Latest newsletter: One month on!
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Dear New Paths supporters,
It is incredible that it is now a month since the end of the inaugural New Paths festival! We were absolutely thrilled with the level of support we received, both from those who call Beverley home and those who were visiting it for the first time. The buzz generated by our outstanding artists, the warm audiences, and such beautiful venues, provided a very special atmosphere. Thank you so much to all who were a part of it.
We are delighted to announce that, following such a successful first year, we will indeed be doing it again! Our 2017 dates will be announced shortly, so keep an eye on our website, our Twitter feed, and our Facebook page for further information.
Meanwhile, do have a look at our photo gallery from last month, read our festival write-up, or listen to Artistic Director Libby Burgess in conversation about establishing New Paths. Enjoy the memories!
Next spring may feel a long time away at the moment, but there are plenty of events coming up in Beverley, organised by other people, to keep you entertained between now and then:
Beverley & East Riding Early Music Festival
The 2016 Beverley & East Riding Early Music Festival runs Friday 27th – Monday 30th May. Opening with JS Bach’s remarkable Brandenburg Concertos presented by Florilegium and closing with Monteverdi’s monumental Vespers, guests artists include soprano Elin Manahan Thomas and lutenist Elizabeth Kenny, the Cardinalls’ Musicke, and the Fitzwilliam String Quartet. Further information available here.
Come & Sing Karl Kenkins’ The Armed Man
East Riding County Choir are holding a “Come & Sing” Karl Kenkins’ “The Armed Man” in Toll Gavel Church, Beverley, on Saturday 11th June. Details and application form can be found here.
Beverley Chamber Music Festival
The 2016 Festival will begin on Wednesday 21st September and end on Saturday 24th September, featuring performances by Tasmin Little and Martin Roscoe, Alexandra Dariescu, and the Carducci String Quartet. Further information available here.
We wish these organisations all the very best with their projects, and look forward to seeing you again soon ourselves!
With all best wishes, and great thanks for your help in getting New Paths off the ground,
Roland and Libby