2014-2015

ArtCare/Elevate

Friday 10 October 2014
Salisbury District Hospital: recitals in wards and public spaces

Clarinet: Mark Withers

Sponsored by Arts Council England; Salisbury Independent Hospital Trust


In Remembrance: First World War Centenary Commemoration

Saturday 8 November 2014
St Thomas’s Church, Salisbury

Pankhurst Voices from No Man’s Land
Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival Men’s Chorus | director: Howard Moody

Webern Three Little Pieces Opus 11
Cello: Nick Cooper | piano: Howard Moody

Vaughan Williams The Lark Ascending
Violin: Rita Manning | organ: Howard Moody

Janáček Violin Sonata 3rd Movement
Violin: Rita Manning | piano: Howard Moody

Help for Heroes Band of Brothers Bird’s Eye View | Sliding Down | Not the Place but the People
Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival Men’s Chorus | director/piano: Howard Moody | guitar: Adrian Zolotuhin | percussion: Buster Birch | violin: Rita Manning | cello: Nick Cooper

Sponsored by two anonymous La Folia Friends; Fawcetts; Girdlers Company; St Thomas’s Church


ArtCare/Elevate: Recitals in Wards and Public Spaces

Tuesday 27 January 2015
Springs Restaurant, Salisbury District Hospital

Violin: Ken Aiso

Friday 27 March 2015
Springs Restaurant, Salisbury District Hospital

Clarinet: Mark Withers

Sponsored by Arts Council England; Salisbury Independent Hospital Trust


A Meditation for Holy Week

Wednesday 1 April 2015, 7.30pm
Salisbury Cathedral

Macmillan Seven Last Words from the Cross
Allegri Miserere
Conductor: David Halls | Salisbury Cathedral Choir | La Folia Orchestra (leader Daphne Moody)


Magna Carta Gala Concert

Saturday 13 June 2015, 7.00pm
Salisbury Cathedral

Mozart Missa Brevis in D
Elgar Serenade for Strings
Pergolesi Missa Brevis
O’Regan New Commission
Conductor: David Halls | Salisbury Cathedral Choir | La Folia Orchestra (leader Daphne Moody)


ArtCare/Elevate: Recitals in Wards and Public Spaces

Friday 3 July 2015, 1.00pm
Springs Restaurant, Salisbury District Hospital

Guitar: Morgan Szymanski

Free, no ticket required

Sponsored by Arts Council England; Salisbury Independent Hospital Trust


 Magna Songs Project Performance

Tuesday 14 July 2015, 10.30am
Salisbury Cathedral

Project participants pupils from Exeter House Special School, Woodford Valley Primary Academy Resource Base for Autism, Larkrise Special School, Grove Primary School Hearing Impairment Unit
La Folia creative team artistic director: Howard Moody | singers: Emily Blows; Mark Padmore | dancer: Anusha Subramanyam | actor: Colin Brown | violin, viola, accordion: Anna Cooper | percussion: Buster Birch; Bangalore Prakash | visual arts: Susan Francis

Sponsored by Arts Council England; Wiltshire and Swindon Community Foundation; Wiltshire Music Connect; Wiltshire Council; NADFAS; Overwood Trust; Misselbrook Trust; ESJ Robinson Charitable Trust; Frank and Elizabeth Brenan; private donors; 2 anonymous La Folia Friends

In kind support from Salisbury Cathedral Dean and Chapter


Southern Cathedrals Festival Choral Concert

Saturday 18 July 2015, 6.00pm
Salisbury Cathedral

Bach/Elgar Fantasia and Fugue in C minor
Elgar Give unto the Lord
Tippett A Child of our Time
Chichester, Salisbury, Winchester Cathedral Choirs | La Folia


Magna Songs Performance for Hospital Staff

Saturday 21 July 2015, 11am
Salisbury District Hospital

Pupils from Exeter House Special School

“Truly the most inspirational show and I took so much from it. The children are my heroes. Absolutely fantastic. Brilliant.” Audience member at hospital performance


Magna Songs Chamber Concert

Saturday 19 September 2015, 7.30pm
Medieval Hall, Salisbury

Bach Art of Fugue
Students with Special Needs (arr. Howard Moody) Magna Song Cycle

Tenor: Mark Padmore | guitar: Morgan Szymanski | dance: Anusha Subramanyam | percussion: Mayilvaganum Vijayarajah | harpsichord: Howard Moody | La Folia String Quartet: Elizabeth Wilcock, Daphne Moody, Annette Isserlis, Nick Cooper

“It was an extraordinary achievement driven by the extraordinary Howard Moody and it was a privilege to have been involved. The audience’s response at the end of the performance, deep silence and tearful faces, was an apt indication of what had been created.  It was deeply moving.” Audience member at chamber concert

Magna Songs Chamber Concert Review 19.09.15