Concerts for 2017-18 season

Wednesday  April 19th 2016, 8pmDavid Childs Euphonium
Christopher Williams Piano(BBC Young Musician finalist)David Childs, BBC Young  Musician  finalist, plays music by Karl  Jenkins, Hummel, Enaudi, and  others.See here for details
Sunday September 17th 2017, 3pm

“Exploration of Space”

BBC Radio 3 presenter and musician Sarah Walker presents historic vinyl  recordingsSee here for detailsPlease note: thsi will take place in St John’s Church, EghamEntry £5*Donations & proceeds to St John’s New Church Centre
Wednesday May 17th 2016, 8pmDinara Klinton Piano

Brilliant young Ukrainian pianist, semi-finalist of International Chopin  Competition 2015, plays music by Chopin,  Beethoven, and Mendtner.

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Visitors £11*

Sunday October 15th 2017, 3pm

Evva Mizerska Cello
Emma Abbate Piano

Evva Miserska, winner of the International Janacek competition, is accompanied by noted pianist Emma Abbate in performances of Janacek, Chopin, and Shostakovich

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Visitors £11*

Wednesday June 21st , 8pmAcacia Flute and Harp duo

Samantha Pearce Flute

Heather Wrighton Harp

Very talented duo perform music by Debussy, Faure, Scott and Piazzola

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Visitors £11*

Sunday November 19th2017, 3pmYoung Performers’ Platform

Presenting gifted young musicians with a future.

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Visitors £5

Performers and accompanied children free.

Wednesday July 5th 2016, 8pmAGM & Social

Admission Free

Sunday January 21st 2018, 3pm

Alexandra Rigazzi-Tarling mezzo-soprano

David Darby piano

We welcome back popular mezzo-soprano Alexandra Rigazzi-Tarling for a concert of songs and  opera arias, with David Derby on the piano.

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Visitors £11*

Sunday February 18th, 3pmJazz concert: ”Penelope Dreaming”

Tony Woods sax/keyboard

Nette Robinson vocals/keyboard

Martin Pyne percussio/electronics

Original songs and improvisations from well-known local jazz musicians

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Visitors £11*

Saturday March 18th 2018, 7.30pmEND OF SEASON CONCERT

Nicholas McCarthy piano

Nicholas McCarthy was born without a right hand, but went on  to become the only one-handed pianist to have graduated from the Royal College of Music, and is now a successful international concert pianist, performing to wide critical acclaim. In this concert, he will perform pieces written for or arranged for the left hand, including Bach/Brahms Chaconne, and Rachmaninov’s G minor prelude.

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Visitors £11* Members £6

Should an advertised artist be unable to fulfil the engagement, the club will endeavour to find an appropriate replacement.