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Recitals and concerts July/August 2019


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

We also host recitals or concerts from other musicians whether students, amateurs or professionals and 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 25 July 1.05 pm FREE
RECITAL:   Trinity Laban Chamber Musicians

Saturday 27 July 1.05 pm FREE
RECITAL:  Ben Socrates, clarinet    Henry Melbourne, piano
Music by Brahms and Gerschwin

Saturday 27 July 7.30 pm £10 adults. £8 concessions.  £4 children
CONCERT: London Youth Wind Band
Traditional wind band, dance band, and show/ film music

Thursday 1 August 1.05 pm FREE
RECITAL:   Ulnus Trio     flute, clarinet, bassoon
Music to include Stefan de Han, Shostakovich, Beethoven, Muczynski, Butterworth

Friday 2 August 7.30pm

CONCERT:  "Sacred Bones", the sackbutt group who played at church recently with Sam Barber, church organist.  Music by Italian, English and German composers.  Tickets £10/£8

Saturday 3 August 1.05 pm FREE
RECITAL:  Slava Antipov, piano
Music by Rachmaninoff, Ravel, Debussy, Liszt

Thursday 8 August    There is NO recital on this day due to church building works

Saturday 10 August 1.05 pm FREE
RECITAL:  Catherine Lee, cello
Music by Bach, Ligetti

Thursday 15 August 1.05 pm FREE
RECITAL:   Ayako Yamazaki, violin    Yohei Nakajima, viola
Music by Louis Spoor, Bohuslav Martinu, Johan Halvorsen

Saturday August 17 1.05 pm FREE
RECITAL:     Hannah Cresswell, flute      Constance Chow, piano
Music by Debussy, Schubert, Poulenc

Thursday 22 August 1.05 pm FREE
RECITAL:  “The Last Rose of Summer”     Litsa Tunnah, violin
Music by Bach, Paganini and Wilhelm Ernst

Saturday 24 August 1.05 pm FREE
RECITAL:  Sarah Park,   piano
Music by Chopin and Ravel

Thursday 29 August 1.05 pm FREE
RECITAL:   Kavinsky Trio:  Rob Burton, saxophone     Amalia Young, violin    Millicent McFall, piano
Music by Milhaud, Koechlin, Menotti

Debbie Sandringham, 04/02/2018
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