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LUNCH TIME RECITALS for September2021 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 2 September 13.05 FREE
RECITAL:  Molly Cochrane, soprano    Benjamin Newlove, piano & organ
Music by Britten, Howells, Vaughan Williams, Finzi, Quilter, Elgar

Saturday 4 September   NO RECITAL (Wedding!)

Sunday 5 September 13.00 FREE

ORGAN RECITAL by Benjamin Newlove, assistant organist at St Alfege Church
Music by J S Bach

Thursday 9 September 13.05 FREE
RECITAL:   A recital of Songs by Poulenc, Duparc, Brahms  
Anna McLachlan, m/soprano    Crispin Lewis, baritone, Rhidian Jones, piano

Saturday 11 September 13.05 FREE
RECITAL:   Benjamin Newlove, piano     Music by J S Bach

Thursday 16 September 13.05 FREE
RECITAL:  Trinity Laban   Harp & Oboe Duo
Laura Marquino Falguera & Olivia Fraser

Friday 17 September 19.30 Tickets
CONCERT:  St Paul’s Sinfonia conductor Andrew Morley    cello Jay Jenkinson
Arnold/Anniversary Overture    Elgar: Cello Concerto Op.85    Brahms: Symphony No 4  Op.98 

Saturday 18 September 13.05 FREE
RECITAL:  The Galliard Trio    flute, cor anglais, bassoon/piano
Music by Bach, Granados, Grieg, Handel

Saturday 18 September 19.00 Tickets £15  Please buy online here
CONCERT:   Midsummer Opera presents: 
Tristan und Isolde (Act 111):   Wagner
(Concert performance with piano, sung in German)

Thursday 23 September 13.05 FREE
RECITAL:  Trinity Laban shared piano concert

Saturday 25 September 13.05 FREE
RECITAL:  Emmanuel Bach, violin & piano
Music by Ysaye, Poulenc, Chausson 

Thursday 30 September 13.05 FREE
RECITAL:  Trinity Laban

Saturday 2 October 13.05 FREE
RECITAL:  Svyatoslav Antipov, piano
Music by Chopin, Liszt, Ravel

Saturday 2 October 19.30 Tickets £14 & £10 tbc
CONCERT:  Thomas Tallis Society Choir
“Hail, gladdening light”   works for double choir from England, Spain, France and Germany, including the world premiere of “Your World” by Kim Porter




Debbie Sandringham, 04/02/2018
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