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Music on the Green concert: Tau Wey, piano solo

Tau Wey's exciting pianism combined with his penchant for unusual yet captivating music will ensure yet another memorable lunchtime event.

Tau believes that music needs to reach out to everyone and has embraced a concert repertoire that goes beyond the standard classical composers.  Accordingly folk music, musical numbers, pop and sometimes even music hall songs tend to feature in his performance.  An excellent combination to provide another uplifting occasion at Christ Church.

Free entry and light lunch form 12.30pm
Concert from 1.10pm  Retiring collection

Music on the Green concert: Eos Trio

Paul Evernden, clarinet, Angela Najaryan, violin and Jelena Makarova, piano

Music on the Green Film Screening: 'Phantom of the Opera'

As a pre-Christmas treat for all the family, Music on the Green is showing Lon Chaney's chilling silent movie Phantom of the Opera in its classic 1925 version. Join us for some late autumn thrills as we paddle terrified into the depths of the Paris Opera House, accompanied by creepy live organ music by Tom Bell. Tom is a former Director of Music at Christ Church and specialises in this kind of improvisation - he will keep you on the edge of your seats!

Movie at 7.30pm. Light refreshments from 7pm
Admission at door £12, (family ticket £25, under 14s free)

 

Music & the Reformation

A 'Reformation 500' event & illustrated talk on Music & the Reformation
Monday 23 October, 7.15-8.45pm
Christ Church, Church Street, Esher, Surrey KT10 8QS

On 31st October exactly 500 years ago, Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg and set in train the Protestant Reformation, which had a profound effect on the course of European history.  The Reformation also influenced our music and culture in numerous ways which still resonate to the present day.

Music on the Green evening concert: The London Saxophone Ensemble

We are pleased to announce Music on the Green will be a hosting an evening concert, Serenade, by 'The London Saxophone Ensemble' with guests 'Licence to Trill'.  Programme to include famous serenades by Elgar, Mozart and Tchaikovsky.

On Saturday 29 April at Christ Church, 7.30pm. Tickets £10 on the door including refreshments; free admission for children. 

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