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LUNCH TIME RECITALS for October/November2021 at 1.05 pm

FREE entry, donations welcome

St Alfege Church regularly hosts recitals and concerts with free lunchtime concerts every Thursday and most Saturdays at 1.05pm.  These are given mainly by students of Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. 

We also host recitals and concerts from other musicians and whether students, amateurs or professionals they are all of very high calibre.  If you are interested in arranging a concert here we would be happy to discuss your proposed performance and the suitability of St Alfege Church as a venue.   Please contact Debbie Sandringham, concert administrator.

Thursday 28 October 13.05 FREE
RECITAL:  Trinity Laban Chamber Musicians

Saturday 30 October 13.05 FREE
RECITAL:   Jeremy Lowe, clarinet     Jenny Hughes, piano
Music by Caroline von Schleicher-Krahmer, Germaine Tailleferre, Nino Rota, Szalowski, John McCabe, Ligeti

Saturday 30 October 19.30 Tickets £12
CONCERT: Greenwich Chamber Orchestra,   Conductor David Cutts
“Magic Mozart”

Thursday 4 November 13.05 FREE
RECITAL:  Trinity Laban Trombone Choir

Saturday 6 November 13.05 FREE
RECITAL:   James Kirby, piano
Music by Haydn, Chopin, Schumann

Sunday 7 November 1300 FREE
RECITAL:   Benjamin Newlove, organ
Sonata on the 94th Psalm – Julius Reubke  1834-58

Sunday 7 November 1600 FREE
CONCERT:   Royal Greenwich Brass Band conducted by Stephen Maw
“Sunday Bandstand”

Thursday 11 November 1305 FREE
RECITAL:  Trinity Laban   Apollo Concert
New works by Trinity Laban composers

Friday 12 November 1305 FREE
RECITAL:   Ella Richardson, violin         Louis Richardson, bass.    Pupils at the Purcell School of Music & Junior Guildhall School of Music.
A selection of classical repertoire 

Saturday 13 November 1305 FREE
RECITAL:   Ian Ritchie, baritone    Michael Konig, piano
Songs of wandering and wondering by Vaughan Williams, Duparc, Britten, Brahms, Strauss

Tuesday 16 November 1800 Tickets
CONCERT:  Colfe’s School pupils, parents and staff present “The Sprig of Thyme” by John Rutter
Conducted by Benedict Holmes, Melanie Metherell, Tim Newberry

Thursday 18 November 1305 FREE
RECITAL:  Trinity Laban guitars
Friday 19 November 1930 Tickets £15 (£12)
CONCERT:   St Paul’s Sinfonia conducted by Andrew Morley
Mendelssohn “Hebrides” overture        David Wallace cello concerto     Weill Symphony No. 2

Saturday 20 November 1900 Tickets
CONCERT: Eltham College choir & sinfonia, symphony orchestra, chamber choir & the Eltham brass ensemble perform music by Handel and Mozart.

Thursday 25 November 1305 FREE
RECITAL:  Trinity Laban   Black Culture 365

Saturday 27 November 1305 FREE
RECITAL:   Haru Ushigusa, violin    Yoko Misumi, piano
Music by Grieg, Mozart

Thursday 2 December 1305 FREE
RECITAL:  Trinity Laban Chamber Choir






Debbie Sandringham, 04/02/2018
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