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Summer 2024

Issue 81

Your Music Guide for Warwick, Leamington Spa and beyond

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May/June/July/August
+
Lunchtime Recitals

 

  May 1-31
2- 6 May
Various
Times &
Venues
LEAMINGTON MUSIC FESTIVAL
The Year of Czech Music 2024 celebrating the composer Bedřich
Smetana at 200 and The Dvořák Society at 50.

Full details on leamingtonmusic.org. Tickets from Leamington and
Warwick VIC Box Offices or call 01926 334418 (Leamington Music).
Thurs 2 May
7.30pm
 


 
Amici della Musica: Philippe Graffin violin, Elizabeth Wallfisch viola,
Raphael Wallfisch cello, Piers Lane piano

Royal Pump Rooms, The Parade, L/Spa CV32 4AA
Mahler Piano Quartet movement in A minor, Schulhoff Duo for Violin and
Cello, Smetana Polkas de salon Op 7 Nos 2 & 3, Smetana Caprice
bohemien in F Op 12, Dvořák Piano Quartet in Eᵇ Op 87.
Tickets: £27 centre, £17 sides, £1 students and children.
Fri 3 May
12 noon
Martin Kasík piano
Royal Pump Rooms, The Parade, L/Spa CV32 4AA
Smetana Bagatelles & Impromptus, Dvořák Suite in A Op 98, Chopin
Ballade in G minor Op 23, Chopin Nocturne in Dᵇ Op 27 No 2, Chopin
Scherzo in Bᵇ minor Op 31.
Tickets: £18 centre, £12 sides, £1 students and children.
Fri 3 May
7pm
Guarneri Piano Trio: Čeněk Pavlík violin, Marek Jerie cello, Ivan
Klanský piano

Royal Pump Rooms, The Parade, L/Spa CV32 4AA
Suk Elegy, Smetana Trio in G minor Op 15, Martinů Bergerettes selection,
Dvořák Trio in F minor Op 65.
Tickets: £27 centre, £17 sides, £1 students and children.
Sat 4 May
11.00am
Kukal String Quartet: Eliška Kukalová and Klára Lešková violins,
Daniel Macho viola, Filip Rufer cello

Royal Pump Rooms, The Parade, L/Spa CV32 4AA
Schulhoff Five pieces, Sylvie Bodorová Shofarot, Smetana Quartet No 2,
Dvořák Cypresses – a selection.
Tickets: £18 centre, £12 sides, £1 students and children, includes coffee.
Sat 4 May
7.00pm
Martinů String Quartet, Vilém Veverka oboe, Martin Kasík piano
Royal Pump Rooms, The Parade, L/Spa CV32 4AA
Mozart Oboe Quartet in F K370, Sylvie Bodorová Psalms and Exhortations
for Oboe Quintet (Première) Dvořák Piano Quintet in A Op 81.
Tickets: £27 centre, £17 sides, £1 students and children.
Sun 5 May
12 noon
Simon Wallfisch baritone and Iain Farrington piano
Royal Pump Rooms, The Parade, L/Spa CV32 4AA
Mahler Lieder eines fahrende Gesellen, Suk Životem a snam Op 30, Haas
Four Songs on Chinese Poetry, Ullman Two Chinese Songs, Korngold Der
Kranke Op 38 No 2, Suk ‘Longing’ from Spring Op 22a, Janáček
‘Andante’ from In the Mists, Dvořák Gypsy Songs Op 55.
Tickets: £18 centre, £12 sides, £1 students and children.
Sun 5 May
2.30pm
Warwickshire Music Advanced Musicians Concert
Royal Pump Rooms, The Parade, L/Spa CV32 4AA
A platform to showcase the cream of Warwickshire Music’s students from
across the county, performing works that complement the Festival’s
programmes and themes.
Tickets: £8 adults, £4 students and children, includes tea and cake.
Sun 5 May
7.00pm
Martinů String Quartet, Vilem Ververka oboe, Martin Kasík piano
Royal Pump Rooms, The Parade, L/Spa CV32 4AA
Bohemian Pot Pourri
Martinů Quartet for oboe, violin, cello and piano H315, Haas Suite for
oboe and piano Op 17, Klein Wiegenlied, Smetana From My Homeland,
Dvořák Silent Woods Op 68, Dvořák Humoreske Op 101 No 7, Dvořák
Terzetto in C Op 74, Martinů Mazurka-Nocturne H325.
Tickets: £27 centre, £17 sides, £1 students and children.
Mon 6 May
11am
Imogen Whitehead trumpet, Oliver Hancock organ
All Saints Parish Church, Priory Terrace, L/Spa CV31 1AA
Dvořák ‘Song to the Moon’ from Rusalka, Eben Okna, Smetana ‘Vltava’
from Má vlast, Hummel Trumpet Concerto in Eᵇ.
Free entry, retiring collection.
Mon 6 May
12.30pm
Ben Goldscheider horn, Richard Uttley piano
Royal Pump Rooms, The Parade, L/Spa CV32 4AA
Kalivoda Introduction & Rondo, Kofron Horn Sonatina, Mahler ‘Urlicht’
from Des Knaben Wunderhorn, Janáček On an Overgrown Path selections,
Kaprálová April Preludes, Punto ‘Adagio’ from Horn Concerto No 5,
Beethoven Horn Sonata in F Op 17.
Tickets: £18 centre, £12 sides, £1 students and children.
Mon 6 May
7.00pm
Martinů String Quartet, Simon Wallfisch baritone, Gemma Rosefield
cello

Holy Trinity Church, Beauchamp Ave. L/Spa CV32 5RG
Krása String Quartet, Tauský Coventry Meditation, Sylvie Bodorová
Terezin Ghetto Requiem, Schubert String Quintet in C D956.
Tickets: £27 reserved front nave, £22 unreserved middle nave, £17
unreserved sides, £1 students and children.

Sat 4 May
5.00pm
Geoffrey Coffin organ, formerly of York Minster
Guild Chapel, Chapel Lane, Stratford CV37 6EP
The Friends of the Guild Chapel.
Tickets: £10 on the door from 4.30pm, from stratfordguildchapel-friends.org.uk.
Wed 8 May
6.30pm
Paul Harris – ‘How to sight-read’ Workshop
Presto Music, 23-25 Regent Grove, L/Spa, CV32 4NN
Do you believe that some people can sight-read and others can’t? Join
author Paul Harris for a workshop based around his new book as he breaks
this theory down!
Tickets: Free from ticketsource.co.uk/booking-jzmayrl
Wed 8 May
7.30pm
Alasdair Beatson piano
Town Hall, Sheep St., Stratford CV37 6EF
Beethoven Sonata No 30 in E Op 109, Fauré Theme and Variations in C
sharp minor, Webern Variations Op 27, Schumann Symphonic Studies Op 13.
Tickets: £25, £5 students, from stratfordchambermusic.co.uk.
(Stratford Chamber Music Society).
Fri 10 May
7.30pm
Diatonic Choir with Leamington Chamber Orchestra members,
Bernard Sutton director, Abbie Rhodes soprano, David Borsada
baritone, Edward Jenkins keyboard

St Nicholas Church, Warwick CV34 4JD
Brahms A German Requiem (sung in German).
Tickets: £15, children free, from diatonic.co.uk, 07747 513521, or on the
door.
Fri 10 May
7.30pm





6.15pm
The Hallé, Sir Mark Elder conductor, Sir Stephen Hough piano
Butterworth Hall, Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry CV4 7AL
Brahms Piano Concerto No 1 in D minor Op 15, Butterworth A Shropshire
Lad: Rhapsody for Orchestra, Elgar Variations on an original theme
‘Enigma’ Op 36.
Tickets: £21.50-£43.50 with concessions from 024 7649 6000,
ticketing@warwick.ac.uk, and warwickartscentre.co.uk.
Pre-concert talk in the Helen Martin Studio (£5).
Sat 11 May
10.30 –
5.00pm
Informal
Public
Performance
at 4.30pm
Royal Leamington Spa Bach Choir, Lee Dunleavy conductor, Colin
Druce organ

St Marks Church, Rugby Rd., L/Spa CV32 6DL
M is for Messiah – Come and Sing Day
Handel
Messiah
Tickets: £20 singers (£5 performance only), from rlsbc.org/concerts
Sat 11 May
7.00pm
Coventry Cathedral Chorus with Coventry and Warwickshire Youth
Orchestra, Rachel Mahon and Joe Davies conductors

Coventry Cathedral, Priory St. CV1 5AB
Last Night of the Proms in Coventry Cathedral
Music from films and from the last night of the London Proms concert.
Tickets: £20 if bought in advance / £25 on the door, Students & under 18s
half-price, from ticketweb.co.uk, 0844 477 1000 (cards), Jill Pacey
tickets@coventrycathedralchorus.com, 01676 532436.
Sat 11 May
7pm
Ex Urbe Chamber Choir, Benjamin Hamilton director
St Mary & St Bartholomew Church, High St., Hampton-in-Arden, B92 0AE

Brahms A German Requiem
Tickets: £12, from exurbe.org or on the door.
Wed 15 May
7.30pm
Kings Chamber Orchestra with Jeremy Sampson violin, and others
St John’s Church, Warwick Rd. Kenilworth CV8 1HY
Kenilworth Cancer Research UK 60th Anniversary Concert
The committee invite you to an evening with 6 members of the Kings
Chamber Orchestra.
Programme to include Brahms, Vivaldi, and Mendelssohn, well-known
music from films and contemporary fun items.
Tickets: £25 to include drink and canapės, from Eventbrite (+fee),
Boothroyd and Co., 19 The Square, Kenilworth CV8 1EF.
Sat 18 May
2.30pm
Orchestra for an Occasion, Brian Chappell conductor, Pam Rhodes
presenter

Methodist Central Hall, Warwick Lane, Coventry CV1 2HA
A charity concert with 50 professional players, in recognition of the work of
Myton Hospice. Music from films, shows and popular classics.
Tickets: £20 gallery, £15 ground floor, £10 children, from
ticketsource.co.uk, 0333 666 4466 or on the door. All ticket money to be
donated to Myton Hospice (Reg Charity No 516287).
Sat 18 May
7.30pm
Coventry Philharmonic Choir, Leamington Chamber Orchestra, David
Wynne conductor, Colin Druce organist, Hannah Davey soprano,
Rachael Gilmore alto, Dale Harris tenor, Miles Taylor as Elijah

All Saints Parish Church, Priory Terrace, L/Spa CV31 1AA
Mendelssohn Elijah.
Tickets: £18, from choir members and covphilsoc.org.uk/concert.
Sat 18 May
7.30pm
Stour Singers, Orchestra of the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire,
Richard Emms conductor, Louise Wayman soprano, Judith Le Breuilly
mezzo-soprano, Matthew Pochin tenor, James Birchall bass.

St Edmunds Church, Shipston-on-Stour CV36 4AP
Haydn Nelson Mass, Purcell Te Deum, Mozart Dixit et Magnificat K193.
Tickets: £16, accompanied children free, from ticketsource.co.uk/stour-singers
Thurs 23 May
7.30pm
 
 


Armonico Consort, Christopher Monks director, Oz Clarke, William
Towers, Eloise Irving plus guests
cancelled watermarkRoyal Pump Rooms, The Parade, L/Spa CV32 4AA
Oz and Armonico: Ale-lelujah
Another evening of music, mayhem and
mild liquor.
Tickets: £29.50 to include 2 glasses of beer, from
01926 334418 or
armonico.org.uk.

Sat 25 May
7.00pm
Sing It Loud
Butterworth Hall, Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry CV4 7AL
Join a specially-formed massed community choir of 200 voices, supported
by The Coventry City of Culture Orchestra.
Tickets: £24, £20, £16, £10 under-16s, from warwickartscentre.co.uk.

Sun 26 May
11.30am
(Coffee
served from
11am)
Coull Quartet 50th Anniversary Coffee Concerts
Warwick Unitarian Chapel, High St., Warwick CV34 4AX
Schubert Quartettsatz D703, Kodály Quartet No 2 Op 10, Beethoven Quartet in F Op 18 No 1.
Tickets: £20, £5 children and students, on the door or from Warwick Visitor Information Centre, 01926 492212.
  June 1-30
Fri 7th June
7.30 pm
Henry Purcell: Sacred and Secular Vocal Music
St. Mary Magdalen Church, Sir Thomas White’s Road, Coventry, CV5 8DR
Charpentier Ensemble (director: Alexander Norman)
Music by Henry Purcell, William Turner, John Blow and other composers of the English baroque.  Programme includes:
Excerpts from ‘King Arthur’ – Henry Purcell
Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis in A major – William Turner
An Evening Hymn – H. Purcell
Adults: £10 (available on the door), free admission for under 18s
https://www.stmmcoventry.com/event-details-registration/concert-charpentier-ensemble
Sat 15 Jun
3.00pm



Divertimento, Laura Bailie musical director
Dale Street Methodist Church, Dale St., L/Spa CV32 5HL
New Wine Old Bottles
A concert celebrating some of 2024’s musical anniversaries. An astounding range of music from composers old and new.
Tickets: £12 early bird (£15 after 19 May), from divertimento.org.uk or
01926 429007.
Sat 15 Jun
7.30pm
Warwickshire Symphony Orchestra, Roger Coull conductor, Emily
Wilson clarinet

All Saints Parish Church, Priory Terrace, L/Spa CV31 1AA
Brahms Academic Festival Overture, Weber Clarinet Concerto No 1 in F
minor, Dvořák Symphony No 9 in E minor ’From the New World’.
Tickets: £18 (£9 concession), £15 (£7 concession), from 07922 119350
boxoffice@wso.org.uk, wso.org.uk, Presto Music, 23-25 Regent Grove,
L/Spa CV32 4NN.
Wed 19 Jun
7.00pm
Orchestra of the Swan, David Le Page violin and director, David
Gordon keyboard, Victoria Brawn oboe

Stratford PlayHouse, Rother St., Stratford CV37 6LU
Metamorphoses
Britten Six Metamorphoses after Ovid, Bach Concerto for Keyboard in D
minor BWV1052, and works by Handel, Buxtehude, Debussy, and
readings and poetry by: Shakespeare, Keats, Kafka, Stevenson, Woolf,
Carter, and Carroll.
Tickets: £25, £5 under-35s, from 0333 6664466,
contact@stratfordplay.co.uk, orchestraoftheswan.org.
Sat 22 June
4.00pm
Coventry Cathedral Chorus
Coventry Cathedral, Priory St. CV1 5AB
Choral Evensong to mark 60 th Jubilee of Coventry Cathedral Chorus
Wood Hail gladdening Light, Matthew Martin Responses, Stanford
Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis in A, Psalm 150, Parry Blessed pair of sirens,
Elgar Te Deum.
Free Admission.
Sat 22 Jun
7.30pm
Collegium Warwick with Organ and String Quartet, Ron Binnie
director, Adrian Moore organ

St Mary’s Church, Warwick CV34 4RA
Vivaldi Credo in E minor Haydn Seven Last Words from the Cross and
works by Fauré, Brahms, and Bach.
Tickets: £15 Adults, accompanied under-16s free, available from members
of Collegium, or on the door.
Sat 22 June
7.30pm


The Circle Singers of Royal Leamington Spa, Peter Sheppard
conductor

All Saints’ Church, Vicarage Fields, Emscote, Warwick CV34 5NJ
A programme of French music
Fauré Requiem with additional music by Poulenc, Franck and Saint-Saëns.
Tickets: £10, to include a pre-concert drinks reception to mark our MD’s 10th anniversary as conductor, from 07794 147975 and
circlesingersleamington@gmail.com 

Sun 23 June 7.00pm Stratford-Upon-Avon Symphony Orchestra, Dan Watson conductor,
Suzie Purkis mezzo-soprano

The Greig Hall, Kinwarton Road, Alcester B49 6AD
Wagner Prelude to Die Meistersinger, Elgar Sea Pictures, Tchaikovsky
Swan Lake Suite.
Tickets: £15 adults, £5 accompanied under-16s, from stratfordsymphony.org.uk.
Sun 23 June
7.00pm
Warwick Piano Trio: Roger Coull violin, Nick Roberts cello, Lynn
Arnold piano

Butlers Marston Church, Butlers Marston CV35 0NA
Programme to include Brahms Trio No 1 in B Op 8, Hurlstone Piano Trio
in G.
Tickets: £14, £5 child, from 01926 642076, ButlersMusic@hotmail.co.uk or
on the door. (Butlers Marston Concert Society).
Thurs 27 Jun 6:30pm – 7.30pm Fauré – Piano Quartet No. 1 in C minor, Op. 15
Presto Music, 23–25 Regent Grove, Leamington Spa, CV32 4NN 
Join us at Presto Music for an evening recital with Simon Ballard (piano), Barbara O’Reilly (violin), Helen Beecroft (viola) and Andrew O’Reilly (cello) performing Fauré – Piano Quartet No. 1 in C minor, Op. 15.
Free tickets, order here: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/booking/t-noekvyy
Thurs 27 Jun
7.30pm
Armonico Consort and Baroque Players, Christoper Monks director,
Royal Pump Rooms, The Parade, L/Spa CV32 4AA
Purcell The Fairy Queen.
Conjuring up Purcell’s world of dreams and darkness, love and laughter in a
brand new semi-staged version of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s
Dream.
Tickets: from £23.50, via armonico.org.uk or 01926 334418.
Thurs 27 Jun
7.30pm
Orchestra of the Swan with Roderick Williams
Warwick Hall, Warwick School, Myton Rd. CV34 6PP

Wagner ‘Prelude’ and ‘Liebestod’ from Tristan und Isolde, Mahler
Rückert-Lieder, Puccini Crisantemi, Mozart Symphony No 40 in G minor.
Tickets: £20, £10 under-35s and concessions, from Bridge House Theatre,
01926 776438, boxoffice@warwickschool.org, bridgehousetheatre.co.uk.
Sat 29 Jun
7.30pm
Warwick and Kenilworth Choral Society, Laura Bailie conductor,
Colin Druce organ, and soloists

St John’s Church, Warwick Rd. Kenilworth CV8 1HY
An Evening of Puccini
Warwick & Kenilworth Choral Society continue their celebratory 70th
Anniversary season with their summer concert: Featuring Messa di
Gloria. With Laura Bailie conducting, Tenor – Michael Vincent Jones,
Baritone – Oliver Barker, and Colin Druce on organ and piano.
Tickets £15 (£5 students and under-18s) from
www.ticketsource.co.uk/wkcs, on the door, Presto Music, Kenilworth
Books, Warwick Books, and 07523 911428.
Sat 29 Jun
7.30pm
Leamington Sinfonia, Joe Davies conductor
All Saints Parish Church, Priory Terrace, L/Spa CV31 1AA
Shostakovich Symphony No 11 ‘The Year 1905’, Howard Skempton
Preludes, Henry Page (Prize Winner, Leamington Sinfonia Composition
Competition) Première of a New Work.
Tickets available from leamingtonsinfonia.org.uk.
Sun 30 Jun
11.30am
(Coffee
served from
11am)
Coull Quartet 50th Anniversary Coffee Concerts
Warwick Unitarian Chapel, High St., Warwick CV34 4AX
Haydn Quartet in G Op 64 No 4, Philip Glass Quartet Satz (2017),
Smetana Quartet No 1 in E minor ‘From My Life’.
Tickets: £20, £5 children and students, on the door or from Warwick Visitor
Information Centre, 01926 492212.
Sun 30 Jun
3.30pm
Leamington Chamber Orchestra, Richard Laing conductor
Holy Trinity Church, Beauchamp Ave., L/Spa CV32 5RG
Summer Concert
Weill Symphony No 2, Sibelius Symphony No 5, Puccini Preludio
Sinfonica.
Tickets: £16 to include programme, accompanied under-19s free, available
on the door. Refreshments served in the interval.
  July 1-31
Sat 6 July
2.30pm
Warwickshire Singers, Jim Bate conductor
The Old Shire Hall, Northgate St., Warwick CV34 4SP
A Summer Medley of Choral Jazz and Folk music by Bob Chilcott, Ēriks
Ešenvalds
, and Coleridge-Taylor
Tickets: £15, £5 under-18s/students, from warwickshiresingers.org.uk and
ticketsource.co.uk/Warwickshire-singers
Sat 6 Jul
7.30pm
Da Capo Chamber Choir, John Adams director
St Mary’s Church, Warwick CV34 4RA
Play On! Shakespeare in Song
Shakespeare’s words set to music with readings from TV and film actor
Michael Maloney.
Tickets from dacapochoir.org.uk and St Mary’s shop.
Mon 8 July
7.30pm
Warwickshire Singers, Jim Bate conductor
St Peter’s Church, Church Lane, Barford CV35 8ES
All details as for 6 July above.
Wed 10 July
7pm
An evening with Ian Jones
Presto Music, 23–25 Regent Grove, Leamington Spa, CV32 4NN
Join Ian Jones (Deputy Head of Keyboard at The Royal College of Music) as he performs a selection of pieces including Chopin Piano Sonata no.3 in B minor, op.58.
Free tickets, book here: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/booking/t-xmozmmm
Fri 12 July
7.30pm
The Circle Singers of Royal Leamington Spa, Peter Sheppard
conductor with friends of St Margaret’s Church

St Margaret’s Church, Whitnash, L/Spa CV31 2HJ
A summer evening concert
Tickets: via smcw.org or at the door (prices tbc)

Sat 13 July
7.30pm
Royal Leamington Spa Bach Choir and Ensemble Charivari Agréable,
Lee Dunleavy conductor

St Mark’s Church, Rugby Rd, L/Spa CV32 6DL
M is for Monteverdi
Monteverdi
Vespers of 1610.
Tickets: £20, £5 students and children, from rlsbc.org.
Sat 13 July
7.30pm
Stratford Chamber Choir, Stephen Dodsworth conductor
Guild Chapel, Chapel Lane, Stratford CV37 6EP
A programme of music from the works which will be performed by the
choir on its forthcoming tour to Burgundy.
Tickets: £15 Adults, £5 students, from stratfordchamberchoir.com, and on
the door.
Fri 19 July
7.30pm
Michael Barker piano
Warwick Hall, Warwick School, Myton Rd. CV34 6PP
Liszt Hungarian Rhapsody No 2, Michael Barker La settimana Op 4, and
Gerstl Op 5 (world première).
Tickets: individual and full table bookings (limited availability) from
bridgehousetheatre.co.uk, 01926 776438,
boxoffice@bridgehousetheatre.co.uk. Box office Mon/Wed 9.30am – 12.30pm
Mon 22 July
10.30am – 3.15pm
Piano Safari Workshop
Presto Music, 23–25 Regent Grove, Leamington Spa, CV32 4NN 
Join author Katherine Fisher and her husband Christopher for an overview of the Piano Safari Method. Learn how rote teaching, technique, and intervallic reading combine to create creative and independent musicians. 
Free tickets, order here: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/booking/t-noekvyy
Thurs 25 –
Sun 28 July

Venue open
from 1pm
Thurs till 12
noon Monday.

Weekend
event
including
camping.
WARWICK FOLK FESTIVAL
Castle Park, Warwick CV34 6AH
Traditional and contemporary folk arts; the Heart of Folk in a Castle setting.
Thursday 25th – The Unthanks (headliner)
Friday 26th – Oysterband (headliner)
Saturday 27th – Spooky Men’s Chorale (headliner)
Sunday 28th – Breabach (headliner)

Many other singers and dance bands; timings varied.
Tickets: Full weekend adult (18+) £142, Full weekend youth (15-17)
£71, Full weekend concession (65+) £135. Weekend camping
£40/£14. Daily tickets available. Buy tickets via warwickfolkfestival.co.uk,
email enquiries to tickets@warwickfolkfestival.co.uk or call Sam
07551 875604. Box office accessible on site during the weekend.
  August 1 – 31
No Concerts/Recitals Submitted
  September 1 – 30
Sun 8 Sept
7.00pm
Four Hands: Lynn Arnold, Charles Matthews (piano duet)
Butlers Marston Church, Butlers Marston CV35 0NA
Programme to include Czerny Sonata for Piano Duet in C minor Op 10
Tickets: £14, £5 child, from 01926 642076, ButlersMusic@hotmail.co.uk or
on the door. (Butlers Marston Concert Society).

 Lunchtime Recitals
In Leamington, Warwick and Stratford

All free admission with retiring collection

   
Soundbites Lunchtime Concerts
Holy Trinity Church, Old Town, Stratford CV37 6BG
Wednesdays at 1pm. Refreshments served from 12.15pm
check programme details via htcform.co.uk or 07769 804963
(Friends of the Music at Holy Trinity Church)
May 1st              Pengye Song piano (Royal Birmingham Conservatoire)
  8th Cara Preston Myakicheff soprano (Royal Birmingham Conservatoire)
  15th Ella Cordon Vieito piano (Royal Birmingham Conservatoire)
  22nd                  Simone Damiani violin (Royal Birmingham Conservatoire)
  29th David Borsada bass (Royal Birmingham Conservatoire)
June 5th Mike Ashley Lute Ensemble
  12th Musicians from King Edward VI School, Stratford-upon-Avon
  19th Sarah Potjewijd piano (Royal Birmingham Conservatoire)
  26th Wind Trio (Royal Birmingham Conservatoire)
July 3rd Shantanu Patel piano (Royal Birmingham Conservatoire)
  10th Parmetto Trio
  17th Amelia Parkin piano (Holy Trinity Organ Scholar)
  24th Vedran Sohinger piano
  31st Maria Tsangaridou piano (Royal Birmingham Conservatoire)
August 7th tbc
  14th Harry Raybould piano (Royal Birmingham Conservatoire)
  21st tbc
  28th tbc
September 4th Jamie Salters clarinet (Royal Birmingham Conservatoire)
  11th Castalia Baroque Ensemble
  18th Flute Quartet
  25th Simone Damiani piano (Royal Birmingham Conservatoire)
    (Friends of the Music at Holy Trinity Church, Stratford)
 
Music at Holy Trinity

Holy Trinity Church, Beauchamp Ave. L/Spa CV32 5RG
Fridays at 1.15pm
Refreshments from 12.30 pm

All recitals are performances by Royal Birmingham Conservatoire students

May 11th
24th
Recital from RCB students
Recital from RCB students
June 7th
21st
Recital from RCB students
Recital from RCB students
July 5th
19th
Recital from RCB students
Recital from RCB students
August 2nd
16th
30th
Recital from RCB students
Recital from RCB students
Recital from RCB students
September 13th
27th
Recital from RCB students
Recital from RCB students
 
St John’s Music Recitals
St John the Baptist Church, Tachbrook St., L/Spa CV31 3BN
Fridays at 1.15 pm
May 3rd
Borealis Ensemble – Peter Moody flute, Jane Meredith oboe, Ruth Elkan cello,
Sheila Koch harpsichord – Baroque Trio Sonatas
  17th Adrian Moore harpsichord
  31st tbc
June 14th
Espressivo: Abbie Rhodes soprano, Penny Turnbull alto, Robert Forbes tenor, David Borsada bass
  28th tbc  
July 12th Mariko Terashi piano
  26th Adrian Moore piano
August 6th Kathryn Ellis soprano, David Borsada bass, Gillian Parsons piano
  20th tbc
 
Music at St Mary’s
St Mary’s Church, Warwick CV34 4RA
Fridays at 1.15 pm
April 19th Taya Ashley-Timms voice, Ema Jasper piano, Tom Lindsay piano
May 3rd
Captain Noah and his Floating Zoo
(performed by King’s High School Junior Chamber Choir)
  10th Michał Szostak organ (Warsaw, Poland)
  17th James Druce trumpet, Emily Ashby trombone, Colin Druce organ
  24th Emmanuel Bach violin
June 7th Simon Watterton piano
  14th Colin Millington organ (St Mary’s, Warwick) CANCELLED due to organ problems
  21st Pavlos Triantaris organ (St Alban and St Henry VI Traditional Church, Letchworth)
  28th Young Musicians from Warwick School
July 5th Mark Swinton organ (St Mary’s, Warwick)
  12th Lucy Morrell organ (Dulwich College)
    (Music at St Mary’s)