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LUNCH TIME RECITALS for June 2022 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 Ben Newlove, concerts and recitals administrator.


Friday 3 June 1.05 pm FREE
RECITAL:  Trinity Laban guitarists including Yiolanda Loizou

Saturday 4 June 1.05 pm FREE
RECITAL:  Moritz Wagner, piano
Music to include Bach, Haydn, Beethoven, Brahms, Chopin, Liszt

Sunday 5 June 1.00 pm FREE 
ORGAN RECITAL by Benjamin Newlove, Director of Music at St Alfege Church

Sunday 5 June 4.00 pm FREE
CONCERT:  Royal Greenwich Brass Band, conducted by Stephen Maw
“A Programme of Marches and Melodies”

Thursday 9 June 1.05 pm FREE
RECITAL: Trinity Laban Percussion Ensemble with Mick Doran

Saturday 11 June 1.05 pm FREE
RECITAL:  Stelios Kyriakidis, guitar
Music by Chopin, Richard Rogers, Stelios Kyriakidis

Thursday 16 June 1.05 pm FREE
RECITAL:  Trinity Laban Chamber Musicians

Friday 17 June 7.30 pm Tickets
CONCERT:  St Paul’s Sinfonia conducted by Andrew Morley
Music by Coleridge-Taylor, Haydn, Schubert

Saturday 18 June 1.05 pm FREE
RECITAL:  Catherine Leonard, piano
Music by Schubert, Liszt

Thursday 23 June 1.15 pm FREE
RECITAL:  Trinity Laban Chamber Choir with Sarah Latto 

Saturday 25 June 1.05 pm FREE
RECITAL:  Laura MacDonald, cello  
Music by Poulenc, Beethoven

Saturday 25 June 7.30 pm Tickets £16
CONCERT: Chorus of Midsummer Opera,  conducted by David Roblou
A Czech Choral Concert including Dvorak, Janacek

Thursday 30 June 1.15 pm FREE
RECITAL: Black Culture 365.  Trinity Laban Saxophones with Althea Talbot-Howard

Saturday 2 July 1.05 pm FREE
RECITAL: Les Apaches Duo.  Isabella Gori, piano    Tania Notte, mezzo soprano
Music by Schumann, Debussy, Tosti

Saturday 2 July 7.30 pm Tickets
CONCERT:  Thomas Tallis Society conducted by Eamonn Dougan
“She, Her, Hers”,  a concert of music by female composers  to include
Hildegard of Bingen, Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Cecilia McDowall, Roxana Panufnik.

Debbie Sandringham, 04/02/2018
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