The Society meets at Wiltshire Music Centre,
Ashley Road,Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire

on the last Friday, each month,
from 19:30 - 21:30. ( September - June )

 

Bradford on Avon Recorded Music Society presents its 18th season of concerts of recorded music at the Wiltshire Music Centre, Ashley Road, Bradford an Avon. The aim of the Society is to present on excellent sound equipment a broad range of classical music on compact disc, selected from the whole of the recording era, circa 1900 to the present day.
Programmes include a wide variety of orchestral, chamber, instrumental and vocal music, chosen and presented by members and by visiting specialists, giving background about the music or performers.

We have a short informal refreshment interval when members can chat or discuss the music or other matters of interest with each other or the presenter. Visitors are very welcome at any of our meetings. Whether you come with a friend or alone, you will find the atmosphere friendly and welcoming.

For more information please contact
the
Chairman: Robin Benton (01225 425665)
or Secretary
Tim Looker (01179 684777)

Visitors are very welcome

Eighteenth Season 2018/19

Friday 28th September

A Baker’s Dozen

 

Rod McCaulder
Friday 26th October

Music Inspired by Shakespeare

 

Guy Heppner
Friday 30th November

Hungarian Rhapsodies and
Bohemian Dances

 

Martin Sowerbutts
Friday 07th December

Christmas Party

 

[January No Programme this Month]

 

Friday 22nd February

Stars and Stripes Forever

 

Robin Benton
Friday 29th March

Subject TBC

 

Astra Herincx
Friday 26th April

Architecture in Music & Voices Remembered

 

Ken and Grace Donnelly
Friday 31st May

Antonin Dvorák
(preceded by AGM at 7 pm)

 

Tim Looker
Friday 28th June

String Along With Me

 

Pam Ruthven

The committee reserve the right to change or amend the schedule if necessary.

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