St Endellion Summer Festival 2014 -
Many of you will remember the extraordinary Festival of 2011 when Martyn Brabbins conducted Wagner’s Die Walküre. A near disaster was averted when Sir John Tomlinson agreed to appear at the last minute as Wotan in place of an ailing Robert Hayward. All those who were there will never forget that performance. I am delighted to be able to announce that not only will Martyn Brabbins be making a welcome return to St Endellion this summer but also that he will be conducting Mussorgsky’s Boris Godunov with Sir John in the title role. Alongside Sir John will be a world-
The opening concert, on Wednesday 29th July, will see the return of Charles Owen with Beethoven’s Emperor Piano Concerto and a performance of Rossini’s delightful Petite Messe Solemnelle. Our annual visit to Truro will be on Monday 3rd August for a performance of Haydn’s Creation -
We very much hope that the wonderful Fisherman’s Friends will be back for a late-
I hope you will all agree that this promises to be an absolute feast and I really hope to be able to see you all there.