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Aldeburgh Cinema

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51 High Street, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, IP15 5AU
  • Box office 01728 452996
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  • Website www.aldeburghcinema.co.uk
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Padmore & Vignoles

The artistic partnership of Peter Pears and Benjamin Britten remains a living presence at the Festival, and this beautifully-compiled concert is derived from their recital programmes. Programme Purcell arr. Britten A Morning Hymn; Job's Curse; An Evening Hymn Schumann Liederkreis Op.39 Faure La Bonne Chanson arr. Britten I wonder as I wander; Tom Bowling; At the mid hour of night; Sail on, sail on Performers Mark Padmore tenor Roger Vignoles piano The artistic partnership of Peter Pears and Benjamin Britten remains a living presence at the Festival, and this beautifully-compiled concert is derived from their recital programmes. At its heart is love: the cycle that Schumann called 'my most romantic' and Faure's startlingly ardent celebration of a love fulfilled, La bonne chanson. Arrangements by Britten himself open and close the evening, but Mark Padmore and Roger Vignoles are two artists who renew everything they touch, on their own profoundly insightful terms.

Sat 24 Jun

£5–£20

Originally built onto the back of a 19th-century shop, Aldeburgh Cinema still retains some original features and a walled garden to the rear. Home of the Aldeburgh Documentary Film and Children's Film Festivals. There are regular introduced screenings and special live events, a grand piano and a range of blockbuster, art house and world cinema on the programme.

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