JUST GONE…

Love Music Trust's 'Summer Celebration'

Clonter was delighted to be able to welcome this wonderful event back this year.

"[Those] two days in many ways seemed to officially ‘cut the ribbon’ on the return of what many of us have for so many years, been so...

2022-06-27T14:21:58+01:0027th June 2022|Feed, Blog, News, Reviews|

JUST GONE…

Jazz in June - Pearson Plays Porter

Thank you to the 339 people who attended the Pearson Plays Porter show on Saturday night. This was the biggest house size Clonter has had since Covid began, and it was just WONDERFUL to be able to provide an audience of this size for James Pearson and Friends once again. Lots of newcomers this year, and although...

2022-06-15T14:53:58+01:0013th June 2022|Feed, Blog, News, Reviews|

JUST GONE…

Crossover, Spring Opera Showcase & HCMS

Clonter has been very busy over the last month. Hot on the tail of the Crossover Festival (Bluegrass and Old Time festival), Clonter went straight into the May Masterclasses, culminating in the Spring Opera Showcase. It was all going on on Saturday 14th May. Eurovision, the Spring Opera Showcase, and wasn't there some...

2022-05-23T16:52:58+01:0023rd May 2022|Feed, Blog, Opera, News, Reviews|

AND THEN THEY WERE GONE…

Crossover 2022

On Monday we waved goodbye to 300+ campers, who attended the return of the Crossover festival here at Clonter, after 4 days of largely lovely weather but most importantly much music making. Here is just a snap shot of the scene. Treat yourself, preferably with a pint of The Bollington Brewing Co. in...

2022-05-06T16:08:51+01:006th May 2022|Feed, Blog, News, Reviews|

LAST WEEK @ CLONTER…

Tea with... Songs from the Shows

'Absolutely charming' was just one of the lovely comments received from audience members as they were leaving after an hour of songs from the shows last Wednesday. Thank you Naomi Rogers and John Ieuan Jones, for coming and giving so much JOY in a LIVE performance - following their online version in...

2022-03-14T14:59:20+00:0014th March 2022|Feed, Blog, Opera, Reviews|

JUST GONE…

Elias String Quartet & Robert Plane

Saturday saw a visit to Clonter of the Elias String Quartet and Robert Plane, treating both a Holmes Chapel Music Society audience and a number of Clonter supporters, to Beethoven's String Quartet No. 4 in C Minor, but an unexpected treat of Brahms' Clarinet Quintet in B Minor, via...

2022-02-14T15:20:18+00:0014th February 2022|Feed, Blog, Uncategorized, News, Reviews|

AND THE WINNER IS…

Opera Prize

Clonter is now delighted to announce the results of this year’s Clonter Opera Prize. What a fantastic turn out we had on Saturday night. We were back up to nearly normal audience numbers, at over 200. Hooray! And hooray and congratulations to the numerous winners. More prizes were given out this year than usual, given the extraordinary...

2022-02-25T17:00:34+00:009th February 2022|Feed, Blog, Opera, News, Reviews|

NOW AVAILABLE ON DVD…

Gospel@Clonter
London Adventist Chorale

14 choir members and their leader, Ken Burton, managed to make it up to Cheshire on Saturday night for their annual visit. They were one soprano down, but one of the gentlemen stepped into the breach to do one of the solos (Thank you Denzle), to rapturous applause...

2021-12-10T15:37:19+00:006th December 2021|Feed, Blog, News, Reviews|

JUST GONE…

World Mental Health Day
Colum Sands

Clonter’s first Ramsey Room Session since its reopening in June. How fitting it seemed that in this intimate space, it should be to mark World Mental Health Day, AND that it should have this wise and witty sage to do it...

2021-10-13T14:07:34+01:0013th October 2021|Blog, Feed, News, Reviews|

LAST OF THE SUMMER WINE…

Clonter Fair 2021

Thunder and lightning (very very frightening) was predicted today, but never came (who’d be a weatherman or woman). Our gardens did however get a good soaking today. Not like Sunday! The English are notorious for talking about the weather. And you wonder why. Of course. It is so changeable, and not something to be taken...

2021-09-10T17:14:54+01:0010th September 2021|Feed, Blog, News, Reviews|
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