There is a tradition of good music at St Nicholas’ and a series of lunchtime recitals are held in the Church every Wednesday throughout the year at 2.00pm lasting for 45 minutes. A minimum donation of £3.00 towards recital expenses is appreciated. The recitals provide a perfect break during the day with tea, coffee and cake available before the music begins. All are welcome to come and enjoy great music in our beautiful building.
Classical Bohemians (Violin, Guitar, Flute and Voice) Classical, gipsy and folk music and song: exciting, romantic, skilful, thoughtful.
Berniya Hamie (Piano and Cello) Solo piano and cello works by composers including Debussy, Chopin and Rachmaninov.
Cocktail Party (Voice) Unique selection of original material and classic covers, with the emphasis on close harmony singing and satirical humour.
John Lake Quartet "His Spanish Heart" The John Lake Quartet perform Latin influenced jazz music in remembrance of Chick Corea who died earlier this year.
Paul Gregory (guitar) Guitar music from the British Isles including pieces by William Walton and Howard Blake
Nina Savicevic (piano) Concert pianist Nina Savicevic performs works by Chopin, Grandos and Beethoven
Elia Stavrou (piano) Music by Chopin, Fauré and Debussy in works that showcase the romantic tradition and how it transformed towards the back end of the 19th and early 20th centuries
Elena Cappelletti and Lucas Jordan (cello and flute) Beautiful duets and solos from music by Danzi, Jordan, Crumb, Simoes and Kodaly
Especially Created for the Ageing Well Festival Michele Roszak & Lynda Spinney (voice and piano) “These We Love”
Chiara Naldi (piano)
Simon Watterton (piano) A recital featuring the beautiful piano music of Beethoven and Schumann from the virtuosic to the sublime
Jose Songel Sanchis (piano) Beethoven piano sonata and some Spanish compositions
Gin Jazz Trio (flute guitar and bass) The trio will be playing some original and some well known tunes in an easy listening style
The Sussex Song Makers (voice) A wonderful mixture of ensembles, trios and duets – deeply beautiful and highly entertaining
Sue Mileham & Nicola Grunberg (soprano and piano) "Journeys, Wanderings and Final Destinations". Sue Mileham, soprano and Nicola Grunberg, piano lead us through emotional and physical journeys as set by a variety of composers, including Vaughan Williams, Duparc, Schubert, Berlioz, John Ireland, Frederick Keel and Liszt
Fumi Otsuki & Sarah Kershaw (violin and piano) A contrast between the music of Parry and Delius
Duo Mali (violin and classical guitar)