Spring Concert of the Music School
Sunday, 4 June, 16:00 // Admission from 15:30 // Christuskirche Bocholt // Free admission
On Sunday, 4 June, the Bocholt-Isselburg Music School will host a concert with versatile ensembles such as the mini strings and a recorder ensemble. It starts at 4 pm in the Christuskirche (Münsterstraße 19).
Admission is free.
The afternoon will be opened by the Ministreichers, staffed by the youngest string players of the music school, followed by the Streicherbande, the second youngest string orchestra of the music school.
The two ensembles play and sing canons, dances from ancient times, pieces from distant countries and film music. They are accompanied by Carina Clotten, piano student of music school teacher Christina Taczyk, and music school teacher Christina Schubach on the piano.
The second half of the concert will be performed by the recorder ensemble and the recorder trio. The recorder ensemble, consisting of soprano alto and bass recorders, plays small pieces from the baroque period, "Dances of the Marionettes" and "Funny Parade", two musical cartoons and a "Kakao Rag".
The recorder quartet, consisting of soprano, alto, tenor and bass recorders, begins its programme with a jazzy rock finale. With the pieces "The Clowns" and "Circus Parade", the audience will get a taste of circus atmosphere. Finally, the ensemble will present Scott Joplin's most famous rag, "The Entertainer".
The four ensembles are led by the music school teachers Christiane Schröder and Theres Kommescher, who will give the audience an insight into the versatility of the ensemble work at the music school. Admission is from 3.30 pm. Admission is free.