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Brighton Unitarian Church

Lunchtime Concerts
Brighton Unitarian Church

New Road, Brighton,

Fridays, 12.30 - 1.15 p.m.
All tickets £3.50
Raising money for the Building Appeal Fund.


October 2017

20: Violinist Sophia Bartlette. An afternoon of gypsy. Sophia will take you on a trip through Eastern Europe with piano and guitar discovering the story of gypsy and how it influenced classical composers such as Brahms, Bartok and Sarasate.

27: Caroline Collingridge (flute) and Maggie Grimsdell (piano). More wonderful gems by unjustly overlooked composers, written or transcribed for flute and piano.

November 2017

03: Pianist An-Ting Chang. ‘Carnival of the Animals’. The recital includes music inspired by animals.

10: The Philippe Guyard Saxophone Quartet. This newly-formed ensemble performs a mix of music chosen to highlight the wonderful sound of the saxophone quartet. The ensemble will play arrangements taken from the worlds of jazz, contemporary music, and J. S. Bach.

17: 'All about the birds .....' including songs and piano music by Britten, Head, Ravel and Chausson. Yvonne Patrick (soprano) and Joe Ward (piano).

24: Three's Company: trios, duets and solos by Mozart, Schumann, Quilter, Vaughan Williams and Hahn presented by Sue Mileham - Soprano, Timothy Wilcox - Tenor, Andrew Robinson - Baritone with Peter Williams - piano.

December 2017

01: Plaegan Piano Trio: Helen Sills (violin), Michael Nebe (cello) and Alan Brown (piano). Performing works by Dmitri Shostakovitch and Robert Schumann.

08: Pam Cragg and Maggie Grimsdell (one piano, four hands). A selection of brilliant music by Russian composers and others with a Russian theme including Brahms, Glinka, Glière, Moskowski and Rachmaninov.

15: The a capella vocal group A Bunch Of Daph's will perform a selection of Advent and Christmas music ranging from the mediaeval period to the present day.

22: Please join Nick Andrews and his friends for this year's high quality, surprisingly excellent, Christmas music.

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