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  • 1 June 2019Music/Gigs

    Christine Collister and Dave Kelly

    Dave Kelly - is a founder member of The Blues Band, who've just started their 40th Anniversary Tour, and a stalwart of the British Blues Scene.  Christine Collister - came to prominence originally in the UK folk scene in the eighties, singing the title song for the BBC drama series 'Life & Loves Of A She Devil'. Together their material is drawn from both their musical backgrounds, but also songs they both love from soul, country, rock, folk & blues, as well as some great contemporary writers and of course, their own songs.

    Following their appearance at the Vancouver Island Festival in July 2018 they are back touring; their combined passion, talent and fun-loving personalities bringing a natural warmth and great charm to their performances.

    Tickets: £20 / £18 concessions & LAC Members

    Bookings:  Visit www.landmarkartscentre.org, telephone 0208 977 7558, or email info@landmarkartscentre.org

    Landmark Arts Centre event

  • Red Rhythm

    Come and find your rhythm at our regular Red Rhythm social night.

    Listed as one of the great swing nights of London by Time Out!

    Take the beginner taster lesson at 5:45-6:30pm, then dance to your heart’s content until 9.30pm!

    Bring your own drinks! We provide tap water and you are welcome to bring your own drinks along with you.

    £10 includes the taster lesson at the beginning of the evening. No need to book in advance.

    Swing Patrol event

  • 2 June 2019Choral/Choirs

    Espressivo - Teddington Summer Music

    Sunday 2nd June at 7.30pm

    Tickets: £16 and £14 (for concessions) from 0333 1212 300 or book online at www.langdondowncentre.org.uk

    Teddington Summer Music's first concert features two fo the most richly expressive and best-loved works in the chamber music repertoire.  Dvorak's American String Quartet was written during an extended stay in the Unites States, shortly after the completion of his New World Symphony.  It abounds in melody and good humour, reflecting the composer's personal happiness at that time.

    After more than 200 years, Mozart's Clarinet Quintet remains one of the greatest works for this combination of instruments, and the endlessly inventive musical ideas and changing moods after a life-affirming experience. The programme begins with Baermann's gloriously serene Adagio for clarinet and strings.

    The musicians will be Madeleine Michell, Gordon Mackay, Kate Musker, Joseph Spooner and Tony Lamb

    Langdon Down Centre event

  • SMDG at Garrick's Temple : Sybil Penn

    SMDG (St Mary's Drama Group) returns to Garrick's Temple for its Seventeenth annual performance!  Author Keith Wait again gives some answers to local conundrums … and poses some questions.

    Twelve year old Sybil states that she is going to have Kings and Queens as her children.  But it is 1525 and anything can happen in Tudor England.  A dozen years later she is the de facto foster mother to Prince Edward, who is to become King Edward VI, but to die before his fifteenth birthday.  She remains at Court all her life as a Woman of the Queen’s Privy Chamber to Queen Mary I and then as a Lady of the Bedchamber to Queen Elizabeth I.

    Sybil, being very close to the young Queen Elizabeth, nurses her through a near fatal smallpox infection. The queen recovers, but three weeks later, Sybil dies.  It is November 1562.  Nineteen months later, William Shakespeare is born.  The golden Elizabethan era opens under Gloriana, Sybil’s “child”.

    Edward and Elizabeth especially were generous in their appreciation to Sybil, including apartments in Hampton Court Palace and a house in Hampton, now known as Penn’s Place, a few minute walk from Garrick’s Temple.

    Even closer is St Mary’s church, housing the tomb of Sybil Penn.  But where is Sybil?  Perhaps somewhere in the church … perhaps not?

    Admission Free. Donations to Garrick Temple Fund would be appreciated.

    Refreshments will be available.

    St Mary's Drama Group event

  • 8 June 2019 - 15 June 2019Drama/Dance/Musicals

    The Lonesome West

    Welcome to beautiful rural Connemara, where violence, murder and suicide are local recreational activities. Psychotic siblings Coleman and Valene share a remote cottage and perpetual disputes over the most mundane of topics. Only the alcoholic, ineffectual priest Father Walsh strives to reconcile them. Add a visit from teenager Girleen, the local poteen supplier, and a shotgun and....

    Violent, outrageous and very funny, as one might expect from the author of ‘The Lieutenant of Inishmore’, ‘The Pillowman’ and ‘Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri’.

    Richmond Shakespeare Society event

  • 8 June 2019Museum/Heritage

    Pope's Grotto Twickenham Festival Open Day

    Pope's Grotto, in Radnor House School, will be open from 10 am to 12.30 pm, with last entrance at 12 pm. Tickets are untimed and you will be able explore the Grotto in your own time. Concessions for students and children are available. 

    The school's café, with a terrace overlooking the river with views towards Twickenham and Teddington, will be open for refreshments (cash only). Books and postcards will be on sale. 

    More information and booking at Ticketsource.

    Some tickets may be available at the door on each day, but you are advised to book in advance.

    Pope's Grotto Preservation Trust event

  • 9 June 2019 - 15 June 2019Drama/Dance/Musicals

    A Visit from Miss Prothero & An Englishman Abroad

    A Visit from Miss Prothero & An Englishman Abroad

    by Alan Bennett

    Directed by Jenny Hobson

    A Visit from Miss Prothero.  Alone and recently retired, Arthur Dodsworth’s relatively settled life is turned upside down by a visit from his vindictive ex-secretary. Ironic wit and compassion mark this touchingly real story.

    An Englishman Abroad. Moscow 1958. Exiled British spy Guy Burgess encounters actress Coral Browne on tour from the 'old country'. Invited to lunch at Burgess's shabby apartment, he presents her with a strange request.

    http://www.teddingtontheatreclub.org.uk/production/a-visit-from-miss-prothero-an-englishman-abroad

     

    Teddington Theatre Club event

  • 9 June 2019 - 9 June 2019Choral/Choirs

    Singing for Confidence Workshop

    An ideal workshop if you enjoy singing with others in a supportive, creative and fun environment. Helen will show you the tools and techniques you need to sing with confidence, let go and above all, have fun!

    What participants said on the previous beginners singing workshop in February 2019:

    "I felt my confidence grow and grow"

    "Brilliantly structured!"

    "Inspiring and inclusive to sing alongside other like-minded individuals"

    You will learn the fundamentals in breathing, pitching and creating more resonance. Above all, you will discover how to let go of the fear.

    Centrered around the keyboard the workshop includes practical demonstrations as well as voluntary participation. You will not need to sing on your own if you don't to.

    No experience is necessary or ability to read music. It helps if you can read: Helen runs separate How to Read Music Workshops if interested.

     

    To book, please click here.

    Helen Astrid Singing Academy event

  • Swing Patrol Kingston- swing dance classes

    Conme and join us for our weekly drop-in Absolute Beginners Swing Dance class at 7pm! No advance booking and no partner required- just show up! 

    7pm – 8pm: Level 1
    Absolute beginners swing dance class
    These classes are for new dancers and there is no experience required. We go over the basics every week and then throw in some new moves to get you dancing in no time. This class is drop-in, so you don’t need to book in advance and you don’t need to bring a partner.

    8pm – 8:30pm: social dancing/practice time

    8:30pm – 9:30pm: Level 1.5
    Improvers swing dance class
    This class builds on the content from our Level 1 class and introduces some new and fun things too. It’s perfect for those who want to learn some more moves and technique and get social dancing – if you were comfortable in Level 1 why not stick around?

    9:30pm – 10pm: social dance/drink/dinner!

    Taking more than one class on the same evening? Your second class is half price — just £5!

    Swing Patrol event

  • Swing Patrol Wimbledon

    CLASSES

    Our classes run every Monday. There is a beginners class at 7:15pm and a Level 2 class from 8:45pm with social dancing in between, in the beautiful Hillside Hall taught by the wonderful Ieva and James.

    7:15-8:15pm: Level 1 – Beginner swing dance class
    Our beginners class always assumes no prior knowledge, so absolute beginners are welcome to join us any week. There’s no need to book in advance or bring a partner. Just arrive ready for some fun!

    8:15-8:30pm: Social dancing!

    8:30-9:30pm: Level 2 – Intermediate class
    When you start feeling confident in Level 1 – this is the class for you! You have probably been to your first social dance by now and will have made it all the way through at least one whole song. As well as looking at fancy moves there will be styling, variations and plenty of tips to help you lead, follow and really dance to the music. Ideally you will have done at least one 10 week beginner cycle and covered all the footwork patterns that we teach at Level 1 (Lindy hop with kicks or triple steps and 1930s Charleston).

    Taking more than one class on the same evening? Your second class is half price — just £5!

     

    Swing Patrol event

  • 11 June 2019Visual Arts/Film

    Richmond Film Society – screening of ‘The Old Man & The Gun' (USA)

    Robert Redford, in his final performance, plays Forrest Tucker, a career bank robber whose eighteen audacious prison breaks included one from Alcatraz in a homemade kayak. Following that escape at the age of 70, he and two elderly colleagues (‘the Over-the-Hill-Gang’) embarked upon to an unprecedented string of heists that confounded the authorities. No ordinary criminal, smartly dressed, charming and impeccably courteous, Tucker robbed banks with a casual opening of his jacket to reveal a gun and a few kind words for his victims.

    The chemistry between Redford and Sissy Spacek, the last love-interest in Tucker’s life, is a beguiling highlight of the film, whilst a stellar cast includes Casey Affleck as the obsessive Dallas detective on his tail. The result is a captivating and thoroughly enjoyable comedy drama, aptly summarised by ‘Time Out’ as “a throwback to an era when making beautifully understated crime comedies was the peak of Hollywood's ambition (before all the spandex took over).”

    Members go free. Non-member tickets are £5 (full-time students £3) and can be purchased in advance from The Exchange’s Box Office (in person or by telephone on 020 8240 2399) or online at http://exchangetwickenham.co.uk/events/. Tickets are also available on the night (cash only).

    Richmond Film Society event

  • 12 June 2019 - 13 October 2019Visual Arts/Film

    Art Holiday in Ravenna, Italy - Booking Now!!

    Join us for an unmissable trip and the ultimate mosaic immersion...

    AHA is going to the Ravenna Biennale this October!

    With the option of staying a few extra nights to explore Venice!

    In true AHA form, we will spend half our time building on our creative techniques, and the other half absorbing the Biennale's numerous exhibits, and many beautiful points of interest that are spread across this ancient Pre-Roman town.  

    The choice is up to you whether you join us for the entire trip, or just Mosaic/Biennale part of this holiday. 

    Linda, our tour leader, is with you to ensure each aspect of your holiday runs smoothly.  
     
    See the website www.ArtHolidaysAbroad.com for full details.  Then please ring us for bookings.  


    When AHA puts on a trip,  all you have to do is relax and enjoy!

    Art Holidays Abroad event

  • 14 June 2019 - 16 June 2019Visual Arts/Film

    2019 Korean Art Exhibition

    An exhibition of contemporary Korean art exploring some key themes in Korean culture including the spirit of the pine tree, flora and fauna and “the moment of light”, blending the natural beauty of Hanok with the artificial light of the city.

    Free Event

    Landmark Arts Centre event

  • 15 June 2019 - 16 June 2019Music/Gigs

    BiG FUNNY FeST - Comedy Festival

    Richmond's First Comedy Festival - featuring Mark Watson, Jason Byrne, Luisa Omielan, Phil Wang, Hal Cruttenden, Lou Sanders, Rhys James, Desiree Burch and many more.

    The inaugural Big Funny Fest hosts some of the hottest, most exciting new and established comedians performing live under a Big Top and Little Top at the historic Old Deer Park, in Richmond Upon Thames

    Join us for Father’s Day weekend, 15th-16th June, for the fanciest street food, finest beer and freshest comedy.

    Early Bird Tickets, on sale now. See website for details - wwwbigfunnyfest.com 

    BiG FUNNY FeST event

  • 15 June 2019Music/Gigs

    Thames Philharmonia with David Campbell

    Renowned clarinettist David Campbell, one of the finest musicians of his generation, is the soloist in an evocative clarinet concerto by the Irish composer Stanford, infused with melodies from the Emerald Isle.  This is complemented by English rustic nostalgia in the form of Vaughan Williams’ jolly English Folk Song Suite;  Rossini’s overture The Turk in Italy and Pavane by Gabriel Faure.  The evening culminates in Mendelssohn’s joyous Italian Symphony – the composer’s poetic celebration of the spirit of Italy. 

    Tickets: £16 / £14 concs & LAC Members / £5 U16S

    Bookings:  Visit www.landmarkartscentre.org, telephone 0208 977 7558, or email info@landmarkartscentre.org

    Landmark Arts Centre event

  • 15 June 2019Music/Gigs

    Elton John & Billy Joel - a Tribute

    Sunday 15 June at 7.30pm (doors open at 7pm)

    Tickets: £15 from https:/www.tickettailor.com/event/jameshawkinsmusic/242182/

    Join us for a night of live music as outstanding piano vocalist James Hawkins pays tribute to the music of Elton John and Billy Joel.  James, who has performed all over the world, recently supported "The Moon Shooters" at their sold out gig at Normansfield Theatre to great acclaim.

    www.jameshawinsmusic.com

    Langdon Down Centre event

  • 15 June 2019Choral/Choirs

    Thames Philharmonic Choir - Summer Concert

    This concert will be John Bate's farewell concert with Thames Philharmonic Choir – he retires this summer after 55 years as the Choir's founder conductor.

    It will include performances of:

    Hubert Parry:                            I Was Glad

    Hubert Parry:                             Best Pair of Sirens

    Ralph Vaughan Williams:          Five Mysical Songs

    Charles Villiers Stanford:          Songs of the Fleet

    Gershwin:                                  Songs from the shows:            

    Plus organ music by Howells

    Soloist:                  Dan D'Souza (Baritone)

    Organist:                Stephen Disley

    Pianist:                   Benjamin Costello

    Thames Philharmonic Choir

    Conductor:            John Bate

    Tickets: £20, £16, £5; under 18s and full-time students: £18, £14.50

    Box Office: 07522 524081

    Online reservationswww.thamesphilchoir.org.uk

    or at the door

    Free entry to the afternoon rehearsal from 2.30pm

    Thames Philharmonic Choir event

  • 15 June 2019Museum/Heritage

    Pope's Grotto Twickenham Festival Open Day

    Pope's Grotto, in Radnor House School, will be open from 10 am to 12.30 pm, with last entrance at 12 pm. Tickets are untimed and you will be able explore the Grotto in your own time. Concessions for students and children are available. 

    The school's café, with a terrace overlooking the river with views towards Twickenham and Teddington, will be open for refreshments (cash only). Books and postcards will be on sale. 

    More information and booking at Ticketsource.

    Some tickets may be available at the door on each day, but you are advised to book in advance.

    Pope's Grotto Preservation Trust event

  • Bishopsgate Swing

    Swing Out at Bishopsgate!

    Join us at the wonderful Great Hall in the Bishopsgate Institute, a hidden gem with a huge ballroom in the heart of London. Bishopsgate Swing is a month event with a live swing band and vintage DJs plus a free taster swing lesson at the start of the evening. Plus a FREE cloakroom for your belongings.

    Schedule:
    Taster class: 6:30pm-7pm
    Social dancing: 7pm-10:30pm

    Cost:
    £10 in advance (£8 students), £15 on the door

    Tickets:
    Tickets can be purchased via the Bishopsgate Institute website here . Tickets are available online until 4:59pm on the day of the event. You can collect your tickets on the door if purchasing less than five days in advance.

    Swing Patrol event

  • 16 June 2019Music/Gigs

    Capriccio - 16 June at 7.30pm

    Sunday 16 June at 7.30pm

    Tickets: £16 and £14 (for concessions)

    Teddington Summer Music are performing their second concert of light-hearted enjoyment.  After a new and specially composed arrangement by Tom Higgs of the Emperor Waltz by Johann Strauss II comes Stanford's Serenade in F - a masterly work combining lyricism with irrevelent humour (the 2nd movement variations are based on a cheeky motif from Till Eulenspiegel) and sheer ebullience.  Jean Francaix's Dixtuor is typically French in its lightness of touch and witty interplay between the instruments, while the evening is rounded off with some of offenbach's most catchy and exhilarating tunes.

    Performed by The London Dvorak Ensemble.

    Conductor: Tom Higgins

    Langdon Down Centre event

  • 16 June 2019 - 16 June 2019Music/Gigs

    Father's Day Concert 16 June

    Come and support our lovely Father's Day Concert.

    This will be a unique occasion as some of my students will be performing for the first time in public! 

    A mixture of songs ranging from Puccini to Cole Porter, this afternoon will be a celebration of all Father's wherever they happen to be!

    The venue is The Crossway (Oak Room upstairs), St Stephens Church, 306 Richmond Road in Twickenham, close to Richmond Bridge.

    To book, please click here.

     

    Helen Astrid Singing Academy event

  • Swing Patrol Wimbledon

    CLASSES

    Our classes run every Monday. There is a beginners class at 7:15pm and a Level 2 class from 8:45pm with social dancing in between, in the beautiful Hillside Hall taught by the wonderful Ieva and James.

    7:15-8:15pm: Level 1 – Beginner swing dance class
    Our beginners class always assumes no prior knowledge, so absolute beginners are welcome to join us any week. There’s no need to book in advance or bring a partner. Just arrive ready for some fun!

    8:15-8:30pm: Social dancing!

    8:30-9:30pm: Level 2 – Intermediate class
    When you start feeling confident in Level 1 – this is the class for you! You have probably been to your first social dance by now and will have made it all the way through at least one whole song. As well as looking at fancy moves there will be styling, variations and plenty of tips to help you lead, follow and really dance to the music. Ideally you will have done at least one 10 week beginner cycle and covered all the footwork patterns that we teach at Level 1 (Lindy hop with kicks or triple steps and 1930s Charleston).

    Taking more than one class on the same evening? Your second class is half price — just £5!

     

    Swing Patrol event

  • Swing Patrol Kingston- swing dance classes

    Conme and join us for our weekly drop-in Absolute Beginners Swing Dance class at 7pm! No advance booking and no partner required- just show up! 

    7pm – 8pm: Level 1
    Absolute beginners swing dance class
    These classes are for new dancers and there is no experience required. We go over the basics every week and then throw in some new moves to get you dancing in no time. This class is drop-in, so you don’t need to book in advance and you don’t need to bring a partner.

    8pm – 8:30pm: social dancing/practice time

    8:30pm – 9:30pm: Level 1.5
    Improvers swing dance class
    This class builds on the content from our Level 1 class and introduces some new and fun things too. It’s perfect for those who want to learn some more moves and technique and get social dancing – if you were comfortable in Level 1 why not stick around?

    9:30pm – 10pm: social dance/drink/dinner!

    Taking more than one class on the same evening? Your second class is half price — just £5!

    Swing Patrol event

  • 20 June 2019 - 23 June 2019Visual Arts/Film

    In the Gallery: South London Printmaking Exhibition

    A special exhibition to coincide with the first weekend of Richmond Art House Open Studios; Richmond upon Thames’ annual festival of art, celebrating the borough’s wealth of creative talent. This celebration of South London Printmaking features artists from four key printmaking groups: Greenwich Printmakers, celebrating 40 years this year; Richmond Printmakers; Kew Studio, who have one of the few open-access printing studios in London, and the Southbank Printmakers, a diverse co-operative on the Southbank. 

    Free Event

    Landmark Arts Centre event

  • 22 June 2019 - 28 June 2019Drama/Dance/Musicals

    Wolf Hall & Bring up the Bodies

    Wolf Hall & Bring up the Bodies by Hilary Mantel, adapted for the stage by Mike Poulton.

    The year is 1527. King for almost 20 years, Henry has no male heir.  While Catherine is determined to remain Queen, Henry obsesses about replacing her with a wife who can give him a son.  In a highly dangerous and politically charged Court, this could be a golden opportunity for a man with the right talents.  Enter Thomas Cromwell...

    Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies - two stand-alone plays being performed on alternate nights.

    Teddington Theatre Club event

  • 22 June 2019Choral/Choirs

    Sir Edward Elgar's Dream of Gerontius at Southwark Cathedral

    Saturday 22nd June is a unique day in the calendar for both the Epsom Choral Society and Barnes Choir.  These two great well-established choirs will be joining forces for the first time, under their joint musical director Julian Collings, to perform Elgar’s best loved choral work, the Dream of Gerontius, at the great Southwark Cathedral.

    Gerontius is acknowledged to be one of the greatest choral works ever written. It is a deeply moving work, a heartfelt expression of loss and hope in the face of death.  The poem was written by Cardinal John Henry Newman, (whose canonisation is due to take place in Rome later this year). It follows the journey of a dying man who meets his Guardian Angel and goes before his God before being taken to Purgatory with the promise of everlasting glory. With stirring passages of great power and beauty and an achingly beautiful finale, this great work is cherished by music lovers everywhere.

    These two long established choirs, Epsom Choral Society currently in its 97th season and Barnes Choir now in its 66th season, will bring their love and experience of great choral singing to delight their audience.

    The soloists are Judy Brown (mezzo-soprano), Elgan Llŷr Thomas (tenor) and Julien Van Mellaerts (baritone). Also performing are the Arcubus Ensemble and the Regent Sinfonia.

    Entry is £20, or £10 for students and under-18s and there are restricted view seat for £15, or £8 for students and under-18s available from https://gerontius2019.org.uk/shop or Tel 07522 111 219

     

    Barnes Choir event

  • 22 June 2019Museum/Heritage

    Pope's Grotto Twickenham Festival Open Day

    Pope's Grotto, in Radnor House School, will be open from 10 am to 12.30 pm, with last entrance at 12 pm. Tickets are untimed and you will be able explore the Grotto in your own time. Concessions for students and children are available. 

    The school's café, with a terrace overlooking the river with views towards Twickenham and Teddington, will be open for refreshments (cash only). Books and postcards will be on sale. 

    More information and booking at Ticketsource.

    Some tickets may be available at the door on each day, but you are advised to book in advance.

    Pope's Grotto Preservation Trust event

  • Swing Patrol Wimbledon

    CLASSES

    Our classes run every Monday. There is a beginners class at 7:15pm and a Level 2 class from 8:45pm with social dancing in between, in the beautiful Hillside Hall taught by the wonderful Ieva and James.

    7:15-8:15pm: Level 1 – Beginner swing dance class
    Our beginners class always assumes no prior knowledge, so absolute beginners are welcome to join us any week. There’s no need to book in advance or bring a partner. Just arrive ready for some fun!

    8:15-8:30pm: Social dancing!

    8:30-9:30pm: Level 2 – Intermediate class
    When you start feeling confident in Level 1 – this is the class for you! You have probably been to your first social dance by now and will have made it all the way through at least one whole song. As well as looking at fancy moves there will be styling, variations and plenty of tips to help you lead, follow and really dance to the music. Ideally you will have done at least one 10 week beginner cycle and covered all the footwork patterns that we teach at Level 1 (Lindy hop with kicks or triple steps and 1930s Charleston).

    Taking more than one class on the same evening? Your second class is half price — just £5!

     

    Swing Patrol event

  • Swing Patrol Kingston- swing dance classes

    Conme and join us for our weekly drop-in Absolute Beginners Swing Dance class at 7pm! No advance booking and no partner required- just show up! 

    7pm – 8pm: Level 1
    Absolute beginners swing dance class
    These classes are for new dancers and there is no experience required. We go over the basics every week and then throw in some new moves to get you dancing in no time. This class is drop-in, so you don’t need to book in advance and you don’t need to bring a partner.

    8pm – 8:30pm: social dancing/practice time

    8:30pm – 9:30pm: Level 1.5
    Improvers swing dance class
    This class builds on the content from our Level 1 class and introduces some new and fun things too. It’s perfect for those who want to learn some more moves and technique and get social dancing – if you were comfortable in Level 1 why not stick around?

    9:30pm – 10pm: social dance/drink/dinner!

    Taking more than one class on the same evening? Your second class is half price — just £5!

    Swing Patrol event

  • 29 June 2019 - 30 June 2019Visual Arts/Film

    Richmond Art Society Summer Exhibition 2019

    Featuring artists from across the borough presenting work in a variety of media, including oils, watercolours, prints, sculpture, ceramics, photography and more.  All original work is for sale, together with greetings cards and reproductions.  Demonstrations and a separate themed exhibition will also take place.  Further information at richmondartsociety.com

    Free Event

    Landmark Arts Centre event

  • 29 June 2019Choral/Choirs

    Deep River

    Deep River

    Marble Hill Singers

    Saturday, 29 June at 7.30pm

    Tickets: £10 from 0333 1212 300 or online at www.langdondowncentre.org.uk

    All proceeds from this concert are going to the Down's Syndrome Association.

    Soulful and moving songs and piano music, including Handel's Water Music.

    With conductor: Rebecca Taylor

    Langdon Down Centre event

  • 29 June 2019Choral/Choirs

    Summer Concert: the Power of Song

    Duruflé Requiem
    Bruch: Die Macht des Gesanges
    Tavener: Svyati
    Vierne: Les Angélus

    This fascinating programme brings together works from three very different traditions. Duruflé’s love of Gregorian plainchant shines through his understated, achingly lyrical Requiem mass, which will be performed alongside his friend Vierne’s enchanting songs for mezzo-soprano and organ. John Tavener’s Svyati for choir and cello, written in memory of a friend, draws movingly on the colour and tradition of the Russian Orthodox church. Finally, The Power of Song by Max Bruch, is an impassioned, Romantic hymn to the quasi-religious power of music itself.

    Mezzo-soprano: Penelope Cousland
    Baritone: Gareth Brynmor John
    Organ: James Orford
    Cello: Clare O’Connell
    Kingston Choral Society

    Conductor: Andrew Griffiths

    Tickets
    Adults: £13
    Concessions: £11
    Under 18s and full-time students: £5

    Online
    https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/booking/select/daecosbhfYJQ
    (Booking fee applies)

    Box Office
    07770 932912

    Kingston Choral Society event

  • 29 June 2019Choral/Choirs

    Brahms and Vaughan Williams

    Sacred and Secular music including Brahms Funf Gesange and Vaughan Williams In Windsor Forest and more

    Trumpeter: George Picker

    Conductor: Jack Apperley

    Accompanist: Paul Ayres

    Tickets  £12 in advance from www.ticketsource.co.uk/concordiavoices

    £14 on door, 18 and under free.

     

    Concordia Voices event

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Launch of the poetry anthology 'Time'

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poetry anthology 'Time'

29 June 2019
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