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WELCOME Come June 2019, we can confidently make you one promise: there will be glorious sunshine at the 15th East Neuk Festival. It may well come from the sky, but if not, the music will warm and delight you in the company of such radiant geniuses as Dvořák, Mozart, Mendelssohn, Brahms and Haydn. Each year we ask the ENF audience for feedback and this year we are taking a bold step in response. In 2018, we were delighted to see a stream of comments praising the comfort, sightlines, atmosphere and ease of access at The Bowhouse. We also discovered that its acoustic works as well for soloists and ensembles as for orchestra, so this year we are presenting a full series of evening concerts there, and one or two more besides. By coincidence, we also have ensembles and repertoire which will suit a bigger space: the Belcea and Pavel Haas Quartets join forces for Mendelssohn’s Octet; Peter Whelan handpicks Europe’s finest wind players for Mozart’s Serenade for 13 Winds; and ENF favourites Alec Frank-Gemmill and Alexander Janiczek do the same with Camerata Janiczek to create their own period orchestra to play Mozart and Handel concertos.
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THE DRYING GREEN Throughout our festival week (from 23 June), come and enjoy a large-scale art installation at Kellie Castle and Garden inspired by the humble village drying green. These were the communal places where women (mainly!) could dry the family washing but also meet, chat and pass the time. We celebrate that sense of community by stringing vibrant banners across the wild meadow at Kellie, creating an art installation that is also a maze, a playground for all ages. On 29 June, it becomes the backdrop to The Garden Party, a festive afternoon of informal, fun, lively, merry, family-friendly music. See p12. Supported by EventScotlandâ€™s Beacon Programme NB These are outdoor events, so if the weather looks like it will turn inclement we may have to cancel the pop-up concerts, and the drying green may only be viewable from a distance. Before travelling please check our website, Facebook or Twitter for updates, or call our box office.
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Musicians are always on the go, travelling between concerts and projects and (sometimes, even) home. Every year at ENF they cross paths with friends and new faces, and sometimes that leads to other things – perhaps a new collaboration or experiment. Over the past few years, 2 of the world’s finest quartets – Belcea and Pavel Haas – and one of its greatest pianists – Elisabeth Leonskaja – have encountered each other, and this year they come together for a series of 5 concerts that are so special, you will find nothing like them elsewhere. Solo, quartet, quintet and octet – a treasure house of delights from the classics of chamber music performed by the ideal musicians.
The consistently high standard of all performances and some really outstanding players combined to make this festival, with its careful management,
the best I've attended in my long lifetime. I should add, this festival just gets better each year. Highest praise to the management and organisers.” 4 Tickets: +44 (0)131 473 2000 or hubtickets.co.uk/eastneukfestival
FINCH & KEITA A Welsh harpist and Senegalese kora master met 6 years ago. She knew nothing of the kora, and he didnâ€™t know much classical harp music, but that serendipitous meeting sparked a close friendship and a musical adventure. They have since given concerts worldwide and created 2 award-winning albums, finding a huge amount of common ground and drawing on their diverse traditions to develop the synergies that transform them. Catrin Finch and Seckou Keita come to ENF with a 3-concert residency, performing individually and together, and playing a range of music that reaches from Bach to freshlyminted creations.
ENF RETREAT NEXT STEPS This year sees an evolution of our ENF Retreat programme. From the 40-odd remarkable young musicians who have come to Fife to participate so far, we have invited 2 to return and take part in 3 concerts – solo, chamber and concerto. As time goes on we’ll do this more and more, building up a family of players who regularly appear at the festival. This year, violinist Benjamin Baker and violist Diyang Mei take this next step with us, giving an intimate duo recital on Thursday, joining a chamber ensemble with the other Retreatants on Friday and playing Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante with the SCO on Sunday. Benjamin led the ensemble at the very first ENF Retreat concert. Since then he has joined the roster of the prestigious Young Classical Artists Trust, won 1st prize at the 2016 YCA auditions in New York, toured China, Argentina, USA and Chile and made solo debuts at top venues in Europe and the USA. Diyang joined the 2016 ENF Retreat, and has since been awarded a Borletti-Buitoni Trust Fellowship as well as winning 1st prizes around the world at a whole list of competitions. The quality they single out is his wonderful musicality. The 5th ENF Retreat runs from 23 – 28 June 2019. If you would like to support ENF Retreat, please get in touch – contact details on page 16.
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WEDNESDAY 26 JUNE
ENF DAY BY DAY THE BOWHOUSE SERIES 1 7.30pm, The Bowhouse £25 / £18 (£5 for 7-17 year olds) Approx. 110 mins with interval MICHAEL NYMAN The Ogre, In Re Don Giovanni, The Libertine MOZART Serenade for 13 Winds ‘Gran Partita’, K361/370a Tullis Russell Mills Band John Wallace director Ensemble Marsyas Peter Whelan director Euphonious (pleasing to the ear) is a word for the entire ENF, we hope, not least this first Bowhouse concert. The glorious sound of the brass band followed by Mozart at his lovely mellowest. Peter Whelan has handpicked period-instrument wind players from all over Europe just for us to play the Serenade for 13 Winds, while the Tullis Russell Mills Band – in their centenary year – are led by John Wallace in Nyman’s splendid film scores. Sponsored by Hedley G Wright
Bowhouse bus service available, see p15 for details
THURSDAY 27 JUNE
ENF RETREAT: A NEXT STEP 1 11.30am, Crail Church £17 / £13 (£5 for 7-17 year olds) Approx. 65 mins
MORRISON INTERVIEW 1 2pm, Crail Church Hall £7, approx. 45 mins Music critic of The Times, Richard Morrison, asks: What future is there for music in education and where will the next generation of amazing young musicians come from — who will create the opportunities for them to shine? John Wallace joins him to discuss.
BRITTEN Suite No 2 in D, Op 80 BACH Partita in Dm, BWV1004 HALVORSEN Passacaglia Benjamin Baker violin Diyang Mei viola Baker and Mei: two brilliant young musicians on the rise. Mei’s rendition of Britten’s Suite is a joy to behold, then Baker tackles a Himalaya of all music, Bach’s Partita with its towering Ciaccona. Halvorsen’s take on Handel is a show-stopping finale, driving both players to ever greater feats of virtuosity.
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THURSDAY 27 JUNE
PAVEL HAAS QUARTET 4pm, Kilrenny Church £17 / £13 (£5 for 7-17 year olds) Approx. 70 mins DVOŘÁK Quartet No 14 in A-flat, Op 105 BEETHOVEN Quartet No 9 in C, Op 59 No 3 Two masterpieces that open in darkness and journey towards joy and exultation. The thrilling Pavel Haas Quartet returns to ENF with a compelling pairing.
“Pavel Haas were the Premier League”
THE BOWHOUSE SERIES 2 8pm, The Bowhouse £25 / £18 (£5 for 7-17 year olds) Approx. 120 mins with interval MOZART Sonata in D, KV284 CHOPIN 2 Polonaises, Op 26 Nocturne, Op 55 No 2 Nocturne, Op 48 No 1 Impromptu Phantasie, Op 66 JÖRG WIDMANN Elf Humoresken SCHUMANN Symphonische Etüden Elisabeth Leonskaja piano Commanding, poetic and powerful, piano legend Elisabeth Leonskaja returns to ENF with a very personal recital including three composers who have been at the heart of her entire musical life.
(invitations to follow)
Bowhouse bus service available, see p15 for details
FRIDAY 28 JUNE
ENF RETREAT: A NEXT STEP 2
MORRISON INTERVIEW 2
11.30am, Kilrenny Church £17 / £13 (£5 for 7-17 year olds) Approx. 80 mins MOZART Quintet in Gm, K516 BRAHMS Sextet in G, Op 36 Musicians of The ENF Retreat
2pm, St Ayle Church £7, approx. 45 mins Music critic of The Times, Richard Morrison, asks members of the Belcea and Pavel Haas Quartets for the inside story of what life is like as a member of the world’s top quartets.
Mozart’s poignant quintet followed by Brahms’ magnificent sextet, with the young musicians of ENF Retreat playing alongside distinguished professionals and our two returning Retreatants, violinist Benjamin Baker and violist Diyang Mei.
S T A Y L E, A N S
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FRIDAY 28 JUNE
SATIE & GRAPPELLI
4pm, The Bowhouse £17 / £13 (£5 for 7-17 year olds) Approx. 65 mins JOE DUDDELL Parallel Lines TOSHIO HOSOKAWA Reminiscence HELEN GRIME Harp of the North HUW WATKINS New Work ENF Commission, world premiere Colin Currie percussion Huw Watkins piano Brilliance, subtlety and panache sum up Colin Currie, one of Scotland’s very finest musicians, who makes his ENF debut in duo with Huw Watkins. Expect everything from mesmerising reflection to spectacular fireworks.
8pm, Anstruther Town Hall £12 (£5 for 7-17 year olds) Approx. 75 mins Euan Stevenson piano Tim Kliphuis Trio A jazzy double-bill with a Parisian twist. Stevenson’s unique take on Erik Satie’s beautiful music includes classics like the Gymnopédie, while the Tim Kliphuis Trio raise the roof celebrating the hot, hot jazz of Stéphane Grappelli.
KORA LATE NIGHT 10pm, St Ayle Church £12 (£5 for 7-17 year olds) Approx. 60 mins
THE BOWHOUSE SERIES 3 8pm, The Bowhouse £25 / £18 (£5 for 7-17 year olds) Approx. 95 mins with interval
Seckou Keita kora Come to close the day and lose yourself in the mesmeric and entrancing playing of Senegalese kora master, Seckou Keita.
DVOŘÁK String Quintet in E-flat ‘American’, Op 97 BRAHMS Piano Quintet in Fm, Op 34 Belcea String Quartet Pavel Haas Quartet Elisabeth Leonskaja piano You will need to travel a long way to find another line-up as spectacular as this (if we say so ourselves!). Nine extraordinary musicians join forces for an evening of music by two great friends. It promises to be heart-warming and inspiring in equal measure.
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SATURDAY 29 JUNE
BELCEA QUARTET 11.30am, Kilrenny Church £17 / £13 (£5 for 7-17 year olds) Approx. 70 mins HAYDN Quartet in Dm ‘Fifths’, Op 76 No 2 JANÁČEK Quartet No 1 ‘Kreutzer Sonata’ BEETHOVEN Quartet in F, Op 135 Today is truly a feast of quartet playing, with two superb ensembles offering masterpiece after masterpiece. The Belcea’s Haydn-JanáčekBeethoven journey affirms what a treasure this music is in the hands of such dedicated and marvellous musicians.
COLIN CURRIE QUARTET 2.30pm, Waid Academy Atrium £17 / £13 (£5 for 7-17 year olds) Approx. 65 mins STEVE REICH Mallet Quartet KEVIN VOLANS Four Marimbas STEVE REICH Drumming Part 1 GRAEME LEAK Sea Interludes Exciting, pulsing, rhythmic, minimalist quartets linked by newly created sea interludes by Graeme Leak and performed by massed percussionists of the East Neuk.
THE GARDEN PARTY From midday until 4pm, Kellie Castle Drop in to the wild meadow at Kellie Castle and Garden and enjoy our spectacular, colourful Drying Green installation of vibrant banners blowing in the wind. Is it art? A maze? A playground? You decide. Entry to the Drying Green is free, and there will be pop up concerts during the afternoon including the Tullis Russell Mills Band at 1pm and 3pm. Parking is available for a charge of £2 (free to NTS members). Why not make a day of it? Combine it with a visit to historic Kellie (charges apply – see www.nts.org.uk/visit/places/kellie-castle for details); drop into the many artist studios open all weekend as part of East Neuk Open Studios; add another ENF concert to your wish list. NB These are outdoor events, so if the weather looks like it will turn inclement we may have to cancel the pop-up concerts, and the drying green may only be viewable from a distance. Before travelling please check our website, Facebook or Twitter for updates, or call our box office.
SATURDAY 29 JUNE
THE BOWHOUSE SERIES 5
THE BOWHOUSE SERIES 4
8pm, The Bowhouse £25 / £18 (£5 for 7-17 year olds) Approx. 105 mins with interval
5pm, The Bowhouse £17 / £13 (£5 for 7-17 year olds) Approx. 65 mins MOZART Horn Concerto in E-flat, K417 HANDEL Concerto Grosso in A, Op 6 No 11 MOZART Horn Concerto in E-flat, K495
HAYDN Quartet in G, Op 33 No 5 [BSQ] SHOSTAKOVICH Quartet No 8 in Cm, Op 110 [PHQ] MENDELSSOHN Octet in E-flat, Op 20 Belcea String Quartet Pavel Haas Quartet
Alec Frank-Gemmill horn Camerata Janiczek Alexander Janiczek director A thrilling debut for 2019: two outstanding musicians take a ‘next step’ with ENF as Alec Frank-Gemmill and Alexander Janiczek present Camerata Janiczek, their ensemble of handpicked players using instruments of Mozart and Handel’s time to perform their three lovely concerti.
Playing together for the first and only time, these two wonderful quartets form an octet for music that offers more joy per second than any other we know. Before it, two different and powerful masterpieces: Haydn’s life-affirming joy contrasting with Shostakovich’s profound tragedy.
CATRIN FINCH & SECKOU KEITA 8pm, Anstruther Town Hall £12 (£5 for 7-17 year olds) Approx. 80 mins Harp from Wales, kora from Senegal: it is an unlikely marriage of traditions, sounds and spirits that beguiles audiences and yields award winning albums. This concert features material from their latest album, SOAR, winner of the fRoots Critics Poll Album of the Year 2018.
Bowhouse bus service available, see p15 for details
SUNDAY 30 JUNE
CATRIN FINCH 11.30am, St Ayle Church £17 / £13 (£5 for 7-17 year olds) Approx. 60 mins The distinguished harpist closes her residency with an eclectic solo recital taking in Debussy, Bach and Piazzolla.
THE BOWHOUSE SERIES 6 5pm, The Bowhouse £25 / £18 (£5 for 7-17 year olds) Approx. 105 mins with interval WAGNER Siegfried Idyll MOZART Sinfonia Concertante in E-flat, K364 MENDELSSOHN Symphony No 3 in Am ‘Scottish’, Op 56 Benjamin Baker violin Diyang Mei viola Scottish Chamber Orchestra Joseph Swensen conductor Bringing a delightful and joyous programme to close this year’s festival, Joseph Swensen returns to ENF for the first time in a decade.
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THE BOWHOUSE INFO PAGE We realise that not everyone can reach The Bowhouse easily without a car, so we are planning a bus service that will travel from St Andrews to The Bowhouse evening concerts. Each return ticket costs only ÂŁ2 (these must be booked at Hub Tickets). The bus departs St Andrews (Byre Theatre) at 6.15pm (for the 7.30pm concert) and 6.45pm (for the 8pm concerts) and will pick up at the following places at roughly five minute intervals. Timings are approximate so please be early. Concert start time: 7.30pm
Boarhills, Road End
Kingsbarns, The Square
Crail, 'Post Office'
Kilrenny, High Street
Anstruther, Fisheries Museum
Pittenweem, Tollcross / West End Bar
St Monans, Station Road
Arrive at The Bowhouse 7pm
Conditions The return bus will depart The Bowhouse 10 minutes after the end of the concert (including any encore). Tickets cannot be bought on the bus. The bus will pick up and drop off at the listed places only. Refunds will not be offered if you cannot travel. Should the bus be cancelled (and if we cannot find an alternative mode of transport) you will be offered a full refund of both your bus fare and related concert tickets.
Refreshments at The Bowhouse - Mill House Cafe The Bowhouse's new cafe is fully licensed and offers a range of hot and cold dishes, tea, coffee and soft drinks. Seating is limited but if you call 01333 730 005 you may be lucky enough to reserve a place before your concert. Failing that, you could take your refreshment outside and enjoy the evening sun. How nice that would be!
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DURING THE FESTIVAL Tickets may be booked online with Hub Tickets until 4pm of the day before your intended event, after which they will only be available on the day at the venue door from 30 mins before each event begins. You may ask any venue box office to reserve tickets for you for later in the day. Payment at venues is with cash only. PLEASE NOTE: Doors open 30 mins before performance time. Children must be aged 7+ and accompanied by an adult aged 16+. We cannot offer refunds nor guarantee to resell tickets. Latecomers are not guaranteed admission to any event, in whole or in part. If admitted, it may not be possible to take the seat you booked – standing may be the only option. All programme details are correct at time of going to press but the festival may be obliged to make unforeseen changes and reserves the right to do so. In such circumstances it will make every reasonable effort to inform bookers promptly.
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Photo credits: p4 Belcea, Pavel Haas & Leonskaja: Marco Borggreve p5 Finch: Rhys Frampton, Keita: Andy Morgan p6 Baker: Kaupo Kikkas, Mei: Wei-Cheng Wang p7 Whelan: Jen Owen p9 Leonskaja: Marco Borggreve p11 Keita: Daniel Whiston p14 SCO: Marco Borggreve, Swensen: Jack Dine
VENUE INFORMATION Kilrenny
St Ayle Anstruther
Main Street, KY10 3JL
School Green, KY10 3HF Anstruther (not Cellardyke)
Marketgate, KY10 3TL
STAGE STAGE Gallery seating is unreserved
Zone 1: green & yellow Zone 2: all others NB Side aisle seats are partial view (hence reduced price) but the acoustic remains excellent.
Zone 2: dotted frames
The following venues have unreserved seating:
Bowhouse Farm, KY10 2DB (off A917, just outside St Monans heading towards Elie)
Crail Church Hall Marketgate, KY10 3TL
St Andrews Road, Anstruther, KY10 3HD
Anstruther Town Hall Cunzie Street, KY10 3DF
Detailed plans are available at
hubtickets.co.uk/eastneukfestival STAGE Zone 2: dotted frames NB Water-based haze may be in use at this venue. For further information please see our website or call Hub Tickets.
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Did you know that it costs approximately £300,000 to produce the East Neuk Festival? And that the real cost of an ENF ticket (if you were to divide our budget by the number of attenders) would be about £72? Yet we are able to charge less than a quarter of that on average, and ensure that as many people as possible are able to come to our concerts. It takes a surprising amount of resources to plan, prepare and present ENF and to bring the world’s very best performers to the East Neuk. The festival is organised by only a few parttime staff and we are proud to run a very tight ship. We have earned the support of public bodies, trusts and foundations, as well as individual Patrons. We are grateful to them all but it is our Patrons who continue to be the primary source of our income. Many of you have already given us your support for 2019 and we warmly thank you. Because ENF 2019 will again feature the Retreat, by supporting us now you are also nurturing the next generation of outstanding musicians, helping them to keep the music we all love as vibrant as it is now. There are many good causes that deserve your support but we hope we are one of them. Please become an ENF 2019 Patron and help keep this tight ship afloat, our ticket prices affordable and the artistic standards world-class!
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