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Recitals and concerts March 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 7 March: 1.05 pm FREE
RECITAL: Trinity Laban Harp Department
Saturday 9 March: 1.05 pm FREE
RECITAL:  Musicke in the Ayre present “Queens of Greenwich”
  Alysha Paterson, soprano     Amanda Seaborn, bass viol     Din Ghani, lute
Music of the Tudors and the Stuarts

Thursday 14 March: 1.05 pm FREE
RECITAL: Trinity Laban Percussion Department, director Mick Doran
Friday 15 March: 7.30 pm Tickets  £13  £10
CONCERT:   St Paul’s Sinfonia, conductor Andrew Morley
Music by Haydn, Poulenc, Tchaikovsky

Saturday 16 March: 1.05 pm FREE
RECITAL:  Yulia Chaplina, piano
Music by Prokofiev and Rachmaninoff

Sunday 17 March: 3.00 pm FREE
CONCERT:  Royal Greenwich Brass Band    director Stephen Maw

Thursday 21 March: 1.05 pm FREE
RECITAL:  Trinity Laban student vocal concert.
Programme of Lieder by Brahms, Britten, Finzi, Dove  
Tania Notte, soprano    Giulia Semcrano, piano
Sam Jewison, tenor    Claire Habbershaw, piano
“Concert with a cuppa”. Tea and talk in the Church Hall from 12.15 pm

Saturday 23 March: 7.30 pm Tickets £15  £12
CONCERT:   Thomas Tallis Society directed by Eamonn Duggan
“Darkness into Light”
Music by Tallis, Sheppard, Byrd, Rheinberger, Mac Millan, Whitacre, Roth

Wednesday 27 March: 7pm FREE
Loudspeaker Orchestra CONCERT

Thursday 28 March: 1.05 pm FREE
RECITAL:   Trinity Laban Chamber Choir conducted by Stephen Jackson
Music by Judith Bingham, Elizabeth Maconchy, Gustav Holst
Concert with a Cuppa

Friday 29 March: 7.30 pm £10, £5, £3 (free to Goldsmith’s music students)
CONCERT:   Goldsmiths Sinfonia, conducted by Andrew Zolinsky
To include Samuel Barber “Knoxville” and Shostakovich Symphony No.5
Soprano Bonnie Callaghan

Saturday 30 March 7.30pm £15.  Under 16s:  £7
CONCERT: Blackheath Centre for Singing Choir joined by guest choir Total Voice from Hampshire,  conducted by Joel Thomas
Brahms German Requiem


Debbie Sandringham, 04/02/2018