Lunchtime Recitals

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
 
January
16
The Gin Jazz trio (Flute, Guitar and Bass) will be playing some original and some well known tunes in an easy listening style
23
David Soo (piano) and Mi Yang (violin) Duo
30
Mike Hatchard (piano) plays an assortment of Bach, Schubert, Ravel, Gershwin and of course at least one obligatory Hatchard orginal
February
6
Parent and Child - Michele Roszak and Lynda Spinney explore this particular relationship through English, American and European songs
13
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!
20
Ingrid Cusido (piano) plays Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms and Granados
27
Lance Mok
“Nocturne” featuring piano works by Schumann, Poulenc and Hindemith
March
6
Daria Robertson & Zhanna Kemp, voice and piano, Russian Classical and Folk Music
13
John Collins, organist
20
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
27
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”
April
3
Taimina Lasma, piano duo
10
Voice, Piano, Trumpet and Horn - musicians from one family combine their musical styles of classical, baroque and popular film and jazz music.
17
No Recital - Holy Week
24
David Soo (piano) performs with Mi Yang, Australian violinist