloquent Guitar" on Sunday 1st June. For full details of all Ruth's forthcoming concerts, find the website: ruthmolins.com.

Ruth's inaugural recorded radio programme is available to hear on 'Mixcloud'.

 Click here to listen!


That Cullompton Programme in Full:

Classical Café
Cullompton Community Centre
28 March 2014 7.30pm

Flute Cake
Trad: Lough Erin Shore
Isaac Albéniz: Tango
George Butterworth: The Banks of Green Willow
Eric Satie: Cinq Miniatures
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: danse des petites cygnes
Joseph Bodin de Boismortier: Sonata in B minor
Jay Unger: Ashokan Farewell

Bel Canto
Henry VIII (1513): Pastyme With Good Company
Richard Jones (1580): Greensleeves
John Dowland (1597): Come Again
Orlando Gibbons (1612): Silver Swan
John Farmer (1599): Fair Phyllis
Ralph Vaughan Williams (1951): The Cloud Capp’d Towers
Gabriel Fauré (1864): Cantique de Jean Racine
George Gershwin (1935): Summertime
Paul McCartney (1966): Can’t Buy Me Love
John Lennon (1971): Imagine

INTERVAL – Bar open

Rebecca Willson
Ralph Vaughan Williams: The Lake in the Mountains
Graham Fitkin: The Cone Gatherers

Ruth & Rebecca
Anne Boyd: Bali Moods
Guiseppe Rabboni: Two Little Sonatas
Gabriel Fauré; pavanne and Berceuse
François Joseph Gossec: Tambourin
Bela Bartok: Nine Dances from ‘Suite Paysanne Hongroise’

Flute Cake, Rebecca, Bel Canto – "Spring" by Antonio Vivaldi

NEXT CLASSICAL CAFÉ: Friday 20 June 7.30pm

‘The Music of Love’
Cullompton Community Centre
Friday 20 June 7 for 7.30pm
Tickets: (Incl. wine, soft drinks, snacks) £12 (U17 £6)
Cullompton Community Centre: 01884 33265
(proceeds to the Community Centre)

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