The Feinstein Ensemble

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Upcoming concerts


Autumn 2022 is going to be an exciting time for us as we return to St Martin's to perform a series of concerts featuring the solo cantatas of Bach.



Thursday 8th September: St Martin-in-the-fields
BACH MASTERPIECES
Bach Violin Concerto in A minor BWV 1041
Bach Cantata No 82 "Ich habe genug”
Bach “Starkes Lieben BWV 182
Bach Oboe and Violin Concerto BWV 1060
The Feinstein Ensemble
Ben Davies - bass
Katharina Spreckelsen - solo oboe
Catherine Manson - solo violin


Friday 7th October: St Martin-in-the-fields
BACH MASTERPIECES
Bach Triple Concerto in A minor for flute, violin and Harpsichord BWV 1044
Bach Cantata No 170 "Vergnügte Ruh”
Bach “Ich will auch mit gebrochnen Augen” BWV 125
Telemann Double concerto for recorder and viola da gamba in A minor
The Feinstein Ensemble
Martha McLorinan - alto
Catherine Manson - solo violin
Christopher Suckling - solo viola da gamba
Robin Bigwood - solo harpsichord
Martin Feinstein - Director/flute/recorder


Friday 18 November: St Martin-in-the-fields
BACH MASTERPIECES
Bach Brandenburg Concerto 5 BWV 1050
Bach Cantata No 209 "Non sa che sia dolore"
Telemann “Du bist verflucht”
Bach Brandenburg Concerto 4 BWV 1049
The Feinstein Ensemble
Faye Newton - soprano
Catherine Manson - solo violin
Robin Bigwood - solo harpsichord
Martin Feinstein - Director/flute/recorder

A highlight of the Autumn will our much anticipated Burlesque Cantatas performance at Kings Place, featuring staged versions of Bach's Peasant and Coffee cantatas. The event was cancelled because of the pandemic and so we are doubly excited that it is going ahead in November.



Sunday 6 November: Kings Place Hall One
The Burlesque Cantatas
Bach Peasant Cantata BWV 212
Bach ‘Ich armer Mensch, ich Sündenknecht’ BWV 55
Bach Coffee Cantata BWV 211
Charles Daniels tenor
Faye Newton soprano
Ben Davies bass
London Bach Singers
The Feinstein Ensemble

Martin Feinstein director

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