There is a tradition of good music at St Nicholas’ and a series of lunchtime recitals are held in the Church every Wednesday at 12:30pm lasting for 45 minutes. A minimum donation of £3.00 towards recital expenses is appreciated. The recitals provide a perfect break for you to have your lunch and relax before heading back to work. Please bring your own sandwiches. Tea and Coffee is available for a donation.

November

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      John Collins (organist)

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    Daniel Stroud - Mozart Violin Sonata No.21 in E Minor K. 304, Faure Violin Sonata No. 1, Op. 13 in A Major, and Fritz Kreisler - Londonderry Air

  • 20

    Paul Gregory (guitar) - music by Dowland, Tarrega, Sainz de la Maza and Howard Blake

  • 27

    Guangmei Chen (piano)

December

  • 4

      Cocktails:  The Cocktail Party are Cara, Jayne and Michael, a three part vocal group.  Join them for a musical trip of glittering satire, ravishing                      harmonies, fatuous puns and fabulous frocks.   Forget your cares and let the Cocktails take you to a place where everything is beautiful.

  • 11

    Frantisek Brikcius, Czech Cellist, plays Johann Sebastian Bach, Irena Kosikova, Fred Katz and James Simon.

  • 18

    St Nicholas' Mary Thomas (soprano) and Muriel Hart (piano): songs for the festive season.

  • 28

    No Recial - Christmas break.   Have a lovely Christmas from all of us at St Nicholas!

January

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      No recital (Christmas break).  Happy New Year from everyone at St Nicholas!

  • 8

      Man Lok (piano): “Entering my Fantasy World”

  • 15

    Marco Leung (flute).  When East meets West: enjoy a musical journey across time and culture, featuring solo flute works by Marais, Bozza, Uebayashi, Ferneyhough and more.

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    tbc

  • 29

    The Gin Jazz trio (Flute, Guitar and Bass) will be playing some original and some well known tunes in an easy listening style

February

  • 5

     Simon Watterton (piano): A recital of music by Beethoven and  Schumann, the two great composers for the piano, whose vision and virtuosity led to     some of the most beautiful music of the early   Romantic period.

  • 12

    Martin Smith - The Lyrical Euphonium

  • 19

    Sonorous and Sparkling, Belladonna (Sue Mileham, soprano, Jane Plessner, clarinet and Nicola Grunberg, piano) present a programme from Mozart to McCabe covering the contemplative to the carefree

  • 26

    Duo:  Anne-Sofie Jensen (mezzo soprano) and Guy Murgatroyd (pianist) perform songs by Britten, Horowitz, Schubert and Lange-Müller portraying different and dark fates of women, including Lady Macbeth (from Shakespeare’s Macbeth), Bess of Bedlam and Gretchen (from Goethe’s Faust).

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