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Music on the Green lunchtime concert: Come & Sing Carols

Come & Sing Carols
Christ Church, Esher

Wednesday 15 December 2021, 1.15pm

Our Music on the Green December concert is given over to festive singing interspersed with prose and poetry - at times humorous, at times thought-provoking. This year will be no exception, so come along and get in the yuletide spirit with some of your favourite carols.

Music on the Green lunchtime concert: Mera Horn Trio

Mera Horn Trio
George Strivens horn, Isobel Howard violin & Julian Chan piano
Wednesday 17 November 2021, 1.15pm

For our last regular lunchtime concert of the year, we welcome three talented musicians from the Royal Academy of Music. They will treat us to one of
the consummate chamber music works for the French horn, Brahms’ magnificent Horn Trio in E flat, coupled with Ravel’s 1st Violin Sonata and three delightful miniature works by the French composer Charles Koechlin.

Music on the Green concert: Beethoven 250 Celebration

Beethoven 250 Celebration
Tessa Uys and Ben Schoeman piano duo
Sunday 10 October 2021, 3pm & 7pm

Concert 1 at 3pm - Symphonies nos. 1 & 5
Concert II at 7pm - Symphony no. 9 (including the Ode to Joy)

Please join us to celebrate Beethoven’s recent 250th anniversary with three of his greatest symphonic masterpieces in Scharwenka’s historic transcriptions for piano four hands.

Tickets £10 per head (£18 for both concerts); children free. 

Music on the Green concert: Beethoven 250 Celebration

Beethoven 250 Celebration
Tessa Uys and Ben Schoeman piano duo
Sunday 10 October 2021, 3pm & 7pm

Concert 1 at 3pm - Symphonies nos. 1 & 5
Concert II at 7pm - Symphony no. 9 (including the Ode to Joy)

Please join us to celebrate Beethoven’s recent 250th anniversary with three of his greatest symphonic masterpieces in Scharwenka’s historic transcriptions for piano four hands.

Tickets £10 per head (£18 for both concerts); children free. 

Music on the Green lunchtime concert: Clare Howick violin, Jean Paul Ekins piano

Clare Howick violin, Jean Paul Ekins piano
Wednesday 20 October 2021, 1.15pm

Clare’s accolades have included ‘Editor’s Choice’ in Gramophone magazine and ‘Recommended Recording’ on BBC Radio 3 Record Review for her CD recordings. John Paul has performed as a soloist at the Queen Elizabeth Hall and Royal Albert Hall. Their CD was featured on Classic FM Drive Time. The programme will include Elgar’s Violin Sonata and a selection of musical bon-bons.

Music on the Green lunchtime concert: Diphonon Duo

Diphonon Duo
Michael Iskas viola, Iñigo Mikeleiz-Berrade accordion
Wednesday 15 September 2021, 1.15pm

This young duo, from Greece and Spain, met in 2015 at the Royal Academy of Music. Their unique pairing of timbres works well as both instruments can sustain sound for a long time and vary their colour and intensity. 

The duo aim to take their audience on a journey through space and time, with a programme reflecting dances, rhythms and songs from around the world. 

Music on the Green lunchtime concert - A Deux Duo

A Deux Duo
Mark Taylor (flute), Gabriella Jones (harp)
Wednesday 21 July 2021, 1.15pm

Our July concert features the delightful combination of flute and harp, with a programme including works by Strauss, Saint-Saëns and Chaminade. An award-winning duo, ‘À Deux’ are Making Music Selected Artists and continue to blaze a trail with their innovative programming and original transcriptives of orchestral repertoire.

Music on the Green lunchtime concert - The Laefer Quartet

The Laefer Quartet
Wednesday 16 June 2021, 1.15pm

This prize-winning and dynamic saxophone quartet, formed in 2012 at the Royal College of Music, are experienced in a wide variety of genres but specialise in contemporary classical repertoire and transcriptions. They have performed at the Wigmore Hall, Purcell Room and St John’s Smith Square, as well as abroad. Their Esher concert will include works by Stravinsky and Ravel.

Music on the Green lunchtime concert: Fibonacci String Quartet

Fibonacci String Quartet
W
ednesday 19 May 2021, 1.15pm

The Fibonacci Quartet, offering us a programme of Mozart and Mendelssohn, brings together budding Swedish, Belgian, Czech and Montenegrin string players who last year won both the Beethoven Competition for Young Musicians and the
Saint James Chamber Music Competition.

Music on the Green lunchtime concert - A Celebration of Christmas

Music on the Green lunchtime concert - A Celebration of Christmas
Christ Church, Esher
Wednesday 16 December 2020, 1.00pm

Enter into the true spirit of Christmas and join us to listen to your favourite carols. The carols will be interspersed with humorous and eflective readings to enhance this popular seasonal community event. 

Doors open 1.00pm. Free Entry!
Booking essential via Parish Office.
Carols from 1.15pm.  Retiring collection.

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