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Claire Parkin violin Emma Chamberlain cello Andrew Blankfield piano Free - donations pleaseFind out more »
Our guest on Thursday 1st March is Jonathan Aitken, a former Member of Parliament, Cabinet Minister and Prisoner.
Topic "Prison Reform and the Rehabilitation of Offenders"
FRIDAY 2 MAR AT 13.05 (change of advertised programme) Laura Cioffi & Kasper Chan flutes Alice-Sophie Grafin cello Haydn: London Trio Telemann: Trio and solo works by J S Bach & CPE Bach (Unfortunately, the Bellot Ensemble cannot now perform on this date due to a family bereavement. Their next appearance at Music-at-Hill will be on 27 April, followed by 25 May and 29 June.) Friday Lunchtime Concert Series Coffee & biscuits available. (Listeners are welcome to bring their own…Find out more »
Emma Walker piano R. Schumann - Carnaval, Op. 9 Free - donations pleaseFind out more »
Thursday 8 March 2018 7pm The City Chamber Choir Sacré et Profane Masterpieces of French music by: Poulenc, Debussy, Milhaud, Ravel, Fauré, Saint-Saëns, Canteloube, Duruflé and Lili Boulanger Stephen Jones conductor ¦ Hélène Favre-Bulle piano Tickets £15.00 (£10.00 under 18s and full time students only) available at the doorFind out more »
Baltic Series - I Ieva Dubova & Joe Howson piano solo and duet Schumann: Kinderszenen, Op.15 Georgs Pelecis: Remembering Stories, V - Scenes from the Arabian Nights story of Ali Baba & the Four Thieves Friday Lunchtime Concert Series Coffee & biscuits available. (Listeners are welcome to bring their own lunch) Suggested donation: £5Find out more »
Friday 9th March 7.30pm Edward's Boys present The Woman in the Moon by John Lyly (c. 1590) "Herein hath Nature gone beyond herself." (Nature, Act I, Scene i) Nature, the pre-eminent deity, is female and she has created the universe and all things living. Four young shepherds, residents of Utopia, complain that they have no female companion so Nature agrees to create the perfect female figure, Pandora. The envious gods, represented by the seven planets, decide to take revenge upon…Find out more »
Saturday 10th March 2018 The Bloomsbury Chamber Orchestra Michael Turner, conductor Programme to include Mozart: Symphony No.41 Beethoven: Symphony No.1 The Bloomsbury Chamber Orchestra is a UK registered charity (Registered Charity No. 1102996) Tickets £12/£10 http://www.bloomsburychamberorchestra.org.uk/future.htmlFind out more »
Prokofief: Peter and the Wolf
Saint-saens: Carnival of the Animals