Free Friday Lunchtime Concerts at All Saints Church

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Get along to All Saints’ Church  over the coming Fridays for a varied series of free concerts.

Lunches served from 12.30pm, performances 1:00 PM – 1:50 PM

concertsMay 10th  Martin Smith (euphonium) & Patrick Gazzard

Martin’s varied programme will include Hummel’s Fantasy, and Rossini’s Una Voce as well as more up to date music  from Karl Jenkins featuring the Romance from his   euphonium concerto The  euphonium’s lovely warm sound will be accompanied by the very able pianist  Patrick Gazzard. A concert not to be missed!

May 17th  Anita D’Atellis (piano)

Stunning local player Anita is a hugely talented local recitalist and teacher. An exciting  programme will include Brahms Rhapsodies, op. 79, Beethoven Appassionata  Sonata op 57 and Chopin. A real treat and what a way to spend a lunchtime!

May 24th  Richard Leach (organ)

Richard is very exciting young talent having studied at Oxford and the
organ scholar at Canterbury Cathedral. He is now resident at Ealing Abbey and studying at the Royal Academy of Music. A varied recital of Bach and other great classics, something for everyone!

May 31st  Leonie Cormack Cook (soprano) & friends

Local opera singer and rising star Leonie Cormack Cook will take us on a journey though the world of opera arias from the lyrical to the dramatic and the poignant.  Accompanied by the very talented pianist Gina Kruger.

June 7th  Adrian Gunning (organ)

Adrian has given recitals throughout Europe and recently at St Paul’s Cathedral. He is a renowned player of the works of Charles Tournemire and has made several critically acclaimed CD’s. Don’t miss this last Friday lunchtime concert in our Spring series!


All Saint’s Church, The Causeway SL7 2AA     Free entry – retiring collection

Article author: Paul Merchant

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