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2011/06/09

The current site update has been delayed somewhat due to unforeseen circumstances.

Accordion maestro Romano Viazzani will be playing Shostakovich's Jazz Suite No.2 with The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall on the 17th June 2011, conducted by Vasily Petrenko. More details at: http://www.liverpoolphil.com/5554/events-classical-music/white-nights.html. If you're in the North West, don't miss this - even if you think you don't know this work you'll be surprised by how much of it you do!

Maestro Viazzani also has 'some excellent news regarding the Trinity Guildhall Accordion Exam Syllabus. We have managed to save it and much of it was down to your overwhelming support in the response to my email! People power still works.'

Regrettably, news of some other accordion/accordion related events arrived just a little too late and these have now already passed.

 

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2011/05/29


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News from Debbie Golt of Outerglobe/WOM@TT about this years City Showcase: Roots & Flutes event, which will now take place on 17th September in Mile End Park, London E14 (admission: free). Applications for selection must now be received by the new closing date of 15th July to talent AT cityshowcase.co.uk. Please see City Showcase's press release for full details.

City Showcase are looking for talented musicians of any age, solo or bands or orchestras; from steel bands to reggae or Rai, from classical ensembles to gospel choirs, from African to South American and all points across Asia and Europe including modern fusion roots.

All applicants will be entered into a public vote to select ten to perform on 17th September in front of an expert and celebrity panel at an entirely FREE event in Mile End Park. The overall winner will receive mentoring and performance slots in the Olympic year of 2012.

Entry for selection is FREE.

City Showcase has a proven track record of showcasing and helping young musicians of all genres including Jonathan Ansell, Myleene Klass, Panjabi Hit Squad, Jay Sean, Amy Dickson, O Duo, Modeste Hugues, Abdulkader Saadoun, Raghu Dixit – who have just won a Songlines Award, Camilla Kerslake, Raven Quartet, Sway, N-Dubz, Amy Winehouse, and Keane.

They now want to encourage musicians working in traditional or classical fields or who are fusing the old with the new to showcase their talents. Please note that, on this occasion, pure pop artists will not be selected.

Apply by emailing talent AT cityshowcase.co.uk with your contact details and links to your biog, pic and music saying where you saw the invitation to apply . Closing date 15th July 2011.

 

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2011/05/18

News of some outstanding accordion events, albeit at somewhat short notice.

Accordion maestro Romano Viazzani supplied the following. On Saturday 28th May, at 7.30pm, the accordion students of the Royal Academy of Music will be playing at Our Lady and St Thomas of Canterbury Church, 22 Roxborough Park, Harrow on the Hill, Middx, HA1 3BE (Tel. 020 8422 2513). For some students, like Ksenija Sidorova, graduation looms and we find that suddenly they are already in their final year at the RAM. The concert will feature some beautiful music brought to life in the wonderful acoustic of a church whose size is perfect for an accordion recital.

The previous week, Sunday 22nd May sees two events, one in Canterbury, the other in London. Baltic+ Sounds New Accordion Day with Owen Murray is an all day series of events in Canterbury, Kent, some of them free. They include a composers' workshop in the morning at 10.00 am and at 3.30 pm a workshop for teachers and students. Students may bring their accordions and play in this afternoon workshop. For full details please see the flyer (.pdf format).

Also on Sunday 22nd May, as part of the Open Studio and Open Garden event for the benefit of InterAct Reading Service - the only UK charity dedicated to supporting stroke recovery with professional actors reading live to people in hospitals and at stroke clubs - violinist Harriet Mackenzie will be performing with with the highly-acclaimed classical accordionist Miloš Milivojević. For details please see the press release.

 

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2011/04/19

Two gig reviews today. And two fab gigs they were, too. First of all, mainly of interest here on account of the support act, last Friday's album launch for The Rock Between, Metamorphic Live At The Red Hedgehog, Highgate, London N6. A highly enjoyable gig, in spite of some technical and evident venue problems that really must have been awful to cope with for Laura Cole and her excellent band. I'm only sorry I can't attend their next one tomorrow at Charlie Wright's in London. At The Red Hedgehog, Metamorphic were supported by Leeds based Chamber Improv trio 7 Hertz. They proved so good that I actually felt compelled to include them in the review! Classical chamber music meets free jazz - if you're looking for a - very - broad description. Or Stravinsky, Bartok, Satie meet Mingus and Dolphy.

Then, last night's Mumbai Jazz Feat. Larry Coryell, Ned McGowan, Ronu Majumdar & Rajesh Rajbhatt At The Purcell Room, South Bank Centre, London SE1 proved no less enjoyable and of interest here as it involves Indian classical music, as well as Larry Coryell's classical influences. A truly exceptional East-Meets-West type encounter, so exceptional one could almost forgive the substitution of the all the same excellent Ned McGowan for the great Hubert Laws as originally billed.

Two more dates are ahead for the Mumbai Jazz tour - Tuesday 26th April 2011, 20:00 St George's, Bristol Tickets £11 on 0845 40 24 001, and Saturday 30th April 2011, 20:30 Porgy & Bess, Vienna (Austria) Tickets 25 on +43 1 512 88 11.

Still trying to figure out how a copy of May's Mojo freeby disc found its way here in a plain Jiffy sans return address, sans identifiable post mark. Everybody makes a mistake sometimes, but I really wasn't expecting anything else last week. It's a mystery! S** it, I give up - who was the joker then?

 

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2011/04/12

Today's album review is of the fabulous soundtrack album to Bethany Jameson and Romano Viazzani's equally fabulous music theatre production The Accordionist. This is one of those rare soundtrack albums that holds up well in its own right. Great Piaf repertoire interpretations, great originals. The show itself is still at the New End Theatre till Sunday 24th April 2011. Performances are Tue to Sat 7pm and Sat & Sun 3pm, tickets are £14, concessions £12. You can book online or by credit card on 0870 033 2733. The New End Theatre is at 27 New End, Hampstead, London NW3 1JD, just minutes from Hampstead tube on the Northern Line. Early booking is advisable as tickets seem to be moving fast.

 

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2011/04/06

A quick interim update today to bring you a review of last night's London Premiere of Bethany Jameson And Romano Viazzani In 'The Accordionist' At The New End Theatre, Hampstead, London NW3, Tuesday 5th April, 2011. The Accordionist is a wonderful piece of music theatre, and last night was a triumph!

Written by and starring Bethany Jameson and Romano Viazzani, The Accordionist is at the New End Theatre till Sunday 24th April 2011. Performances are Tue to Sat 7pm and Sat & Sun 3pm, tickets are £14, concessions £12. You can book online or by credit card on 0870 033 2733. The New End Theatre is at 27 New End, Hampstead, London NW3 1JD, just minutes from Hampstead tube on the Northern Line. Early booking is advisable as tickets seem to be moving fast.

A CD of the music of The Accordionist has been recorded and will be available shortly during the run of the show.

 

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2011/04/03

Guillermo Rozenthuler and the UK's foremost tango ensemble, Tango Siempre, have embarked on the long Midnight Tango show's tour with stars of TV's Strictly Come Dancing Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace. The show premiered in Jersey last week and will continue this week in Southampton. Tickets for the nationwide tour are selling extraordinarily fast, so be sure to book yours as early as you can.

Also, Bethany Jameson and Romano Viazzani's The Accordionist will be starting it's London run on April 5th at the New End Theatre, Hampstead. A feast for all connoisseurs of Piaf and the chanson genre as well as of the accordion. Written and performed by outstanding singer-songwriter and writer Bethany Jameson and composer and accordion maestro Romano Viazzani, and directed by Andrew Morton, The Accordionist is a musical exploration of loss, desire, drink and dogged optimism. It features new arrangements of Piaf classics as well as new pieces by Viazzani in an entertaining, thought-provoking evening of music and theatre.

Currently scheduled to run from Tuesday 5th to Sunday 24th April 2011, with performances Tue to Sat 7pm and Sat & Sun 3pm, tickets are £14, concessions £12. You can book online or by credit card on 0870 033 2733. The New End Theatre is at 27 New End, Hampstead, London NW3 1JD, just minutes from Hampstead tube on the Northern Line. Early booking is advisable as tickets are selling fast.

A CD of the music has been recorded but due to production snags won't now ber available on the opening night. However, it will be available at some point during the run of the show.

 

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2011/03/24

First, a reminder that Bethany Jameson and Romano Viazzani's The Accordionist will be starting it's London run - already extended! - on April 5th at the New End Theatre, Hampstead. A feast for all connoisseurs of Piaf and the chanson genre as well as of the accordion. Written and performed by outstanding singer-songwriter and writer Bethany Jameson and composer and accordeon maestro Romano Viazzani, and directed by Andrew Morton, The Accordionist is a musical exploration of loss, desire, drink and dogged optimism. It features new arrangements of Piaf classics as well as new pieces by Viazzani in an entertaining, thought-provoking evening of music and theatre.

Currently scheduled to run from Tuesday 5th to Sunday 24th April 2011, with performances Tue to Sat 7pm and Sat & Sun 3pm, tickets are £14, concessions £12. You can book online or by credit card on 0870 033 2733. The New End Theatre is at 27 New End, Hampstead, London NW3 1JD, just minutes from Hampstead tube on the Northern Line. Early booking is advisable as tickets seem to be moving fast.

A CD of the music is currently being recorded and should be ready just in time for the show's opening night at theNew End.

Reviewed today is last night's fabulous Ben Bastin Trio Live At the Forge, Camden Town, London NW1, with their album launch for The Missing Piece. Jazz music that could be almost as at home in a salon concert as in a jazz club. And a simply sensational performance by Messrs. Bastin, Turville and Blackmore and special guests Amelia Tucker, Raven Bush and Danny Keane that was something very out of the ordinary, at a wonderful venue that's also something special.

In the Features section, we have an exclusive interview with violinist extraordinaire and singer Lizzie Ball, whose latest wonderful album with one of her ensembles, the jazz-oriented Eclectica!, Flight Of Fancy has just been released (and which we reviewed here some time ago already). It proved a fascinating chat, in which we also talked about Ms. Ball's work with Nigel Kennedy and his Orchestra of Life, Eclectica! and string quartet icon Bernard Gregor-Smith among lots of other topics. (This should have been up with the previous site update but due to time constraints had to wait for today.)

 

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2011/03/14

A review of an album that might be of interest to classical music fans. Although coming from the jazz world, this music might be almost equally at home in a salon concert as in a jazz club. It's the Ben Bastin Trio's debut album The Missing Piece, to be released and launched at The Forge in Camden on March 23rd. A devastatingly brilliant album.

Bethany Jameson and Romano Viazzani's The Accordionist, which will be starting its London run on April 5th at the New End Theatre, Hampstead, has already been extended following successful runs in Poole and Exeter! Written and performed by outstanding singer-songwriter and writer Bethany Jameson and composer and accordeon maestro Romano Viazzani, and directed by Andrew Morton, The Accordionist is a musical exploration of loss, desire, drink and dogged optimism. It features new arrangements of Piaf classics as well as new pieces by Viazzani in an entertaining, thought-provoking evening of music and theatre.

Currently scheduled to run from Tuesday 5th to Sunday 24th April 2011, with performances Tue to Sat 7pm and Sat & Sun 3pm, tickets are £14, concessions £12. You can book online or by credit card on 0870 033 2733. The New End Theatre is at 27 New End, Hampstead, London NW3 1JD, just minutes from Hampstead tube on the Northern Line. Early booking is advisable as tickets seem to be moving fast.

A CD of the music is currently being recorded and should be ready just in time for the show's opening night at theNew End.

Definitely one not to be missed!

N.B. - Upload of this current site update has been delayed by one day due to unavoidable circumstances.

 

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2011/02/24

A reminder that the new music theatre show, The Accordionist, by and starring singer-songwriter, cabaret performer and playwright Bethany Jameson and accordion maestro Romano Viazzani and directed by Andrew Morton moves to Exeter's Bike Shed Theatre from 1st to 5th March before a longer London run at Hampstead's New End Theatre from 5th to 24th April. More details can be found on Bethany Jameson's web site. This show promises to be a real treat! With music mostly by maestro Viazzani himself and with some Piaf classics as well, it's bound to be an experience that you wouldn't want to miss. An album of the show's music should be available by the time the show hits London - more details as soon as they become available.

La Piaf brings us conveniently to another accordionist, Edward Jay, with chanson/cabaret singer Eve Loiseau and featuring violinist Fiona Barrow in the acclaimed UK Touring Theatre production Piaf - The Songs, a musical tribute to Edith Piaf and her songs. As well as a dramatic narrative thread, the show includes the iconic songs La vie en rose, Sous le ciel de Paris, Autumn Leaves, Padam, C’est merveilleux, Mon Dieu, L’hymne à L’amour, L’accordéoniste, Milord, and Non je ne regrette rien, all in new arrangements by Edward Jay.

Jay has also finally finished the Piaf album from the show. Previews of some of the songs as well as full details of the show can be found here. It certainly promises to be one fabulous album. More details ASAP. Meanwhile, the following dates for the Piaf - The Songs show have been announced:

Saturday 23 Apr 2011 PRESTEIGNE Mid-Border Arts, Assembly Rooms http://www.midborderarts.org.uk/events.html
Saturday 30 Apr 2011 EASTLEIGH, The Point http://www.thepointeastleigh.co.uk/
Sunday 01 May 2011 EASTBOURNE Festival, Arts centre http://www.eastbourneartists.co.uk/
Friday 06 May 2011 ORMSKIRK, The Rose Theatre http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/rosetheatre
Saturday 07 May 2011 WHITEHAVEN, Rosehill Theatre http://www.rosehilltheatre.co.uk/
Wednesday 18 May 2011 EPSOM Playhouse http://www.epsomplayhouse.co.uk/
Saturday 21 May 2011 SANDWICH, St Mary’s http://stmarys.open-sandwich.co.uk/news.htm
Thursday 26 May 2011 POCKLINGTON, Arts Centre http://www.pocklingtonartscentre.co.uk/
Friday 27 May 2011 BURY, The Met http://themet.biz/
Saturday 28 May 2011 NORWICH Playhouse http://www.norwichplayhouse.org.uk/
Monday 30 May 2011 NOTTINGHAM Playhouse http://www.nottinghamplayhouse.co.uk/
Tuesday 31 May 2011 SALISBURY International Arts Festival http://www.salisburyfestival.co.uk/home.aspx
Thursday 02 Jun 2011 PORTSMOUTH New Theatre Royal http://www.newtheatreroyal.com/
Sunday 05 Jun 2011 COVENTRY, Warwick Arts Centre http://www.warwickartscentre.co.uk/
Thursday 09 Jun 2011 DEVIZES Festival at Wharf Theatre http://www.devizesfestival.co.uk
Thursday 16 Jun 2011 ABERGAVENNY Borough Theatre http://www.boroughtheatreabergavenny.co.uk/
Friday 17 Jun 2011 BRADFORD ON AVON, West Wilts Music Centre http://www.wiltshiremusic.org.uk/
Saturday 18 Jun 2011 PERSHORE, No.8 http://www.number8.org/
Thursday 30 Jun 2011 ASHBOURNE Festival at The Town Hall http://www.ashbournefestival.org
Wednesday 06 Jul 2011 HENLEY Festival http://www.henley-festival.co.uk
Thursday 29 Sep 2011 FALKIRK Town Hall

 

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2011/02/17

Please note that as part of ongoing site maintenance the 2010 version of this page has now been moved to the Archives.

 

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2011/02/08

Just a reminder that the new music theatre show, The Accordionist, by and starring singer-songwriter, cabaret performer and playwright Bethany Jameson and accordion maestro Romano Viazzani and directed by Andrew Morton opens in Poole this Friday, 11th February, at the Lighthouse Studio. More details can be found on Bethany Jameson's web site. This show promises to be a real treat! With music mostly by maestro Viazzani himself and with some Piaf classics as well, it's bound to be an experience that you wouldn't want to miss.

After the Poole premiere, the show moves to Exeter's Bike Shed Theatre from 1st to 5th March before a longer London run at Hampstead's New End Theatre from 5th to 24th April.

Also, while we're on the topic of things 'pull-and-squeezy', bandoneonista extraordinaire Julian Rowlands has come across a great web site concerned with all things free reed and diatonic - Diatonic News, providing a great link between accordionist, bandoneonists and others nationwide.

 

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2011/02/01

From the UK's foremost tango ensemble, Tango Siempre, more exciting news about the Midnight Tango show's tour with stars of TV's Strictly Come Dancing Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace. With some theatres already reporting that Midnight Tango is their fastest selling show of 2011, the producers of Midnight Tango have responded by adding further performances at certain venues on the nationwide tour, which begins in Southampton at the Mayflower Theatre on 6th April.

Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace have dazzled television audiences for six series of the BBC's Strictly Come Dancing with their stunning tango routines. Now, in their new live show, they will bring to life all the drama, sensuality and elegance of this most exciting of dance forms.

Midnight Tango is set in a late-night bar in downtown Buenos Aires. Vincent and Flavia will be joined by ten of the finest tango dancers in the world, and, between them, they will take the audience on a journey into the heart of this intoxicating city, as danger and excitement, joy and jealousy, pain and passion combine into a spectacular and explosive evening.

Karen Bruce, who has choreographed for both Strictly Come Dancing and So You Think You Can Dance on BBC 1, and whose recent theatre credits include Pacific Overtures (Donmar Warehouse), for which she won the Olivier Award for Best Choreographer, and Footloose (West End and UK Tour), will direct the production, with choreography by Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace, design by Morgan Large and lighting by James Whiteside. The live music will be provided by top tango band, Tango Siempre, featuring vocalist Guillermo Rozenthuler.

The nationwide tour of Midnight Tango is produced by Arlene Phillips and Adam Spiegel. For further information, please visit www.MidnightTango.co.uk. Tour dates can be found there, too. Surely, a move to the West End seems almost inevitable?

 

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2011/01/24

More news from premiere accordion maestro and composer Romano Viazzani. A new music theatre show, The Accordionist, by and starring singer-songwriter, cabaret performer and playwright Bethany Jameson and maestro Viazzani himself, and directed by Andrew Morton opens in Poole on Friday 11th February, at the Lighthouse Studio. 'A story of desire, drink and dogged optimism,' it's about an Edith Piaf tribute singer who escapes her unhappy marriage and musical partnership with her forceful accordionist husband who has forced her to sing only Piaf songs. After years of absence from the stage and battling with achoholism she is reunited with a new, younger accordionist who has carried a torch for her for many years... The incidental music and most of the songs have been specially written by maestro Viazzani, who also arranged the Piaf songs. More details can be found on Bethany Jameson's web site.

After the Poole premiere, the show moves to Exeter's Bike Shed Theatre from 1st to 5th March before a longer London run at Hampstead's New End Theatre from 5th to 24th April.

 

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2011/01/17

Accordion maestro Romano Viazzani kindly forwarded some fascinating accordion-related events announced by London's Royal Academy of Music.

20th January. Final of Patrons Wigmore Award, Wigmore Hall, 1.00pm. Rafal Luc (student of Owen Murray at the RAM) Free event but tickets are required from; e.goodATram.ac.uk.

23rd February. Accordion Showcase. Royal Academy of Music, 7.30 pm.

25th February. Accordion Master Class, Professor Friedrich Lips, Gnessins Russian Academy of Music, Moscow. 10.00am to 5.00 pm.

The Music of Piazzolla - Monday 14th March 7.30 pm David Josefowitz Recital Hall Tickets £7 (concessions £5) from the Academy’s Box Office This celebration of Piazzolla’s music for accordion, strings and guitar will include: Piazzolla History of the Tango; Rio Sena for accordion and violin; Escualo for accordion and violin or clarinet; Le Grand Tango for accordion and cello; Ave Maria (Tanti Anni Prima); Five Tango Sensations for accordion and string quartet

R.A.M. Club Prize Winner’s Recital Wednesday 6th April 7.30 pm David Josefowitz Recital Hall Tickets £7 (concessions £5) from the Academy’s Box Office. Amadej Herzog, accordion, Stjepan Hauser, cello. JS Bach - Fantasy and Fugue in A minor BWV561, Sofia Gubaidulina - De Profundis, Vitja Avsec - Danza Ritmica, Kusyakov - Autumnal Sceneries op 29, Jukka Tiensuu - Aufschwung op 20, Vyacheslav Semjonow - Presto from Sonata no 1, Piazzolla - Le Grand Tango, Schnittke - Suite Revis Fairy-tale.

Meanwhile, please be aware that due to long-overdue 'site maintenance' being in progress, new items may be a little slow in coming along for a while although we'll do our best. Please also note that the 2010 content of this page will be moved to the Archives section soon.

 

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Reviews


There is a full index of all reviews available on Rainlore's World of Music. Also, there is an index listing all CD reviews , which includes reviews of music from all genres, and another one listing all live music reviews.

Reviews added 2011/04/19:

Metamorphic Live At The Red Hedgehog, Highgate, London N6, Friday 15th April 2011 (2011/04/17)

Mumbai Jazz - Larry Coryell, Ned McGowan, Ronu Majumdar & Rajesh Rajbhatt At The Purcell Room, SBC, London SE1, Monday 18th April 2011 (2011/04/19)

 

Reviews added 2011/04/12:

Bethany Jameson, Romano Viazzani :  The Accordionist - Soundtrack From The UK Stage Production (2011/04/11)

 

Reviews added 2011/04/06:

Theatrical Review: Bethany Jameson And Romano Viazzani In 'The Accordionist' - London Premiere At The New End Theatre, Hampstead, London NW3, Tuesday 5th April, 2011 (2011/04/06)

 

Reviews added 2011/03/24:

Ben Bastin Trio Live At The Forge, Camden Town, London NW1, Wednesday 23rd March 2011 (2011/03/24)

 

Reviews added 2011/03/14:

Ben Bastin Trio :  The Missing Piece (2011/03/09)

 


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Both formal and informal articles, both on as well as off site, on all manner of topics relating to classical music. Titles are accompanied by brief descriptions of the content. A full index of articles and features is also available.

 

Features/Articles added 2011/03/24:

The Rainlore Interview:  Lizzie Ball (2011/03/02)

 

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