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Concerts at Anteros
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The Norfolk Broads

Saturday 6th November
The Music Room at Anteros

7pm

£12

The Norfolk Broads are Anna Cornish, Eleanor Dale, Helen Cherry, and Daisy Johnson, a four-piece female ensemble singing low-pitched folk songs about love, despair and dastardly boyfriends.

 

They launched their hotly anticipated second album, Yonder Green Grove, to a sold out Bristol audience in September, and have since been slowly returning to live performance after a long 18 months away from the stage.

 

Tickets can be bought direct from The Norfolk Broads via the link below, or on the door.

 

Find the band on Instagram @broadsbroadsbroads 

Previous Concerts
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Ghost Trio and ALATI - Towards the Light

Wednesday 8th September
The Music Room at Anteros

7:30pm

£6 

Ghost trio

Two musicians and a poet perform original work, at times fusing music and words, at others in juxtaposition. Kate Munro(clarinet), Cheis Dowding (trumpet and composer) and Peter Pegnall(poet) conjure a strange, bittersweet brew. Their first live performance was on the beach, in Overstrand.

 

ALATI

ALATI is a trio led by Norwich-based trumpeter Chris Dowding that explores settings of various poets, including Alice Oswald, Colin Simms, and the project 'the body is not a desert', which is an electronic project featuring settings of poems by Andrew McMillan. Alongside Chris, the trio includes two London-based musicians - vocalist Brigitte Beraha and pianist Dave O' Brien.

 

The McMillan settings travel into looped textures and the physical effect of the Prophet synth, with simple melodic lines and spoken word embedded. ALATI have performed several times at Clerkenwell ARTSlab, and individually have worked with the bands Babelfish, Porpoise Corpus and Rude 2.0.

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Extreme Romantics - Voice & Piano Recital

Friday 10th September
The Music Room at Anteros

7pm 

£15 - includes a glass of wine
Advance tickets only - no availability on the door

The programme of music will include Bellini songs, Chopin waltzes & Schumann’s Dichterliebe.

Andrés Hernández-Salazar - Tenor

Will Hancox - Piano

 

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Follia - "Strangers in a strange land"

Sunday 12th September
The Music Room at Anteros

1pm - 2pm

£12 ticket on the door
£10 advance tickets
£6 under 18's

The theme is this concert is 'international travellers of the 18th Century.' The current programme follows a general theme of migration which has appeared in several Follia programmes - in this case, the theme is apparent in the works of composers who lived and worked extensively outside their original countries.

 

The concert will feature works by by Sammartini, Handel, Abel, Geminiani, Matteis and Telemann. Follia uses copies or original period instruments to play Baroque music, to bring to original sound of these compositions to life.

All four musicians perform in other chamber groups and orchestras, as well as teaching. They perform regularly in South West London and in East Suffolk.

Follia are:

Diane Moore - Baroque Violin

William Summers - Baroque Flute

Ibrahim Aziz - Viola de Gamba

Yeo Yat-Soon - Harpsichord

The Anteros Arts Foundation invites classical, jazz and folk musicians to contact us about performing in the Music Room. We want to know why you think you would be a good fit for us and what you would do to draw in a good crowd!
 
Our music programme supports artists and performers by offering a beautiful intimate space for concerts at a reasonable fee, with marketing support.

We can accommodate a limited number of concerts each year, and aim to provide a varied and high quality line-up featuring both touring and local musicians.  Acts are selected based on our experience of local audiences.

Email us at venue@anterosfoundation.com to find out more!