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Brighton Unitarian Church
New Road, Brighton,
Fridays, 12.30 - 1.15 p.m.
All tickets £3.50
Raising money for the Building Appeal Fund.
24th: Pianist Michael Leach will be exploring German and Czech classical and romantic piano repertoire: Haydn, Brahms and Janacek.
3rd: Marion Peskett (flute) and Kathy Pitt (piano). Music by Debussy, Poulenc, Prokofiev and William Lloyd Webber.
10th: Pianist Orlando Shamlou with a programme of J S Bach: Partita No. 5 in G Major, BWV 829, and French Overture, BWV 831.
17th: Sue Mileham (soprano), Jane Plessner (clarinet) and Nicola Grunberg (piano). 18th to 21st century works by Mozart, Bellini/Nicolai, Sphor, Schubert & Malcolm Arnold.
24th: Stephen Raine returns with a programme of J S Bach and Chopin including Bach’s intense Partita in C minor BWV 826 and Chopin's virtuosic Ballade No. 1 in G Minor.
31st: AMALTHEA - Klio Blonz (flute) and Siobhan Swider (harp). A varied programme, from Vivaldi to Debussy with Thomas’s traditional Welsh melodies entwining, creating a beautiful atmosphere and a unique blend of sounds.
7th: ‘Can't We Be Friends?' romance seen through the songs of Cole Porter & Jerome Kern with Marion Adler (soprano), Andrew Robinson (baritone) accompanied by pianist Joe Ward.
14th: Lou Beckerman, jazz vocalist, and guest musicians return with ‘A Scattering of Jazz Jewels!’ A fresh interpretation of songs by the great jazz composers.
21st Brahms' glorious trio for clarinet, cello and piano is performed by members of the Brighton Chamber Ensemble: Zoe Davies, Siriol Hugh-Jones and Steve Carroll-Turner.
28th: Baroque Masterpieces. Nick Andrews is joined by Philippa Aspey, soprano, and Cat Stead, mezzo soprano, for a baroque concert featuring Pergolesi's extraordinary Stabat Mater.This page was last updated by Ted on 18-Feb-2017