There is a tradition of good music at St Nicholas’ and a series of lunchtime recitals are held in the Church every Wednesday at 12:30pm lasting for 45 minutes. A minimum donation of £3.00 towards recital expenses is appreciated. The recitals provide a perfect break for you to have your lunch and relax before heading back to work. Please bring your own sandwiches. Tea and Coffee is available for a donation.
Programme now available to November 2018
- The Gin Jazz trio (Flute, Guitar and Bass) will be playing some original and some well known tunes in an easy listening style
- David Soo (piano) and Mi Yang (violin) Duo
- Mike Hatchard (piano) plays an assortment of Bach, Schubert, Ravel, Gershwin and of course at least one obligatory Hatchard orginal
- Parent and Child - Michele Roszak and Lynda Spinney explore this particular relationship through English, American and European songs
- Calliope - Clare Beesley (flute) and Pete Churchill (accordion) offer a quirky new slant on well known Classics in their transcriptions of concerti by Bach, Vivaldi and Mozart, and subject the circus-like acrobatics of Godard and Paggi to a shake-up with the flute-accordion treatment!
- Ingrid Cusido (piano) plays Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms and Granados
- Lance Mok
- “Nocturne” featuring piano works by Schumann, Poulenc and Hindemith
- Daria Robertson & Zhanna Kemp, voice and piano, Russian Classical and Folk Music
- John Collins, organist
- Folk, Fortitude and Flirtatiousness" - Belladonna (Sue Mileham, Soprano, Jane Plessner, Clarinet and Nicola Grunberg, Piano present a programme to include Meyerbeer "Hirtenlied", Crussell "On Ganges' Beauteous Strands" and McCabe, Three Folksongs
- Adam Heron - “The award-winning pianist of Nigerian-Filipino descent, category finalist of BBC Young Musician, and member of the Chineke! Foundation, plays a programme of Bach and Schubert”
- Taimina Lasma, piano duo
- Voice, Piano, Trumpet and Horn - musicians from one family combine their musical styles of classical, baroque and popular film and jazz music.
- No Recital - Holy Week
- David Soo (piano) performs with Mi Yang, Australian violinist